Definition of enological in US English:

enological

(also oenological)

adjective

  • See enology

    • ‘It is a cultural opportunity to approach the world of quality food, oenological rarities, cooks from every part of the globe.’
    • ‘McCoy excels when she describes the growing number of oenological consultants who have sprung up.’
    • ‘The flor velum is composed of the flor yeast and creates an aerobic environment that is conducive to the unique enological properties of these yeasts.’
    • ‘The oenological and viticultural faculties of the universities of Bordeaux and Montpellier have long enjoyed international prestige.’
    • ‘These impacts on vine development and berry composition enhance enological quality potential, especially for red wine production.’

Pronunciation

enological

/inəˈlɑdʒək(ə)l//ēnəˈläjək(ə)l/