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  • 1. WINES OF SPAIN & PORTUGAL DESINGED BY Sunil Kumar Research Scholar/ Food Production Faculty Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management, MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK Haryana- 124001 INDIA Ph. No. 09996000499 email: skihm86@yahoo.com , balhara86@gmail.com linkedin:- in.linkedin.com/in/ihmsunilkumar facebook: www.facebook.com/ihmsunilkumar webpage: chefsunilkumar.tripod.com
  • 2. A Map Showing Wine regions Of Spain & Portugal
  • 3. INTRODUCTION OF SPAIN CAPITAL: Madrid POPULATION: 40,341,462 CLIMATE: Temperate, Clear, hot summer in Interior, more moderate and cloudy along coast, cloudy cold winter in interior and cool along coast. LOCATION: South western Europe, bordering the bay of Biscay, Mediterranean sea, north Atlantic Ocean south west of France.
  • 4. HISTORY OF SPAIN INTRODUCTION: Second Best wine producing country. Production of wine in Spain has been started before 400 b.c. THE NADIR OF THE SPAINISH WINE INDUSTRY In the early 1970's Spanish wine industry was at its downfall. Same blended wine was labeled in different names. SPAIN WINES RENAISSANCE Started in middle of 1970's. MIGUALTORRES one of wines worlds greatest innovator invented new wines region.
  • 5. WINE REGIONS OF SPAIN RIOJA NAVARRA RIAS-BAIXAS RIBEIRO BALDEORRAS ELBIERZO TORO RUEDA
  • 6. WINE REGIONS OF SPAIN CIGALES RIBRA DEC DUERO CHACOLI DE GUETARIA CACATAYUD CAMPO DE BORJA CARINENA SOMONTANO TERRA ALTA
  • 7. WINE REGIONS OF SPAIN LOSTERS DEL SEGRE PRIORATO TARRAGONA LONCA DE BARBERA PENEDES ALELLA AMPURBAN COSTA BRAVA MENTRIDA
  • 8. WINE REGIONS OF SPAIN LA MANCHA VALDEPENAS UTIEL REQUENA VALENCIA JUMICCA ALMANSA YECLA BINISSALEN MONTAILLA MALAGA JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA CONDADO DE HUELVA
  • 9. SOIL ALBARIZA BARROS ARENAS
  • 10. GRAPE VARIETY RED Tempranilla,Granacha,Graciano,Mazuelo WHITE Malvasia,Viura,Parellado,palomino, Pedro–ximenez(P.X)
  • 11. VINTAGE HARVESTING TIME CLIMATE METHOD
  • 12. TABLE WINES  RIOJA  CATALONIA  VALDEPENAS
  • 13. HOW TO READ SPANISH WINE LABELS
  • 14. A Sample Wine label RIOJA 12.5%vol DENOMINACION DE ORIGEN 75 cl e 1985 ANARES EMBOTELLADO POR Bodegas Olarra ----------------------------------------------------------------------------ROSADO SECO
  • 15. SHERRY HARVESTING DRYING PRESSING FERMENTATION FLOWERING CLASSIFICATION RAYA DO RAYA OTHERS FORTIFICATION RAYAS TO 15 TO 15.5% CONTINUE TO BE AFFECTED PALMAS DO RAYAS TO 17% FLOR DISAPPEARS PALO CARTADO
  • 16. MATURATION SOLERA SYSTEM It is established since 1800. SOLERA comes from word "suelo" (ground) refer to the butts nearest to the ground. MAKING First tier laid down - SOLERA Second tier - CRIADERA Then the third criadera and so on. Always a year difference between each Criadera. When shipper has established his full line of criadera's he begun selling wines from Solera. One third of the wine is drawn off from the Original tier. The wine from the youngest or top row is replaced by 1/3rd by new wine.
  • 17. MATURATION
  • 18. MATURATION Sherry is always a blended wine. Sherry is sweeten wine made from raisin PEDRO XIMENEZ grapes. VINO De COLOR : blending small amount of colored wine. EVAPORATION : Increases strength of wine. CLARIFIED
  • 19. SHERRY TYPES FINOS OLOROSSO MANZANILLA: Very dry, very pale, light body. Fino: Very dry, very pale, medium body. AMONTILLADO: Dry pale to light gold full body, nutty. Olorosso: usually sweet deep golden, full body, nutty. Cream: sweet deep golden, full body, nutty. Brown: very sweet, dark brown, full body, nutty.
  • 20. HOW AND WHEN TO SERVE SHERRY TIME OF SERVICE SERVICE OF SHERRY MANZANILLA AND FINO SHERRIES AMONTILLADOS AND DRY OLOROSOS RICH OLOROSOS AND CREAM SHERRIES HOW TO SERVE SHERRY MANZANILLAS AND FINOS OTHER USES
  • 21. PORTUGAL OFFICIAL NAME: Republica Portuguesa CAPITAL: Lisbon GEOGRAPHICAL BOUNDARY: Portugal is bounded North & East by Spain and South & West by Atlantic Ocean. CLIMATE: Atlantic type to Mediterranean type.
  • 22. HISTORY OF WINES IN PORTUGAL Its reputation in wine production was founded on the success of Port and Madeira Preferential tariffs for Portugal wines were formalized in Methuen treaty of 1703.
  • 23. WINE REGIONS OF PORTUGAL Barrida Palmella Oeste Vinho verde Ribatejo Colares Duoro Arrabida Buceles Dao Altenjao Algarve Setubal moscatel Carcevelos Madeira
  • 24. Most Common Grape varieties of Portugal Louriero Louriero is a laurel-scented white grape Alvarinho Alvarinho is a distinctive white grape Bical Bical is a white grape Arinto Arinto is a white grape
  • 25. Most Common Grape varieties of Portugal Touriga Nacional Touriga Nacional is the variety for port and, increasingly, for fine dry reds. Its grapes are thick skinned and capable of making deep colored, long-lasting wines that are not high in alcohol. Baga Baga is the most common grape variety Castelao Frances Castelao Frances is a dark skinned grape variety planted all over southern Portugal. The principal grape varieties of Portugal are Rabigato, Moscatel Branco, Malvasia fina, Verdelho.
  • 26. TABLE WINES OF PORTUGAL Bucelas Colares Dao Vinho verde Other Table wines
  • 27. Madeira Island belongs to Portugal
  • 28. Min. Height : 0 m (Atlantic Ocean) Max. Height : 1861 m (Pico Ruivo) INTRODUCTION Madeira - Climate 22° 21° 18° 16° 16° 16° 22° 20° 19° 18° 16° 16° 95 85 80 95 80 70 45 30 20 _ Jan _ Feb _ Mar _ Apr 5 _ May 2 _ Jun 2 _ Jul _ Aug _ Sep _ Oct _ Nov _ Dec Temperatures °C (degrees Celsius) in Funchal Rainfall (mm) in Funchal (Average values for each month) Madeira - People Main language(s) : Portuguese Population : 261 000 people Density :335 people / Km2 Main cities : 44 000 people Funchal Machico 11 000 people Madeira - Economy Currency : Euro (EUR) = 100 Cents Rate of exchange (Sept.2004) : 1 Euro = 1.22 US$
  • 29. 1 - FUNCHAL 8 - Jardim do Mar 15 - Encumeada 22 - Santo da Serra 2 - Monte 9 - Prazeres 16 - Curral das Freiras 23 - Camacha 3 - Câmara de Lobos 10 - Paúl do Mar 17 - Pico do Arieiro 24 - Airport 4 - Cabo Girão 11 - Fajã da Ovelha 18 - Pico Ruivo 25 - Machico 5 - Ribeira Brava 12 - Ponta do Pargo 19 - Ribeiro Frio 26 - Caniçal 6 - Ponta do Sol 13 - Porto Moniz 20 - Santana 27 - São Lorenço 7 - Calheta 14 - São Vicente 21 - Porto da Cruz
  • 30. HISTORY OF MADEIRA CAPTAIN OF MADEIRA- "ZARCO"
  • 31. GEOGRAPHICAL CONDITION CLIMATE: Summers are hot. Winters are very warm. ASPECTS SOIL
  • 32. GRAPE VARIETIES PRIMARY Bual Malmsey Sercial Verdelho SECONDARY Bastardo Terrantez Tinta Negra Mole Moscatel
  • 33. MADEIRA THE SAILOR MADEIRA FOR BAKING LONG-LIVE MADEIRA
  • 34. VITICULTURE CASEIROS Purchasing of Grapes Harvesting Time PRESSING FERMENTATION ESTUFAS ESTUFAGEM MATURATION CONTROLLING BODY VINHO ESTUFADO RESTING VOYAGE OF MADEIRA
  • 35. MADEIRA TYPES SERCIAL ( SIR-SHEAL ) VERDELHO (VERDAY-LIO) BUAL (BOAL) MALMSEY RAINWATER TRUE RAIN WATER
  • 36. LABELING OF MADEIRA Old Reserve - Very old wine Reserve - Old or Vieux Selected - Choice / Finest VINTAGE DATE EXPORT
  • 37. PORT Created in the beginning of 18th century in DOURO VALLEY in Portugal. There are 48 grape varieties that are permitted in the production of PORT. Can be made from both Red as well as White grapes. Controlling body for Port is “Instituto do Vinho do Porto.
  • 38. PRODUCTION OF PORT HARVESTING (GENERALLY END OF SEPTEMBER) PRESSING FERMENTATION DURING FERMENTATION SUGAR LEVEL IS CONTINOUSLY MEASURED YOUNG WINE IS RUN OFF INTO PIPES WHICH CONTAIN BRANDY (RATIO -- 80 : 20) STORAGE THEN SHIPPED
  • 39. TYPES OF PORTS       VINTAGE PORT LATE BOTTLED PORT RUBY PORT TAWNY PORT CRUSTED PORT WHITE PORT
  • 40. SERVICE OF MADEIRA TIME OF SERVICE SERVICE OF MADEIRA TYPES SERCIAL AND VERDELHO BUAL MALMSEY MADEIRA IN KITCHEN
  • 41. Rahul Kumar Prashant Tomer Prashant Pradhan Rajesh Kumar Rahul Chauhan Rakesh Ranjan Rajesh Kr. Choudhary Ramandeep Attri Rajinder Singh Saini Rajesh Ranjan Mishra Ramandeep Singh Cheema
  • 42. The End… DESINGED BY Sunil Kumar Research Scholar/ Food Production Faculty Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management, MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK Haryana- 124001 INDIA Ph. No. 09996000499 email: skihm86@yahoo.com , balhara86@gmail.com linkedin:- in.linkedin.com/in/ihmsunilkumar facebook: www.facebook.com/ihmsunilkumar webpage: chefsunilkumar.tripod.com