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Protection against spoilage microorganisms: alternatives to SO2

Video Extract from Fernando Zamora's presentation at Macrowine

Protection against spoilage microorganism is one of the main effects of SO2. How can we reduce its addition to a minimum or even totally avoid its use? Fernando Zamora talks about a few products such as Lysozyme, Chitosan and Fumaric acid.

This video extract was taken from the presentation held by Fernando Zamora "How can we reduce the use of Sulphur dioxide in winemaking without compromising its quality?" during Macrowine 2021.

You can find the full recording at this link

Published on 09/06/2023
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