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Tag: pH

WAVE – Working with High pH Wines

WAVE Washington Advancements in Viticulture and Enology (WAVE) has become the signature research event for Washington’s wine industry. Co-sponsored by the Wine Commission and Washington State…

Managing High Acidity in Grape Must and Wine

By Jim Harbertson Associate Professor of Enology and Thomas Henick-Kling Professor of Enology An Early Frost Might Force Harvest of Some Under-Ripe Fruit Here are some…

Better Winemaking through Biochemistry: Special Topic “Hang Time”

By Jim Harbertson Introduction The issue of extending grape ripening beyond traditional goals known commonly as “hang time” is being practiced on a global scale.…