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Acetaldehyde and other molecules that combine with SO2: concentration, origin and degradation during the winemaking process.
This video seminar presents in a practical and very synthetic manner a panorama of 10 years of study on the components that bind with SO2. In the first part t...
The wild grapevine in Tuscany
The wild grape, Vitis vinifera L. subsp. sylvestris (Gmelin) Heigi, according to the most important opinions about the history of the viticulture, is the prog...
Prions can trigger ‘stuck’ wine fermentations, researchers find
A chronic problem in winemaking is “stuck fermentation,” when yeast that should be busily converting grape sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide prematurely s...
1st International Symposium on Grapevine Roots (Rauscedo, Italy)
This Symposium has as main goal to bring together for the first time the experience of scientists from different disciplines (vine physiology, mole...
The synergic interactions between mixed yeast strains in order to improve the aromatic quality and complexity.
During recent years in Australia there has been a notable increase in wine imports from New Zealand, in particular Sauvignon Blanc wines. In order to be...
Wines scientists find 'fingerpints' of region and quality
Malbecs from Argentina and California made by the same winemaker and using the same protocol had distinct molecular signatures and flavours. But the de...
New tool to assess the risk of trunk disease
FUNGAL trunk diseases can reduce yields and grape quality, threatening the viability of many vineyards but scientists from the National Wine and Grape I...
Research suggests fruit flies could be responsible for wine's pleasant aromas
Could fruit flies be responsible for the nice smell of most wines? This is a really interesting idea suggested by a
Special Report: Wine packaging
The future of wine packaging is rather positive, according to Euromonitor International research. By 2018, global retail demand is set to rise by a 2% C...
Precision viticulture: data, electronics and machinery for VRT (Variable Rate Technology) applications
Expert wine growers already know that different grapes coming from different locations within the same vineyard can produce wines of different flavors and...
Wine prices – do expert quality ratings matter?
Consumers who use expert wine reviews to inform their purchase decisions are more likely to choose better wine than those who rely only on price as an indicat...
Research helps identify wine industry’s alternative future
The CSIRO is preparing to release its final report and research findings from a five-year project that will help the Australian wine industry better meet the ...

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