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Co-inoculation of selected wine bacteria

The advantages of co-inoculation are numerous, such as ensuring a faster more secure process and reducing time for the MLF. Co-inoculation is an…

News and Innovation on Wine Bacteria

Bact on Tack No.#1 All about the co-inoculation and malolactic fermentation for wine.  Please view the attachment for in-depth information on the…

The Use of Non-conventional Microorganisms in Winemaking

The proceedings from the XXIIIes Entretiens Scientifiques Lallemand, Monestier, France – ‘The use of Non-conventional Microorganisms in Winemaking’ ESL-2016-Canada-ENG

The Fermentation of Fructose in Winemaking

Glucose and fructose are the main fermentable sugars in wine must. During alcoholic fermentation, yeast convert most of the glucose and fructose…

CO-INOCULATION OF SELECTED WINE BACTERIA

This Winemaking Expert explores the ever increasing practice of co-inoculation. In France and Spain for example, close to 50% of MLF is…

More acidity, more balance with the new IONYS™ wine yeast

IONYS HRThe new wine yeast IONYS™ is the first wine yeast that has been selected within the Saccharomyces cerevisiæ species for its…

Wine bacteria to control volatile phenols from Brettanomyces

This issue of the Winemaking Update explores a natural way to control Brettanomyces yeast and the volatile phenols they produce, with selected…

A new concept of Lactobacillus plantarum in high pH wines

This edition of the Winemaking Update presents the latest findings on the use of Lactobacillus plantarum wine bacteria based on new concepts…

Wine bacteria to control volatile phenols from Brettanomyces

This issue of the Winemaking Update explores a natural way to control Brettanomyces yeast and the volatile phenols they produce, with selected…

A new concept of Lactobacillus plantarum wine bacteria in high pH wines

This edition of the Winemaking Update presents the latest findings on the use of Lactobacillus plantarum wine bacteria based on new concepts…