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Feb 4, 2019

Join us at Unified! January 30-31 – Booth 805

Please stop by the Lallemand booth (1st floor, booth 805) at the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium in Sacramento, CA January 30-31!…

RESKUE: Specific inactivated yeast with highly adsorptive properties for treating stuck fermentations
Jan 9, 2019

RESKUE: Specific inactivated yeast with highly adsorptive properties for treating stuck fermentations

RESKUE: A new selected wine yeast cell-wall to adsorb fermentation inhibitors. Grape must composition may have inhibiting toxic compounds that affect yeast…

Happy Holidays from Lallemand!
Dec 20, 2018

Happy Holidays from Lallemand!

Lallemand Oenology North America would like to thank you for being a customer, and we wish you the very best this holiday season.…

Dec 17, 2018

New Protocol for Restarting Stuck Malolactic Fermentations

Lallemand Restarting Stuck Malolactic Fermentation New Protocol Our new protocol for restarting stuck or sluggish malolactic fermentations utilizes some of Lallemand’s most…

Dec 13, 2018

Sign up for our new North American Wine Chat Newsletter

Click this link to sign up for our new Wine Chat Newsletter (North American edition)! This newsletter will be published approximately once…

Dec 13, 2018

New Protocol for Restarting Stuck Alcoholic Fermentations

Lallemand Restarting Stuck Alcohol Fermentation New Protocol Our new protocol for restarting stuck or sluggish primary fermentations utilizes two of Lallemand’s newest…

Oct 10, 2018

OptiMUM Red: Fermenting positive effects on color, moutfeel and fruitiness

Development of a new, innovative, specific yeast autolysate to improve the quality of red wine: Article OptiMUM Red

Sep 13, 2018

New Wine Bacteria Under Investigation, Vol. 3

Click the link below to see our latest news and innovation on wine bacteria, “Wine Bacteria Under Investigation – Volume 3.”  …

Aug 2, 2018

Specific Inactivated Yeasts Under Investigation, July 2018

See our first edition of Specific Inactivated Yeasts Under Investigation here: SIY Under Investigation July 2018

Aug 2, 2018

VP41: Wine Bacteria for Malolactic Fermentation to Produce Young and Fresh Wines

Check out our latest video on VP41!