Using Gas in Winemaking ’11 Download


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USING GAS IN WINEMAKING – Inert gases have long been used in commercial winemaking for protecting wine against oxidation and microbial spoilage. Find out about how to put these commonly-used gases to work in your home winery to minimize oxidation so your wines can age gracefully and preserve their fresh aromas and flavors. You’ll learn about the equipment you’ll need and the proper techniques to use gas just like the pros to produce better wine.

TRISTAN JOHNSON is the manager of MoreWine! in Concord, California, a major retailer of winemaking equipment and supplies for both hobby and professional winemakers. Tristan runs MoreWine’s testing lab, answers questions for customers as well as acting as the assistant winemaker for their onsite commercial winery. He also enjoys brewing his own beer.

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