Unlocking the Potential of Torulaspora delbrueckii Yeast: A Game-Changer for Carbonic Maceration Wines & innovative beer profiles

Torulaspora delbrueckii yeast, recently explored by researchers at Spain’s Universitat Rovira i Virgili, is revolutionizing winemaking and brewing. With its ability to expedite fermentation, enhance color, and impart unique flavors, this unconventional yeast strain is unlocking new dimensions of innovation in the dynamic realms of oenology and brewing.

biodynamic vineyard

Biodynamic Winemaking: Nurturing Wines in Harmony with Nature

Biodynamic viticulture, characterized by a holistic approach to grape cultivation, emphasizes principles such as fostering biodiversity, holistic farming, aligning with astrological influences, using natural preparations, and practicing minimal intervention. Beyond tangible aspects, some practitioners incorporate spiritual elements, fostering a harmonious relationship between the land, plants, and people.

harvest time and cloud seeding to break up the clouds in mendoza, the winery region of Argentina

Harvest and Climate Change: Navigating Extreme Weather Events, Shifting Harvest Times, and Regional Transformations

Explore the intricate challenges of climate change on agriculture, from altering harvest times to regional transformations, as highlighted in recent studies on wine regions in Argentina, France, and New Zealand. Check out the insightful findings on how these areas are adapting to evolving climate patterns.