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ESL 2020 : Biological tools in winemaking adapting to a changing environment

The proceedings from the 2019 Entretiens Scientifiques Lallemand held in Weisbaden Germany are now available. the 2019 international meeting focused on different strategies to overcome some of the issues related to climate change. From the vineyards with Lalvigne foliar sprays to managing acidity with non-Saccharomyces yeast, to nutrition and oxidation management. Special guests from the Geisenheim Institute , Prof Manfred Grossman and Prof J. Wendland presented the latest work from the Institute. The Entretiens had the privilege of hosting Prof Monika Christmann from Geisenheim University and the OIV 1st Vice-President as the key note speaker. ESL 2019 eversion

Optimum Red – a new winemaking tool Under Investigation

Optimum Red is a new yeast autolysate to impact color, mouthfeel and texture in red wine. The new Under Investigation summarizes the latest reseach on this topic. UI SIY #1 ENG

The new Oenomag – learn more about Optimum Red and Gaia wine yeast for bioprotection

The new Oenomag presents technical information on the yeast autolysate Optimum Red and the new innovation wine yeast, Gaia, used as bioprotection during cold maceration of wine. Oenomag 2018 #1 ENG SL    

SIY for red wines

A consise explanation of the production process and the sensory contribution of Lallemand Specific Inactivated Yeast products for red wine.

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GLUTATHIONE AND ITS APPLICATION IN WINEMAKING

This edition of 'The Wine Expert' discusses how Glutathione -rich 'specific inactivated yeast' are natural winemaking tools.   OptiMUM White is a specific inactivated yeast rich in glutathione that was developed from a new optimized production process that enhances the reduced glutathione availability. OptiMUM White contains the highest level of true active and efficient form (reduced form) of GSH on the market. This product will have positive impact on color, wine thiols, wine esters and terpenes ; as well as an impact on the preservation of these aromatic compounds during aging.

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