Do Agglomerate Corks Make Wines Astringent?

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Blockchain’s Potential in the Wine Industry

An all-day forum presented various blockchain applications and their relevance to marketing. Michael Paul Kramer offers us a look to the most inspiring research and developments to come.

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Sparkling Wine in Austria: It's a Matter of Taste

Origin is often touted as an important quality feature for sparkling wine. Whether Austrian consumers also see it that way was investigated in a study at the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland. Bettina König, Christian Pfeiffer and Marcus Wieschhoff report.

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Research: Wine Against Stress?

A Greek intervention study investigates the effect of alcohol on oxidative stress. The results are interesting, even though only 64 patients were studied. 

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Prizes for young scientists at In Vino Analytica Scientia in Neustadt, Germany

At the In Vino Analytica Scientia (IVAS) conferences, young scientists in wine analysis are regularly awarded prizes by a panel of experts. This year, four young scientists received an award for their outstanding work.

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The View from Geisenheim: Sustainable Wine Tourism

Results of a worldwide survey

Why doing a survey on wine tourism and sustainability? Both topics have a huge economic importance and both have further potential. Wine tourism is a fast-growing market. Sustainability is one of the challenges we need to solve most urgently. In a joint study, Prof. Dr. Gergely Szolnoki, Dr. Maximilian Tafel and Anne-Christin Stelter (Hochschule Geisenheim University) as well as Niklas Ridoff and Calle Nilsson (WineTourism.com) bring these two aspects together and asked how to implement sustainable wine tourism successfully.

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In Vino Analytica Scientia 2022

Germany hosts international wine research conference for the first time.

From 3 to 7 July 2022, around 250 wine scientists from 15 nations and five continents will meet in Neustadt an der Weinstraße to discuss the latest findings in wine research.

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Lower Alcohol From Alternative Yeast

A French company is planning to launch a new commercial yeast in 2023 that might help wineries produce wines with 13.5% from grapes that might otherwise have produced 15%.

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Engineered Yeast for Custom Wine Flavours? Manage Your Expectations

Yeast can help give wines flavours such as vanilla and raspberry, but more complex flavours are still trickier, and making Trebbiano taste like Sauvignon Blanc is still some way off, as Erika Szymanski of Colorado State University explains.

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