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Grape ripeness assessment and initial processing of grapes

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Harvesting and selection of grapes at the optimal maturity and according to the desired traits is what the wine industry keeps striving to achieve, as well as more sustainable practices along the winemaking process which include the use of pulsed light (PL) technology and Non-Saccharomyces yeasts as an alternative to sulphite addition. We offer an interesting article and a couple of exclusive videos to help you understand and manage these important topics

 

Grape ripeness

     Wine grape ripeness assessment using Hyperspectral imaging

 

 

 

Pulsed light

     Sterilizing with Pulsed Light

 

 

 

Bio-protection

     Bio-protection in oenology: a real alternative to sulphites?

 

 

 

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Published on 09/08/2021
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