Wine bio-protection instead of sulphur dioxide

It’s easy to understand why sulfite additions are such a basic tool of winemaking. Sulfur dioxide (SO2, also commonly referred to as sulfites) is an effective antibacterial and antioxidant agent in wine, and sulfur-based products are also effective against fungal...

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Innovative use of non-Saccharomyces in bio-Protection

Goals: This study addresses the increasing demand for “natural” and certified organic wines, along with the need for improved worker safety. Winemakers continue to search for alternatives to SO2 as an antioxidant and antimicrobial agent. This study compares the use...

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