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Quality Issues in Cool Climate Reds: Winemaking Challenges and Strategies

Monday, July 30, 2018 at 9:30am to 4:00pm

Cornell Lake Erie Research and Extension Lab, Portland NY, Conference Room 6592 West Main Road, Portland, NY

COVERING:

  • Ameliorating the impact of unripe or rotten fruit

  • Strategies for alcoholic and malolactic fermentation

  • Cap Management

  • SO2 Management

  • Extracting and adding tannins

  • Cold stability in red Labruscana cultivars

    PRESENTED BY:

Molly Kelly, Enology Extension Educator, PSU

Chris Gerling, Enology Extension Associate, Cornell University

Anna Katharine Mansfield, Associate Professor, Cornell University

Event Type

Seminar

Departments

CCE Lake Erie Regional Grape Program

Tags

foodsci, vien, foodsciext

Website

https://lergp.cce.cornell.edu/

Cost

$50

Contact E-Mail

kjr45@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Kate Robinson

Contact Phone

716-792-2800 x 201

Speaker

Molly Kelly, Chris Gerling, Anna Katharine Mansfield

Speaker Affiliation

Cornell, Penn State

Dept. Web Site

https://lergp.cce.cornell.edu/

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