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Afternoon Brief, June 29th

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Heat the Burning Issue for Oregon Winemakers: A heatwave could mean trouble for growers and producers in the Pacific Northwest of the US...

Enartis Launches Easytech – Selection of Direct Addition Fermentation Products.

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Windsor, CA (June 25, 2021) — Enartis is proud to announce the launch of a new selection of products – Easytech – that offers...

Enartis USA Announces Approval of Zenith for Use in Canada

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Potassium Polyaspartate (KPA), the key ingredient in the Zenith Range, has been authorized and listed by Health Canada, allowing for its use in wines...

Afternoon Brief, February 18th

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US Courts Deliver Body Blows to Wine: Courts in the US have delivered decisions that will frustrate those who want free trade in wine...

Enartis Presents Hideki: The Super-Tannin to Protect Wine Naturally 

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The Italian multinational introduces a first-of-its-kind tannin in terms of antioxidant, antiradical, metal  chelating and antimicrobial properties. Martino di Trecate (NO) - February 18th,...

Largest European Wine Technology Symposium Comes to U.S. in 2021

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Marco Cervellera, oenologist for Fattoria La Vialla in Italy, has attended wine technology conference Enoforum since its inception in 2000....

ETS Laboratories and Enartis, Home of Vinquiry Laboratories, to Combine Analytical...

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Windsor, CA - July 7, 2020 - The Burns (ETS Laboratories) and Nulli (Enartis) families are happy to announce an agreement combining their analytical...

What if My Grapes Are Not in Great Conditions?

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It can happen to the best; we do not control mother nature. Heat waves, summer rains, fungus diseases, bees or bird attacks are common natural phenomena...

Microbial Control from Crush to Malolactic Fermentation

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This webinar aims to provide scientific and practical information for helping winemakers to evaluate if their microbial control strategy in place for the harvest period is...

Canned Wine Part 2: New Information on the Impact of So2...

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Canned format continues to grow in popularity as a new and fun way to package and consume wine. While this category is expected to become...

High pH Grapes and Wines: Challenges and Solutions

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In dry and hot areas, such as our climate in South California, dealing with high pH grapes and wines is a common experience that...

Afternoon Brief, June 5

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More Drinkers Cut Than Increase Alcohol in Lockdown, Survey Says: People missing out on drinking in restaurants and bars during coronavirus lockdowns are not entirely making up for it by pouring more at home, a survey of nine countries conducted on behalf of beer, wine and spirits companies showed...

Which Yeast to Best Express Your Wine Personality?

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Yeast is the principal actor of the winemaking process. For any style of wines, red, rose, white or sparkling, one of the first step...

Canned Wine: New Information for Preparing Wines for Canning

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Canned wine is one of the fastest growing market segments in the wine industry. While this packaging offers a new way for consumers to...

Yeast Nutrition Is Not a Luxury, It’s a Necessity!

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Managing yeast nutrition is essential to complete fermentation, enhance the expression of your grapes and optimize the yeast metabolism while preventing off-flavors production. Yeast...