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  • Vicente Ferreira , LAAE, Universidad de Zaragoza
    VIDEO SEMINAR ENOFORUM 2018: 70% of commercial wines contain, without it being evident, the aromas that will cause their aromatic degradation when free SO2 level decreases. Essentially there are tw...
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    Published on: 17/01/2019
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  • First results of Action 2 of the Soil4Wine LIFE + project
    One of the main objectives of the Soil4Wine LIFE + project is to develop a new decision support tool that can guide vinegrowers in soil management in the vineyard through four simple steps:
    Published on: 13/06/2019
  • ‘Keep alert and plan’ is the take home message for grapegrowers from a three-year study that found reduced rain during winter is associated with reduced grape yields. ‘We now know...
    Published on: 10/06/2019
  • The eleventh Italian edition of Enoforum ended on Thursday 23rd May, with 150 reports in three conference rooms during the three days of congress, results of the research and development activities...
    Published on: 04/06/2019
  • The ultimate symbol of modernity, the smartphone isn’t the first image that comes to mind when you think of an old-world vineyard, but thanks to WSU’s Manoj Karkee, it might soon be as ...
    Published on: 02/06/2019
  • Current international policies promote the transition from the use of oil for transport to other sources of energy, such as electricity and biofuels. Although biofuels currently cannot compete with...
    Published on: 02/06/2019
  • Session devoted to sustainable viticulture and soil management
    The eleventh Italian edition of Enoforum ended on Thursday 23rd May, with 150 reports in three conference rooms during the three days of congress, results of the research and development activities...
    Published on: 29/05/2019
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    Wine by-products management can be hard and expensive. In this context, our research group is participating to the ReMarcForFood project, sponsored by Cariplo Foundation, in order to develop innova...
    Published on: 15/05/2019
  • Demo farmers and Living Labs help to evaluate the decision-making tool to optimize soil management
    The Soil4Wine LIFE+ project implies the involvement of Demo farmers and Living labs for the development of a specific decision-making tool (DSS) to support the winemakers that will allow to identif...
    Published on: 10/05/2019
  • Wine connoisseurs can easily discriminate a dry red wine, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, from a fruitier red, like Pinot Noir. Scientists have long linked the "dryness" sensation in wine to tan
    Published on: 10/05/2019
  • A multi-pronged approach to researching ‘green’ flavours in red wines is paying dividends for researchers and wine producers. Innovative sensory approaches have led to new understanding...
    Published on: 09/05/2019
  • The WISHELI project at ENOFORUM: what are the market requests for a white wine? how to predict and improve the shelf life of the white wines?
    The WISHELI project is aiming to significatively improve the wine production quality by working on critical issues raised by producers and stakeholders on the shelf-life of young wines.
    Published on: 06/05/2019
  • The EURAKNOS project wants to reinforce the EU agricultural knowledge base by building a datasystem to enable farmers easier access to information
    Published on: 18/04/2019
  • What is the value of the environmental benefits generated by innovative practices?
    The Soil4Wine LIFE+ project aims to improve soil management in the wine sector and to define tools and methodologies aimed at supporting its functions.
    Published on: 12/04/2019
  • Session devoted to IoF2020 project
    Ensure that the final consumer receives a wine with the same organoleptical qualities as when it left the winery is very complex. Therefore, a test to assess the wine tolerance to exposure to high ...
    Published on: 11/04/2019
  • Session Enoforum devoted to Oxyless project
    Enoforum modules on Oxyless projects about oxygen management from grapes to bottle and on potentiality of cyclic voltammetry to assess wine evolution.
    Published on: 11/04/2019
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