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How to better face harvest challenges with Lalvigne® – New and approved for Australia and New Zealand and now available for trials
Oct 14, 2018

How to better face harvest challenges with Lalvigne® – New and approved for Australia and New Zealand and now available for trials

All winegrowers face the harvest challenge of achieving phenolic and oenological maturity at the same time. Application of LalVigne® has been shown…

Aug 27, 2018

A new article showing the impact of the wine bacteria VP41 on diacetyl production in wine

An article published by  a research team at the Poznan University of Life Sciences in Poland has demonstrated one more time that a…

Jun 12, 2018

Lallemand Oenology partners with the new Australian Research Council for Innovative Wine Production

The new ARC Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production in Australia at the University of Adelaide’s Waite campus along with partner organizations …

Jun 12, 2018

Lallemand’s second Wine Yeast Nutrition School in Bordeaux a great success

Lallemand’s second international Wine Yeast Nutrition School just finished in the beautiful city of Bordeaux, France. Well over sixty international guests and…

May 1, 2018

Flotation observations in wine – Australia vintage 2018

Each vintage presents different challenges for wineries and flotation is no exception. Vintage conditions and fruit ripeness/ maturity, change the colloidal composition…

May 1, 2018

Lallemand Oenology awards prizes to Masters of Wines students.

The Institute of Masters of Wine (IMW) and Lallemand are pleased to announce Master of Wine student Tufi Meyer as the winner…

Lallemand Oenology Australia wins Wine Industry Impact Award (winemaking)
Oct 19, 2017

Lallemand Oenology Australia wins Wine Industry Impact Award (winemaking)

Lallemand Oenology is honored to win the Wine Industry Impact Award (winemaking partnered by DW Fox Tucker Law) last October 19, 2017.  The…

First unique Australian wine bacteria selected for winemaking
Oct 17, 2017

First unique Australian wine bacteria selected for winemaking

Lallemand Oenology Australia is expanding its range of wine bacteria with a new Australian isolate, from research done at the AWRI. The…

Master class in Wine Fermentation and Microbiology
Oct 6, 2017

Master class in Wine Fermentation and Microbiology

Wine microbiology and fermentation is a rich and fascinating area crucial to wine quality and subject to many developments. In today’s world…

Lallemand Oenology Australia – finalist for the WISA Impact Award
Sep 21, 2017

Lallemand Oenology Australia – finalist for the WISA Impact Award

Lallemand Australia is delighted to announce that it has been chosen as a finalist for the Wine Industry Impact Award in the Winemaking…