Enartis Vintage Webinar. Driving Frsh/Fruity White Wine Style

Fresh and fruity white wine is a popular category of winemaking styles in Australia and New Zealand. There are various oenological tools available for winemakers to direct this style to its full potential.
The webinar will explore varying techniques and Enartis oenological products for driving a fruity and fresh white wine by selections of vinification and processing methods, use of antioxidants, enzymes and fining agents to achieve clear and clean juice ready for fermentation, use of yeast strains to optimize desired aroma profile, as well as fermentation nutrients and fermentation co-adjuvants. In this webinar, we will be also hearing from the Enartis USA team on their winemaking and oenological product experiences related to making this specific style of wine.

Enartis Quick Tips: Preventing Stuck Fermentations with EnartisStab Micro M – Part 3

EnartisStab Micro M is a special preparation of activated chitosan with antimicrobial activity.
In this video we talk about:

  • Causes of sluggish or stuck fermentations.
  • Stuck VS sluggish fermentation.
  • Eliminating Competition.
  • Critical tools to prevent stuck fermentations.
  • Eliminating Competition with EnartisStab Micro M.

Enartis Quick Tips: Preventing Stuck Fermentations with Nutriferm No Stop – Part 2

Nutriferm No Stop is a special type of yeast hull which helps detoxify must and is rich in sterols to help yeast finish fermentation.
In this video we talk about:
• Causes of sluggish or stuck fermentation.
• Stuck VS sluggish fermentation.
• Critical tools to prevent stuck fermentations.
• Strengthening yeast cell membranes.
• Nutriferm No Stop impact on stuck fermentation causes.

 

Enartis Quick Tips: Preventing Stuck Fermentations – Part 1

Sluggish or stuck fermentations? To help you prevent or solve these problems, we have released 4 short videos on this topic.

In the first video we talk about:
• Causes of sluggish or stuck fermentation.
• Stuck VS sluggish fermentation.
• Stuck fermentation yeast acclimatization steps.

 

Driving Chardonnay Wine Style

Chardonnay is one the most versatile and popular varieties in the world. From the flinty, mineral wines of Chablis to the opulent, rich and buttery California styles, Chardonnay is a reflection of cultural and climatic influence. Today, we have many tools available to direct this typically neutral varietal to its full potential. This webinar will explore varying techniques for driving Chardonnay wine style as well as the Enartis yeast and malolactic bacteria range for Chardonnay.

 

Please join Enartis USA for this webinar which will cover the following topics:

  • Chardonnay Wine Styles
  • Vinification and Processing Strategies
  • Chardonnay Yeast Selection
  • Malolactic Fermentation

 

PowerPoint Presentation

Driving Chardonnay Style: Classic California Chardonnay

Driving Chardonnay Style: Increasing Minerality

 

Rapid Clarification: Tips and Tools for Clarifying Juice and Wine During Harvest

Juice clarification is an important step in winemaking because high quantities of solids can drastically impact wine quality. To control turbidity levels in juice, winemakers typically settle or float juice to remove solids. The process of juice clarification can be frustrating if winemakers do not have the tools and information necessary to handle difficult-to-clarify juices. However, the process can also be simple and easy with the right tools and information.

 

Please join Enartis USA for this brief, informational webinar which will cover the following topics:

  • Fining with plant proteins for vegan-friendly wines
  • Enzyme impact on clarification
  • Strategies for improving clarification by flotation

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Newsletter: Improving Flotation Efficiency with Enological Tools

 

 

Microbial control from crush to malolactic fermentation

This webinar aims to provide scientific and practical information for helping winemakers to evaluate if their microbial control strategy in place for the harvest period is correct or can be improved.

PROGRAM
Wine microorganisms: opportunities, threats and control
Paola DOMIZIO – PhD Assistant Professor at University of Florence, Italy

Microbial Control with Chitosan During Harvest
Lauren BARRETT – Winemaking Specialist Enartis USA

Path to Quality: Microbial Control Protocols
Gianni TRIULZI – Research and Development Manager Enartis

 

Canned Wine Part 2: New Information on the Impact of SO2 for Canned Beverages

Canned format continues to grow in popularity as a new and fun way to package and consume wine. While this category is expected to become especially important with the increased demand for single serve options, including during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some important factors for winemakers to keep in mind when making wines destined for canning. Sulfites (SO2) have been the gold standard for microbial, oxidative and oxidasic protection for a long time, however recent research has shown that this very common preservative may be problematic for canned packaging. In part 2 of the canned wine webinar series, Enartis USA is teaming up with Cornell University to present new information on the impact of SO2 in canned beverages. In this brief one-hour webinar the following topics will be covered:
  • SO2 as a source of H2S in canned wine: the chemical what, how, when and we-don’t-know-yet
  • Low SO2 winemaking: considerations and tips for making low SO2 wines for canning
  • 20 minute Q&A session

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Redução do teor de Cálcio dos vinhos – Finalmente a solução prática, segura e sustentável

A presença de cálcio nos vinhos, sendo natural, pode geral instabilidade e eventuais precipitações em garrafa. São vários os fatores (nem todos perfeitamente estudados) que contribuem para o aumento do teor de cálcio nos vinhos, constatando-se que a recente evolução relacionada com práticas vitivinícolas e com as condições climatéricas conduzem a concentrações que preocupam os enólogos, pela potencial instabilidade que acarretam.

A Enartis desenvolveu um método rápido para estimar o nível de instabilidade e, através do novo Enocristal Ca, propõe um tratamento que reduz a concentração de cálcio em vinhos que são ricos neste elemento, para níveis de perfeita estabilidade. Esta inovadora abordagem, para além de não impactar o perfil organolético dos vinhos, dispensa o recurso a tratamentos por frio, libertando a adega de custos com energia ou da contratação de serviços e equipamentos com métodos de estabilização subtrativos e que alteram o perfil sensorial dos vinhos.

 

How are winemakers coping with COVID-19? Perspectives from the Enartis Global Community

It’s safe to say none of us have lived through a pandemic. At Enartis, one of our greatest strengths is our global network. We invite you to spend some time with our community and hear how our colleagues and winemakers in China and Italy are dealing with their current situation. Our Soil Scientist will share what he is experiencing in the vineyard. We will also check in with New Zealand, Australia and South Africa to hear how winemakers are actively managing their harvest operations during this difficult time. And finally, we have invited a Virologist to provide her perspective.

 

Our hope is that, come harvest, our lives will be back to normal. But in the meantime, we can learn from each other, expand our community and make plans for the future. We hope you will join us.

 


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