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also oe·nol·o·gy  (ē-nŏl′ə-jē)
The study of wine and the making of wine.

[Greek oinos, wine + -logy.]

e′no·log′i·cal (ē′nə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
e·nol′o·gist n.
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Noun1.enologist - a specialist in wine makingenologist - a specialist in wine making    
specialiser, specialist, specializer - an expert who is devoted to one occupation or branch of learning
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Daniele Rosellini, the brilliant enologist in charge of the Chianti Classico 2000 project, now supervises the quality control lab that regulates many of Italy's top DOCG wines.
Since the enologist is unable to influence meteorological factors, optimal management of the alcoholic fermentation is crucial to preserve the aromas, avoiding organoleptic deviations that are difficult to "recover" in subsequent steps.
But that was time enough for Javier Villarroel, senior enologist and winemaker, to talk about Chile's Limari Valley, where he had been living since the winery started operations there in 2005.
Guillermo Arancibia, the enologist at Apu Winery, noted these unique conditions.
"She runs our lab now" and is the winery's enologist, an expert in the science of winemaking.
Founder Scott Burr, a third generation California farmer, winemaker and enologist, not only wants to grow and produce great coffee, but he also wants to educate consumers.
There's been a recent quality renaissance, Don says, as locals figure out what grows well where, and what varieties blend to positive effect, led by the pioneering Hugo D'Acosta, an enologist educated in France and with winemaking experience in Italy and the Napa Valley.
Extension enologist George Cooke is seen in the distance (in 1966) in the cellars of the enology building at UC Davis, where research and outreach has been instrumental in building the state's $18.5 billion wine industry.
After two weeks, the night shift ended, thankfully, and I helped out in the lab, doing routine analyses and record keeping for the winemakers and the chief enologist.
With the financial resources from reestablishing chateaux Camensac and Larose-Trintaudon, and a relationship writh Bordeaux's preeminent enologist Emile Peynaud, Forner built the first new winery in 50 years in Rioja.
The device, the invention of French chemist and enologist Lorenzo Zanon and French sommelier Thomas Franck, consists of a stainless steel paddle incorporating a small alloy disc measuring approximately six millimetres that can be used to determine the aging potential of wine and, yes, modify organoleptic qualities such as softening tannins and developing aromas and flavours.
The four staff of the council, working through the Purdue extension, include an enologist and assistant enologist (specialists in winemaking); a viticulturalist (a specialist in cultivating grape vines) and a marketing specialist.