The Nation's Largest Wine Tasting Event Starts Wednesday at the L.A. County Fair Wines of the World Competition.
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The largest and most prestigious wine tasting Noun 1. wine tasting - a gathering of people to taste and compare different wines
assemblage, gathering - a group of persons together in one place
wine tasting n → degustación f de vinos event in the country kicks off next week as the 64th annual L.A. County Fair Wines of the World Competition gets underway. The three-day closed tasting begins Wednesday, May 14th and continues through Friday, May 16th. Members of the press are invited to a special one-hour lesson by Gina Gallo, winemaker for one of the world's largest wineries, who will teach attendees how the judges evaluate the more than 3,000 wines from all over the world -- and then challenge the attendees to use their new skills to match wits with the experts.
At this key competition for the $165/billion/year wine industry,(1) over 80 internationally acclaimed ac·claim
v. ac·claimed, ac·claim·ing, ac·claims
1. To praise enthusiastically and often publicly; applaud. See Synonyms at praise.
2. experts will gather at the Fairplex grounds to judge as many as a 100 wines a day each. Awards will be given in over 20 categories including Best in Show, Best Cabernet Sauvignon Cab·er·net Sauvignon
1. A variety of black grape used to make red wine, notably in Bordeaux and the Napa Valley.
2. A dry red wine made from this grape.
[French. , Best Chardonnay, Best Sparkling Wine and Outstanding Package Design. Winners will be displayed and available for sampling at the L.A. County Fair, scheduled for September 12-28, 2003.
Beginning in 2000, the Competition was expanded to include a tasting and judging of olive oils olive oil, pale yellow to greenish oil obtained from the pulp of olives by separating the liquids from solids. Olive oil was used in the ancient world for lighting, in the preparation of food, and as an anointing oil for both ritual and cosmetic purposes. from around the world, judged by a panel from the California Olive Oil Council. Reflecting the olive oil industry's explosive growth in the US alone, entries this year are up 150% over last year.
(1) Source: Euromonitor International, May 2003.