Real-time Fermentation Analysis
Aug 2003 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
The most recent ASEV annual meeting, in Reno Nevada, included a symposium on warm climate winegrowing. As Robert Wample noted in his introductary presentation to the symposium, the issues relating to growing quality grapes, and producing quality wine, in warm climates remain a neglected area of research despite the economic importance to warm climate winegrowing to the global wine industry.According to Wample, "Warm climate grape growing constitutes a huge percentage of the total grape productio...
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