Wine Microbiology: Issues and Innovations
The first International Wine Microbiology Symposium hosts discussions on the benefits of research, regulating biogenic amines, and GMO education.
by Alison Crowe
Jul 2006 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Even the threat of a strong winter storm couldn't keep wine professionals out of the eastern Sierra Nevada as the first International Wine Microbiology Symposium convened in April at the Tenaya Lodge near Yosemite, California. The conference, put on by California State University, Fresno and a sizable group of sponsors, was unique in bringing together international suppliers, wine producers, and academic as well as private-sector researchers for two days of seminars and panel discussions a...
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