‘The flower and composition of wine grapes is such a subtle thing,’ said Carole Meredith, a professor of viticulture and enology at the University of California at Davis.
Early on, Shari went back to school to study viticulture and enology at the University of California, Davis.
The Cistercians settled on marginal land and revolutionised the forestry, cereal, viticulture and wool industries of medieval Europe.
Only when he was 36 did he decide to study viticulture and oenology in more detail, in Paris.
The mosaics depict key moments in Greek mythological history - in the House of Dionysus, for example, the god of wine is shown giving the secret of viticulture to Ikarios, the King of Athens.
The forum featured about 30 German companies operating mainly in the production of equipment for viticulture and wine making, in electronics, metallurgy and tourism.
It first gained prominence here after the Gold Rush, as legions of men who didn't get rich turned to agriculture and viticulture .
The wide distribution of viticulture , the extensive trade in wines, their distinctive flavours, and the influence of French kitchen practice have all contributed to this.
At this time, problems in viticulture in Europe had damaged wine production, and the chief spirit of the time, brandy was in short supply.
The idea of biodynamic viticulture is not a new one, but there is a whole new generation of winemakers embracing the philosophy.