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  • 1. -Elric WANG
  • 2.  “wine”  The development of wine trade  Why &how the wine be perceived more than a food item (wine as a unique product)  wine trade’s future
  • 3. "wine" "the expressed juice of grapes, especially when fermented . . . a beverage . . . prepared from grapes by squeezing out their juice, and (usually) allowing it to ferment."
  • 4.  earliest known wine  an important role
  • 5. “Wine, madam, is God's next best gift to man.” — Ambrose Bierce The Devil's Dictionary
  • 6.  Revolution of wine trade
  • 7.  How to transport wine
  • 8.  Water  Road  air
  • 9.  Container  Barrels  wine cask
  • 10.  packaging  “box wines ”
  • 11.  Wine has been valued  tasting
  • 12. tasting  an ancient art  modern science
  • 13. modern science
  • 14. an ancient art
  • 15. Competition
  • 16. reference  HALLIDAY, J., (1996), an introduction of Australian wine (2nd ed.): Introduction, The taste of wine, Australian wine regions, wine and health. HarperCollins, New Zealand: publishers pty limited  M.A.Amerine&V.LSingleton (1976), Wine (2nd ed.): wine appreciation, evaluation, and service. California: University of California Press  Joanna Simon (1996), WINE with food: grapes and wines. Auckland, NZ: Michel Beazley  Catherine Anne Harriman (n.d), Nelson, Early Mediterranean wine trade. Nelson, New Zealand http://www.slideshare.net/Hardic3/early-mederterranean- wine-trade  James Halliday& Hugh Johnson (2006), the art and science of wine: National attitudes and regional characters. Britain, England: Mitchell Beazley