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Good practices for bulk and bottled wine trading

Simon Nordestgaard, Australian Wine Research Institute

Good practices for bulk and bottled wine trading

Simon Nordestgaard's conference at Enoforum 2018 summarise the latest research on wine storage and transport from around the world and provide practical guidance for producers.

Topics discussed include the influence of temperature, oxygen and closures on wine composition, temperature dynamics that can occur during bulk and bottled wine transport and logistics options.

Brief CV: Simon Nordestgaard, Senior Engineer at the Australian Wine Research Institute, has performed research, extension and consulting on a diverse range of topics, including winery refrigeration, lees management, the history and evolution of winery equipment, tracking adoption of new technology and practices, and wine storage and transportation.

The conference shown in this video was presented at the 11th edition of Enoforum (May 31-June 1, 2018, Zaragoza, Spain). Seminar sponsored by AB Biotek.

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Published on 01/30/2019
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