Expertise documents

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ESL 2019 : 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

Micobiological strategies to optimize wine regionality and personality

Proceedings of the XXVIIIth Entretiens Scientifiques Lallemand held in Blenheim, New Zealand focused on Sauvignon blanc and Pinot noir wine production.  Topics presented included aroma profiles of Sauvignon blanc, yeast to help shape Sauvignon blanc styles and the challenges of Pinot noir wine.  Master of Wine student, Ms Sarah Benson (Manchester, UK) presented her study ‘Creating Marlborough Sauvignon blanc in different styles, and assessing UK consumer and journalist preferences for these wines’. ESL_Proceedings_2018

Technical overview on cider production

Proceedings of the XXVIIth Entretiens Scientifiques Lallemand held in Tallinn, Estonia focused on cider production.  Topics presented included overviews of cider production in different countries illustrating the wide range of styles produced worldwide. Cahier ESL 2017 complet

Sensory of hot-climate red varietals and Rosé wine fermentation management

Proceedings of the XXIInd Entretiens Scientifiques Lallemand held in Dubrovnik, Croatia focused on cool-climate varietals and to understand how wine fermentation impacts their sensory properties.  Topics presented included Margaret River cool-climate Chardonnay, yeast and its role terroir expression in Germany and France, and how MLF impacts cool-climate varietals.  Rosé winemaking covered topics including yeast and bacteria, nutrition strategies, managing colour and sensory profiles. Cahier Dubrovnik 2011Complet spb

Sensory of cool-climate varietals

Proceedings of the XXIst Entretiens Scientifiques Lallemand held in Geisenheim Institute in Germany focused on cool-climate varietals and to understand how wine fermentation impacts their sensory properties.  The meeting also celebrates the 115th anniversary of the Geisenheim Research Centre with a presentation by Prof Manfred Grossmann. Topics presented included Margaret River cool-climate Chardonnay, yeast and its role terroir expression in Germany and France, and how MLF impacts cool-climate varietals. CahierGeisenheimComplet