Tagged: University of Minnesota enology

The True Value of Cold Hardy Hybrids 4

The True Value of Cold Hardy Hybrids

When the early members of the Minnesota Grape Growers Association (MGGA) first experimented with wine grapes in the early 1970’s, all the vines were cold tender or marginal at best.  Foch stood out as...

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Wine Heat Stability Testing

Publisher’s note: This article is the third installment in a four-part series for winemakers by Nick Smith with the Enology Laboratory at the University of Minnesota. To read the previous articles,  visit the “Winemaking”...

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Treatment of Wine To Reduce Hazing

Publisher’s note:  This article is the second installment in a four-part series for winemakers by Nick Smith with the Enology Laboratory at the University of Minnesota.   To read the previous article see: Controlling Heat...

Controlling Heat Instability in Wine 0

Controlling Heat Instability in Wine

Publisher’s note:  This article is the first in a four part series for winemakers by Nick Smith with the Enology Laboratory at the University of Minnesota.   Future stories in the series include “Treatment...