New Insights into Preventing Brettanomyces Spoilage
Brettanomyces is perhaps the most important spoilage yeast encountered during winemaking and can often cause wines to develop barnyard and Band Aid® aromas. It is a resourceful yeast that can survive in wine where others fail, making it difficult to control in red wines during the barrel aging process. What steps can winemakers take to prevent the growth of this yeast in their wine and reduce the risk of spoilage? Join us as the latest research findings on Brettanomyces spoilage are discussed as well as practical steps you can apply in your winery to help prevent wine spoilage.
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