2018 ASVO Seminar Fermentation Converting research to reality

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Wild wine: metagenomic analysis of microbial communities during wine fermentation
Dr Anthony Borneman, The Australian Wine Research Institute
Wild fermentation in practice
Sam Wigan, Yalumba Family Winemakers
New MLB strains for different environments
Dr Eveline Bartowsky, Lallemand, Australia
Managing problematic MLF

Geoff Cowey, Australian Wine Research Institute

 

 

Yeast nitrogen consumption and preferences during pure and mixed fermentations

Dr Gemma Beltran, University Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona

Modern Winemaking or:
“How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Oxygen”

Dr Martin Day, Australian Wine Research Institute
Developing a Practical, Predictive Tool for Optimization of Red Wine Phenolic Profiles in a Winery Setting
Prof. David Block, University of California Davis
Chemistry of Fermentation: Water into Wine

Dr David Jeffery, The University of Adelaide

Characterisation and development of non-Saccharomyces yeast for tailored fermentation, Lachancia theremotolerans

Dr Ana Hranilovic, University of Bordeaux

Spoilt for choice; Towards a comprehensive understanding of yeast traits to facilitate strain selection
Dr Simon Schmidt, Australian Wine Research Institute
Anything but pure culture Saccharomyces

Prof. Vladimir Jiranek, ARC Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production and Department of Wine and Food Science, the University of Adelaide

Past, present and future of non-Saccharomyces yeasts

Dr Warren Albertin, University of Bordeaux