Enartis to Host Total Wine Stability Seminar at Shrone Farm on May 31
Today’s wine market requires that wines be visually appealing to consumers, meaning that they be clear and free of sediment, with no off-colors, flavors or aromas. Wine stabilization is an important part of winemaking and includes microbial, protein, tartrate, aroma and color stability. For quality wine production, it is crucial to identify instabilities and understand appropriate treatment prior to bottling. This full day seminar will focus on oxidative, microbial and colloidal stabilities and the latest winemaking tools available to achieve total wine stability. Speakers include Dr. James Osborne from Oregon State University and Cheney Vidrine of Union Wine Co.
For more information, visit: http://www.enartis.com/us/focus-on/seminar/achieving-total-wine-stability_5702.htm