What is the best way to cold settle my white juices? How do I sample for Brettanomyces? What’s the best procedure to clean or store a used barrel? How do I care for the winery pump? My wine is too astringent - what do I do? When can I skip filtering my wine? When will it re-ferment and push the corks? How do I best store and ship my bottled wine?
Expert answers to these and further questions that arise during winemaking can be found in this convenient reference book. Arranged in practical question and answer format, Winemaking problems solved provides brief, quickly accessible solutions to more than one hundred issues of frequent concern to winemaking professionals.
Chapters review issues associated with grape analysis, juice and must preparation, yeast and malolactic fermentation, wine clarification and stabilisation, filtration, packaging and storage. Sections on winery equipment maintenance and troubleshooting, wine microbiology and sanitation are also included. The final part of the book focuses on particular wine quality issues, such as hazes and off-odours.
With expert contributions from a diverse team of international enologists, Winemaking problems solved is an essential, hands-on reference for professionals in the winemaking industry and students of enology.
- Provides solutions to a variety of issues of frequent concern to wine making professionals
- Reviews issues related to grape analysis, filtration, packaging and microbiology
- A hands-on reference book written by a diverse team of international enologists
Professionals in the winemaking industry and students of oenology
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- 19th July 2010
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This is a superb practical book and should be essential reading for winemakers and oenology students across the universe. Institute of Masters of Wine Members and MW students should also take note. Highly recommended., Journal of Wine Research
Prof. Butzke is Professor of Enology at Prudue University, Indiana, USA. He is also a past president of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture and current chairman of the Indy International, one of the largest wine competitions in the world. In addition to these roles his responsibilities include professional engagement activities from local winery consultations to global winemaking projects. He has also been Director of Winemaking for Sakonnet Vineyards in coastal New England and a tenured faculty member in the world-renowned Department of Viticulture and Enology at the University of California, Davis.
Professor of Enology, Department of Food Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA