How has history colored the wine culture in that region/country today

The individual project will be presented in PowerPoint format; projects shall analyze, compare, contrast and discuss the impacts of history, culture, environment and local foods on the wines that are produced in their selected region or sub-region within a country outside of the United States.  This region will then be compared to one wine-producing region within the United States (not to include Florida).  For this assignment, you will need to choose an international region or sub-region that produces wine and compare it to a U.S. region that produces wine.  No Florida wine region may be chosen.

You should polish your checkpoints and take into consideration any grading feedback received in one cohesive PowerPoint with at least 37 slides. Your final PowerPoint must have at least 36 slides (broken down below) PLUS an APA reference slide (at least 6 sources).  The project must be submitted through Turnitin

Checkpoint #1

  1. Title slide: To include your name, the region you have chosen outside the United States and the U.S. region you are comparing it to. (1 slide)
  2. Introduction to culture: Select one wine-producing region within a county (NOT THE UNITED STATES) and explore their styles of wine/s.  List wine-producing region and the wine labeling laws of the region/country.  Do the same for the region you have chosen within the United States. (at least 4 slides)
  3. Geography: Create a map showing the geographical location of your selected country and the wine-producing region within.  Also include a map of the wine-producing region you have chosen within the United States.  Students should use Google Maps or a similar tool to chart their geographical locations. (at least 2 slides)
  4. Environment: Describe the physical environments in your original wine-producing region, and indicate how the environment has impacted the growth of wine and its production and consumption.  What about the country’s weather or growing practices has affected the way people in this region drink wine?  Is everyone in the community happy about wine?  Do they all agree on how wine should be made, sold, tasted, drunk, exported, and who should benefit?  Do the same for the region you have chosen within the United States. (at least 6 slides)

Checkpoint #2

  1. History & Politics: What are the major historical factors that have impacted wine production in the two regions you have selected? How has history colored the wine culture in that region/country today? Identify major political events that have impacted the production or consumption of wine in the regions. (at least 6 slides)
  2. Culture: What is the dominant culture surrounding wine in the regions have selected?  What are the cultural/social characteristics that define wine consumption and culture in the country you have selected?  For example, when and where is wine consumed?  Who drinks wine in the country and what are the popular styles?  Identify any festivals, religious events, fairs, or events dealing with wine in the regions. (at least 4 slides)
  3. Local food: What are the traditional and trendy local foods that are paired with wine in your country outside the United States? How does the local food in the country you’re examining affect wine? (at least 2 slides)
  4. Economic Impact: Identify if the economic impact of the production or consumption of wine in the regions (both) you have chosen.  Do the selected regions export wine?  How popular is wine in the region compared to other beverages such as distilled spirits, beer, coffee and tea?  Are there many wine producers or is it dominated by a few? (at least 2 slides)

Checkpoint #3

Final analysis: After examining each component separately, what can you deduce about the effects geography, environment, history, culture and local food have had upon wine culture in the country you have selected?  What do these characteristics say about the culture as a whole?  Finally compare this region to your selected region in the US (at least 9 slides, including conclusion)

Specifically answer the following:

  1. Compare and contrast the climate of each region.
  2. How would you describe wine culture in each country/region?
  3. Compare and contrast the US wine processing to that of the original region.
  4. Include at least one slide that references one aspect of popular culture such as movies and or music that features the wine in each country (both).
  5. Compare and contrast the religious history and current religious climate of the two regions as they relate to wine production or consumption.
  6. What are the similarities between the cultures within the two countries you’re examining?What are the differences?
  7. Conclusion: reflect upon how your world has been affected by analyzing the perspectives, needs, desires, and interests of other citizens of the world. (1 slide)

Checkpoint 1 (3 points) 

Project PowerPoint Slide

Grading Rubric

a. Title slide:

Create a title slide, which includes your name, the region you have selected outside the United States and the U.S. region you are comparing it to. (1 slide)

0 points = slide clearly identifies name, wine region outside of the United States, and a wine region within the United States.

-0.5 points = slide omitted one or more of the required content (i.e. name, region outside U.S., region inside U.S.)

b. Introduction to the Regions:

Using the regions identified in the title slide examine each region’s wine styles, list the major white and red varietals grown in the region, and explain the wine labeling laws of the region.  Please note that labeling laws may be set at the regional or national level. (at least 4 slides)

.5 point = slides list major white and red varietals for each selected region. A slide clearly states wine labeling laws of each region.

0 points = slides omitted one or more of the required content or does not clearly list varietals or state wine labeling laws.

c. Geography:

Create a map showing the geographical locations of your selected country’s wine region and your selected U.S. wine region.  Google Maps or a similar tool to chart their geographical locations. (at least 2 slides)

.5 point = slides have at least 2 pictures with maps highlighting the selected wine regions.

0 points = slides missing maps of wine regions.

d. Environment:

Describe the physical environments in the selected wine regions, and indicate how the environment has impacted the growth of wine and its production and consumption.  What about the regions’ weather or growing practices has affected the way people in this region drink wine?  Are there environmental concerns over the production of wine? Are there local concerns on how wine should be made, sold, tasted, drunk, exported, and who should benefit? (at least 6 slides)

2 points = there are at least 6 slides which address each of the environment questions.

0 points = there are less than 6 slides or all the environmental questions are not addressed.

Checkpoint 2 (3 points) Due: Sunday, October 14, 2018 by 11:59 PM

Project PowerPoint Slide

Grading Rubric

e. History & Politics:

What are the major historical factors that have impacted wine production in the regions you have selected?  How has history colored the wine culture in those regions today?  Identify major political events that have impacted the production or consumption of wine in the regions. (at least 6 slides)

1 point = there are at least 6 slides; at least 3 major historical or political events that impacted wine production or consumption from each region are identified.

.0 points = there are less than 6 slides; less than 3 major historical or political events identified.

f. Culture:

What is the dominant culture surrounding wine in the regions have selected?  What are the cultural/social characteristics that define wine consumption and culture in the country you have selected?  For example, when and where is wine consumed?  Who drinks wine in the country and what are the popular styles?  Identify any festivals, religious events, fairs, or events dealing with wine in the regions. (at least 4 slides)

1 point = there are at least 4 slides; cultural/social characteristics are defined for each region; description of wine consumers; and at least 2 festivals, fairs, or religious events influenced by wine discussed.

.0 points = there are less than 4 slides; less than 2 events influenced by wine identified; no consumption populations or patterns identified

g. Local Food:

What are the traditional and trendy local foods that are paired with wine in your region? How does the local food in the region affect wine culture? (at least 2 slides)

.5 points = there are at least 2 slides; at least 2 local foods or dishes paired with wine from each region;

.0 points = there are less than 2 slides; less than 2 local foods or dishes paired with wine from each region.

h. Economic Impact:

Identify the economic impact of the production or consumption of wine in the region. Do the selected regions export wine? How popular is wine in the region compared to other alcohol beverages such as beer and distilled spirits? Are there many wine producers or is it dominated by a few? (at least 2 slides)

.5 points = there are at least 2 slides; description of the economic impact of wine in each region; described wine production in each region.

.0 points = there are less than 2 slides; no description of the economic impact or production of wine in each region.

Checkpoint 3 (4 points) – (at least 9 slides)

Project PowerPoint Slide

Grading Rubric

Comparative Analysis:

Describe the similarities and differences in wine culture in each region you selected.

i. Compare and contrast the climate of each region.

j. How would you describe wine culture in each country/region?

k. Compare and contrast the US wine processing to that of the original region.

l. Include at least one slide that references one aspect of popular culture such as movies and or music that features a wine in eachcountry (both).

m. Compare and contrast the religious history and current religious climate of the two regions as they relate to wine/s production or consumption.

n. What are the similarities between the cultures within the two countries you’re examining?

o. What are the differences?

p. Conclusion: reflect upon how your world has been affected by analyzing the perspectives, needs, desires, and interests of other citizens of the world. (1 slide)

Minimum of 9 slides required for Section i-p

4 points = insightful comparative analysis of the wine cultures, economic impact, and production for the regions that thoroughly addresses each question. Convincing and well –formulated discussion. At least 9 or more slides.

3 points = satisfactory comparative analysis of the wine cultures, economic impact, and production for the selected regions. Lacks a critical look at the similarities and differences, but addresses each question. At least 9 or more slides.

1 points = poor comparative analysis of the wine cultures, economic impact, and production for the selected regions. Superficial discussion of the similarities and differences of the regions. Missing responses to several of the questions. Less than 9 slides.

0 points = no or simplistic comparative analysis of the wine cultures, economic impact, and production for the regions. Lacks in-depth look at the similarities and differences between the regions and fails to address many of the questions. Less than 9 slides.

Final Project (20 points)

(15 content points + 5 presentation points = 20 points)

Presentation Rubric:

5 points – Convincing and well formulated, logical, grammatically correct, and uses well-proportioned paragraph structure and detailed bullets. No spelling errors. All external sources properly cited either inline or on a citations slide. Extensive use of multimedia elements within the project such as pictures, videos, and/or charts (i.e. 10+ elements).

4 points –Clearly stated topics and content that uses few paragraphs and a majority of bullets. Occasional grammatical and/or spelling error. All external sources properly cited either inline or on a citations slide. Moderate use of multimedia elements within the project such as pictures, videos, and/or charts (i.e. 6 to 9 elements).

3 points– Limited development of topics and content that primarily uses bullets. Frequent grammatical and/or spelling errors. All external sources properly cited either inline or on a citations slide. Some use of multimedia elements within the project such as pictures, videos, and/or charts (i.e. 3 to 5 elements).

2 point – Minimal development of topics and content. Consistent grammatical and/or spelling errors. Some external sources cited. Sparse use of multimedia elements (i.e. less than 2).

0 points–Completely failed to cite external sources for the project or no use of multimedia elements.

Content Rubric: Final Project Submission

Project PowerPoint Slide

Grading Rubric

a. Title slide:

Create a title slide that includes your name, the region you have selected outside the United States and the U.S. region you are comparing it to. (1 slide)

0 points = slide clearly identifies name, wine region outside of the United States, and a wine region within the United States.

-0.5 points = slide omitted one or more of the required content (i.e. name, region outside U.S., region inside U.S.)

b. Introduction to the Regions:

Using the regions identified in the title slide examine each regions styles in wine, list the major white and red varietals grown in the region, and explain the wine labeling laws of the region. Please note that labeling laws may be set at the regional or national level.

(at least 4 slides)

1 point = slides list major white and red varietals for each selected region. A slide clearly states wine labeling laws of each region.

0 points = slides omitted one or more of the required content or does not clearly list varietals or state wine labeling laws.

c. Geography:

Create a map showing the geographical locations of your selected country’s wine region and your selected U.S. wine region.  Google Maps or a similar tool to chart their geographical locations. (at least 2 slides)

1 point = slides have at least 2 pictures with maps highlighting the selected wine regions.

0 points = slides missing maps of wine regions.

d. Environment:

Describe the physical environments in the selected wine regions, and indicate how the environment has impacted the growth of wine and its production and consumption.  What about the regions’ weather or growing practices has affected the way people in this region drink wine?  Are there environmental concerns over the production of wine? Are there local concerns on how wine should be made, sold, tasted, drunk, exported, and who should benefit? (at least 6 slides)

2 points = there are at least 6 slides which address each of the environment questions.

0 points = there are less than 6 slides; all the environmental questions are not addressed.

e. History & Politics:

What are the major historical factors that have impacted wine production in the regions you have selected?  How has history colored the wine culture in those regions today? Identify major political events that have impacted the production or consumption of wine in the regions.  (at least 6 slides)

2 points = there are at least 6 slides; at least 3 major historical or political events that impacted wine production or consumption from each region are identified.

0 points = there are less than 6 slides; less than 3 major historical or political events identified.

f. Culture:

What is the dominant culture surrounding wine in the regions have selected?  What are the cultural/social characteristics that define wine consumption and culture in the country you have selected?  For example, when and where is wine consumed? Who drinks wine in the country and what are the popular styles? Identify any festivals, religious events, fairs, or events dealing with or influenced by wine in the regions. (at least 4 slides)

1 point = there are at least 4 slides; cultural/social characteristics are defined for each region; description of wine consumers; and at least 2 festivals, fairs, or religious events influenced by wine discussed.

0 points = there are less than 4 slides; less than 2 events influenced by wine identified; no consumption populations or patterns identified

g. Local Food:

What are the traditional and trendy local foods that are paired with wine in your region? How does the local food in the region affect wine culture? (at least 2 slides)

1 point = there are at least 2 slides; at least 2 local foods or dishes paired with wine from each region;

0 points = there are less than 2 slides; less than 2 local foods or dishes paired with wine from each region.

h. Economic Impact:

Identify the economic impact of the production or consumption of wine in the region. Do the selected regions export wine? How popular is wine in the region compared to other alcohol beverages such as beer and distilled spirits? Are there many wine producers or is it dominated by a few? (at least 2 slides)

1 points = there are at least 2 slides; description of the economic impact of wine in each region; described wine production in each region.

0 points = there are less than 2 slides; no description of the economic impact or production of wine in each region.

Comparative Analysis (at least 9 slides):

Describe the similarities and differences in wine culture in each region you selected.

i. Compare and contrast the climate of each region.

j. How would you describe wine culture in each country/region?

k. Compare and contrast the US wine processing to that of the original region.

l. Include at least one slide that references one aspect of popular culture such as movies and or music that features a wine in each country (both).

m. Compare and contrast the religious history and current religious climate of the two regions as they relate to wine/s production or consumption.

n. What are the similarities between the cultures within the two countries you’re examining?

o. What are the differences?

p. Conclusion: reflect upon how your world has been affected by analyzing the perspectives, needs, desires, and interests of other citizens of the world. (1 slide)

Minimum of 9 slides required for Section i-p

6 points = insightful comparative analysis of the wine cultures, economic impact, and production for the regions that thoroughly addresses each question. Convincing and well –formulated discussion. At least 9 or more slides.

4 points = satisfactory comparative analysis of the wine cultures, economic impact, and production for the selected regions. Lacks a critical look at the similarities and differences, but addresses each question. At least 9 or more slides.

1 point = poor comparative analysis of the wine cultures, economic impact, and production for the selected regions. Superficial discussion of the similarities and differences of the regions. Missing responses to several of the questions. Less than 9 slides.

0 points = no or simplistic comparative analysis of the wine cultures, economic impact, and production for the regions. Lacks in-depth look at the similarities and differences between the regions and fails to address many of the questions. Less than 9 slides.

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