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Removing Smoke Taint with Fining Agents

Removing Smoke Taint with Fining Agents

Atypical Aging in White Wine

By Thomas Henick-Kling, Director, WSU Viticulture & Enology Program Reprinted from Fall 2012 Viticulture & Enology Extension News While we all welcomed summer after a…

A Note on Smoke Taint

By¬† Jim Harbertson, Thomas Henick-Kling, Markus Keller and Michelle Moyer Reprinted from the Fall 2012 Viticulture and Enology Extension Newsletter Wide-spread fires in eastern Washington…

Note to Cold Soak

By Thomas Henick-Kling Professor of Enology A note of precaution to using cold soak The recent rains and earlier powdery mildew infections have caused damage…

Dealing with Late-Harvest Molds in the Winery

The cool season with the intermittent rains also have allowed Powdery Mildew and Botrytis molds to get established in some vineyards forcing the winemakers to…

Late Ripening – How to Deal

The delayed ripening we see in many Washington state vineyards poses some challenges. With good will from Mother Nature, good work in the vineyard, and…
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