Linda F. Bisson

The Role of Wild Flora in Wine Production (5-Tape Session)


American Society for Enology & Viticulture 49th Annual Meeting ~ 1998

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Tape #1~ Welcome & Introduction -Linda F. Bisson, University of California

Yeast Ecology of Grapes and Wineries -Alessandro Martini, University of Perugia - Italy

Tape #2~ Yeast Populations During Natural Fermentations -Dr. Jurg Gafner, Swiss Federal Research Station, Switzerland

Factors Affecting Wild Flora Persistence and Proliferation -Graham Fleet, The University of New South Wales - Australia

Tape #3~ Brettanomyces: Strain Identification & Flavor Contribution -Chris Egli, Cornell University - NY

Wild Lactic Flora -Charles Edwards, Washington State University

Tape #4~ Applications of Wild Flora Analysis to the Winery Overview of Native Flora Winemaking Practices -Marty Bannister, Vinquiry

Use of PCR Technology to Identify/Monitor Brett Strains in the Winery -Stacia Engel, E & J Gallo - CA

Use of Brett Monitoring Information in Wine Production -Rich Morenzoni, E & J Gallo - CA

Wild Yeast Populationism ~ Inoculated & Non-Inoculated Wine Fermentations -Thomas Henick-Kling, Cornell University - NY

Tape #5~ WINEMAKER PANEL: Native Flora Fermentations in Quality Wine Production-John Kongsgaard, Luna Vineyards - CA; Ashley Heisey, Far Niente - CA; Joel Peterson, Ravenswood - CA;

Steve Test, J. Stonestreet & Sons, CA