Articles tagged with the word "yeast":

Saccharomyces interspecific hybrids: a new tool for sparkling winemaking

Published on June 20, 2016

Research presented at the ninth international cool climate wine symposium in May 2016 by Jenny Bellon of the AWRI’s yeast breeding programme showed the results of working with new interspecific hybrids of Saccharomyces yeast. The aim of the research was to identify new wine yeasts which ferment efficiently and which offer different flavours and aromas.

Lees is more

Published on February 20, 2012

Michael Glover, the winemaker at Bannockburn in Victoria’s Geelong, hasn’t thrown away chardonnay lees for five years. “It’s like a yeast mother” he said.


Published on September 3, 2010

Wild yeasts and cultured yeasts, the pros and cons

Role of carbon dioxide in still wines

Published on May 30, 2009

A highish level of carbon dioxide in still wines adds a little tingle on the tongue, but what else does carbon dioxide do to wine?

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