Neuroenology : how the brain creates the taste of wine (Book, 2017) []
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Neuroenology : how the brain creates the taste of wine

Neuroenology : how the brain creates the taste of wine

Author: Gordon M Shepherd
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon M Shepherd
ISBN: 9780231177009 0231177003
OCLC Number: 1088406618
Description: XI, 206 p. : il
Contents: Sip and saliva --
The tongue : moving the wine --
Respiration and wine aromas --
The pathway for retronasal airflow --
Swallow, aroma burst, and finish --
Sight : creating the color of wine --
Orthonasal smell : wine molecules meet smell receptors --
Orthonasal smell : creating a wine aroma image --
Orthonasal smell : from odor image to aroma perception --
Touch and the mouthfeel of wine --
Taste modalities and wine tasting --
Creating taste perception --
Retronasal smell : the hidden force in wine tasting --
Retronasal smell : what is so special? --
Retronasal smell : creating the multisensory wine flavor --
Wine tasting, gender, and aging --
Memory and wine tasting --
The language of wine tasting --
Pleasure : the final judge in wine tasting --
Practical applications of neuroenology to the pleasure of wine tasting.
Responsibility: Gordon M. Shepherd.


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