HOSF 2062/CMD 2024 ASSIGNMENT: Wine Selection Work Plan (15%) DUE DATE: Week 5

Place your order now for a similar assignment and have exceptional work written by our team of experts, At affordable ratesFor This or a Similar Paper Click To Order NowHOSF 2062/CMD 2024 ASSIGNMENT: Wine Selection Work Plan (15%) DUE DATE: Week 5 VALUE: 15% ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW: For this first part of the Pairing Assignment, you will inform the instructor as to who is in your team, either one or two students, provide names and student IDs. It is your choices if you want to do this assignment on your own or with someone else. Keep in mind if you are working with another student they will be working with you for both parts of the pairing assignment. Student(s) will choose two grape varieties (see the list provided) and then select two specific wines to represent these two varieties, e.g. Sauvignon Blanc Villa Maria, Marlborough, New Zealand. You may choose one white, one red, or two whites. If you would like to work with a different variety, please confirm with your instructor before proceeding. You will research each grape variety, it’s affinities and potential food pairing. For the specific wines you have chosen you will include information about the winery’s location, climate, terrain, soil and viticulture. As well as wine making techniques. You can refer to learning and discussions from class. If in your research, you come across any interesting facts please include them to round out your knowledge of the grapes and the wineries. Length of research should be 1,200 – 1,500 words, excluding any images. You are required to cite all references used in your assignment and follow the academic integrity policies and procedures of George Brown College. Your submission should include the following and marks will be distributed as follows: 1. Cover page, team member name(s) and IDs (3 marks) 2. Two grape varieties (2 marks) 3. Two specific wines. Include an image of the bottles/labels of your two wines. (4 marks) 4. Viticulture (i.e. vineyard information for both wines). (16 marks) a) location b) climate c) terrain d) soil 5. Vinification (wine making techniques for both wines) (6 marks) 6. Describe the affinities/characteristics of both wines (8 marks) 7. Potential food pairing for the two wines, not necessarily your canapés. (4 marks) 8. Fun or interesting facts (2 marks) 9. References, spelling, grammar (5 marks) Total 50 marks.For This or a Similar Paper Click To Order NowRelated