ASVO Fermentation Seminar
'Converting Research to Reality' - September 27th, 2018
The focus for this year's seminar will be on fermentation technology, management, and microbial diversity and will also include an industry wide discussion on the merits of inoculated vs uninoculated fermentations.
Attendees will have the opportunity to gain an insight from international and local experts who will explore topics including microbial ecology in wild ferments, the use of non-Saccharomyces yeast, microbial contribution to regional wines, using oxygen to enhance fermentation performance, controlling colour and tannin extraction, and managing problematic fermentations.
Key speakers include:
Dr Gemma Beltran, University of Tarragona
Dr David Block, University of California Davis
Dr Warren Albertin, University of Bordeaux
Dr Ana Hranilovic, University of Bordeaux
WA winemakers can join the seminar at the Margaret River Education Campus, Centre for Wine Excellence, 272 Bussell Highway. Viewers can ask questions, comment and discuss, during the interactive question time. Catering and handouts will be provided.