Wine Microbiology Workshop
Event Type: Seminars and Classes
Description: Explore the microscopic world at work when grapes become wine. During this intensive two-day class, members of the wine industry will receive microscope training and practical exercises for identifying wine microorganisms. Lecture topics include yeast and malolactic bacteria strains, starter cultures, fermentations and winery sanitation. In the lab, explore the use of sterile techniques, plating of cultures, isolation of microorganisms, use of counting chambers and biofilm assays. You will spend a considerable amount of time on the microscope. Enrollment is limited due to restrictions on lab space. Early enrollment is encouraged.
Enroll in section 142VIT201.
• Event Organizer:
UC Davis Extension
Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine & Food, 1127 North
Old Davis Rd Davis, CA 95616
• Website: extension.ucdavis.edu/winemaking
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