VESTA Viticulture Course: VIN 110
This site, from the Viticulture and Enology Science and Technology Alliance, offers presentations and slides from the lectures of VIN 110, Introduction to Wine Microorganisms with Darren Michaels. VIN 110 contains 13 lectures: "Bacteria," "Harvest and Pre-fermentation Processing," "Introduction to Wine Microorganisms," "Malolactic Fermentation and Post-fermentation Processing," "Managing Fermentation," "Managing Microbial Growth," "Microbial Ecology During Fermentation," "Microscopes and Microbial Culture," "Molds and Other Microorganisms," "Spoilage Organisms and Sensory Attributes (Parts 1 and 2)," "Winery Cleaning and Sanitation," and "Yeast." These lectures range from 16 to 43 minutes...
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