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Is there a power struggle in South African wine? Well, it is an industry, so that really goes without saying. Even in the most symbiotic business sectors there is competition, even in communism there…

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Successful Wine Fermentation – Preparing Juice/Must for Fermentation

Once grapes have arrived at the winery, they are processed in preparation for fermentation. White grape varieties are typically fermented without skins, while red varieties are typically fermented wi…

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PHILIP VILJOEN – BON COURAGE WINEMAKER

Q. Where were you born ?

“I was  born in Robertson on 1st April 1991.”

Q. Do you get teased about being born on 1st April ?

The answer comes with that charming , trade mark grin. “The…

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Twice as nice

People that are close to me will know that there is one more thing that I am positively passionate about besides wine, and that is music. I myself cannot play an instrument (to any extent worth mentio…

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Oral Bacteria Shown to Produce Aromatic Volatiles from Glycosidic Precursors: Implications for Perception of Aromas and Flavors in Wine

Article by Becca Yeamans of ‘The Academic Wino’

How a wine tastes is dependent upon many factors, including (but not limited to) the variety, the vintage, where the grapes are grown (soil, climat…

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WILHELM DE VRIES – WINEMAKER AT ALLESVELOREN

Q. Where were you born ?

“In Stellenbosch”

Q. Where did you study and what qualifications did you acquire ?

“ I did I B.Sc Agric (viticulture and oenology) at University of Stellenbos…

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Read how Nietvoorbij is shedding new light on the determination of optimum grape ripeness

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Enzymes In Winemaking

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Main activities in winemaking enzyme formulations are controlled by one very powerful family - The Pectinases...

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Urea is the main precursor of ethyl ("carcinogenic") carbamate and its formation in wine is dependent on numer...

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