Recent Advances in Viticulture & Enology
2007 RAVE focused on phenolics--what does that mean for viticulture?
May 2007 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
The annual Recent Advances in Viticulture and Enology (RAVE) was held on March 22, 2007 at the University of California at Davis. As has been the practice in recent years, the topic focus was narrowed down to a specific aspect of winegrowing and winemaking, in this case phenolics. What could be more important to the wine industry than phenolics? They are responsible for many important attributes in wine, including color, structure, bitterness, astringency and longevity. Most importantly, all of ...
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