An Examination of Wine Faults for Professional Winemakers
April 29, 2015
Lunch is included.
1200 Florence-Columbus Road,
$35 per person, please preregister*
Oh, the defects you should know!
A workshop on wine defect identification and remediation associated with oxidation, volatile acidity, and sulfur-containing compounds. Several spiked wine samples and defect kits available for aroma (smell-only) identification.
- Denise Gardner, Penn State extension enologist
- Hemant Gohil, Rutgers Agricultural Agent
All registrants will receive a Penn State Extension Enology Digital Defects Kit to use back at the winery for staff training.
Come learn about wine flaw detection and remedies!
Following Ms. Gardner’s presentation, Dr. Hemant Gohil will lead a tasting and discussion of NJ wines. You are encouraged to bring a sample of a problem wine for this discussion.
*To preregister, contact Susan Bradbury at (856)455–3100 ext. 4101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support provided by the Wine Industry Advisory Council, Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, and New Jersey Center for Wine Research and Education.