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Enartis News – Yeast nutrition: what, how and when

Proper yeast nutrition management encompasses the essential nutritional factors needed at a given growth stage and the timing at which they should be provided. Nutrient management strategies must also be adapted to fermentation conditions and stress factors, as various winemaking practices may have a significant impact on nutrient content and availability. Only by providing yeast with the appropriate nutrient dosage, at the proper time in the yeast life cycle, is it possible to produce clean, quality wines with minimal negative fermentation offaromas (H2 S etc.)

 

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Enartis News – Time to choose your oak program

Have you started to think about the oak program you want to use? This is the right period to run trials and chose: barrels or oak alternatives? What kind of oak alternatives?

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Enartis News – The relevance of fining

Fining remains the only and the most effective solution to reach wine stability and sensory balance in the most difficult circumstances. Choosing the right fining agent and using the correct dosage so as not to lose quality is crucial.

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Enartis News – Canned wine: how to avoid reduction with canned packaging

Metals have gained attention in recent years for their impact on wine quality. In particular, metals such as copper and iron have become the subject of numerous studies because of their impact on wine oxidation.

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Enartis News – Metals and Wine Oxidation

Since oxidation is a major concern for wine quality and shelf life, it is important to understand how metals impact the process of oxidation.

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Enartis News – Reduction: how to prevent it and how to treat it

Reduction is one of the most common problems in winemaking. For this reason, it is important to know how to prevent or treat this defect.

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Enartis News – Extend wine shelf life

One of the main questions for the winemaker at the end of fermentation is: how can I preserve wine to stay fresh, young, and attractive until it is bottled?

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Enartis News – Good reasons for using activated chitosan after harvest

Now that harvest is over, it is time to protect your wine from the risk of spoilage caused by unwanted microorganisms.

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Enartis News – Taking the risk out of malolactic fermentation

Malolactic fermentation (MLF) is the transformation of malic acid into lactic acid by lactic bacteria, particularly Oenococcus oeni.

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Enartis News – Replacing SO2 during fermentation

Market demand for low SO2 or SO2-free wine is increasing as winemakers attempt to produce wines suitable for consumers suffering from food intolerances.

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Enartis News – Smoke taint in grapes and wine

Over the past 15 years, bushfires have become increasingly more common in the dry summer months for wine growing regions all over the world.

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Enartis News – What’s your (wine) style?

What is the aromatic style that are you looking for?

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Enartis News – Reasons to use activated chitosan during harvest

Activated chitosan can perform various activities that make its application during harvest particularly beneficial for wine quality.

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Enartis News – Wine tartrate stability

The presence of tartrate crystals in a bottle is commonly perceived as a fault by consumers.

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Enartis News – Red Wines: how to prevent post-bottling defects

This second document on post-bottling defects is dedicated to red wines. We focused on color and tannin precipitation.

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Enartis News – How to prevent post-bottling defects

Post-bottling wine defects: what to check and how to prevent. Part 1: white and rosé wines
The following are the most common problems that may appear in bottled white or rosé wines and how to prevent them.

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Enartis News – Enartis oak alternatives: contribution, advantages and selection

For centuries, winemakers have utilized oak barrels for making wine. Today, oak barrels are still considered the optimal treatment for high quality wines, however using them imposes some major challenges for winemakers.

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Enartis News – Faq on wine fining

The fining process is a crucial stage in the production of all wine types.

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Enartis News – Small changes now can provide big results later

Once fermentations are finished, it’s time to evaluate wine quality and decide the destination of each wine: for early release or long-term ageing, fresh and fruity or oak-aged style.

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Enartis News – Fermentation has finished: time for SO2 management

When both alcoholic or malolactic fermentations finish, a winemaker’s instinct is to add SO2 as soon as possible to protect wine from oxidation or from the risk of microbial contamination.

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Enartis News – FAQ on color stability management

Here is a selection of the most frequently asked questions on this interesting topic.

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Enartis News – FAQ on yeast nutrition

Here is a selection of the most frequently asked questions on this topic, which we have tried to answer in a most comprehensive way.

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Enartis News – Stabilizing proteins from the beginning

Find out the best way to use bentonite or how to reduce its dosage and minimize all the negative effects using tannins, mannoproteins and enzymes.

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