MAKING CONSISTENTLY FLAWLESS WINES by Daniel Pambianchi
Dont miss out on this special opportunity to attend Daniel Pambianchis seminar on advanced winemaking on April 25, 2020, 9:00 AM 4:00 PM, at Keystone Homebrew Supply in Montgomeryville, PA.
This second seminar will focus on understanding and managing TA and pH changes throughout winemaking, including acidification and deacidification, how to prevent flaws and faults and how to resolve them when they occur, and advanced essential wine analysis and laboratory techniques, all with the objective of helping winemakers make greater wines more consistently and flawlessly.
This seminar is intended for intermediate and advanced amateur and small-winery winemakers. See below for specific seminar content.
Lunch and coffee are provided.
Until March 27, 2020 $200
March 28 to April 9, 2020 $225
April 10 to April 25, 2020 $250
” A working knowledge of how to make wine and perform basic analyses
” Basic knowledge of wine chemistry (Brix, alcohol, TA, pH, SO2)
MODULE: Preventing and Correcting Flaws and Faults
This module examines common wine flaws and faults, their detection, troubleshooting and resolution, and how to implement sound winemaking practices to help avoid these in the first place. Flaws and faults examined include: oxidation, volatile acidity and ethyl acetate, volatile sulfur compounds (e.g. hydrogen sulfide), Brettanomyces, and many more.
MODULE: Managing Acidity and pH
This module takes an in-depth look at organic acids found in juice and wine and how these are transformed during the various winemaking processes, and their impact on pH and wine stability, and how to control TA and pH, e.g. acidification/de-acidification techniques.
MODULE: Advanced Essential Wine Analysis and Laboratory Techniques
This module describes advanced essential wine analysis and laboratory techniques. Specifically, it describes the use and value of analyzing, for example, YAN (yeast assimilable nitrogen), alcohol, tartrate stability, residual sugar, and more.
BOOKING AND CANCELLATION POLICY
You can register here. Payment in full is required to reserve your seat.
As a minimum number of participants is required to run this seminar, you will be notified by April 10, 2020, and issued a full refund if the minimum is not reached.
Paid participants can cancel up to and including April 9, 2020 and issued a full refund. No refunds or exchanges will be offered after that time under any circumstances.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR PARTICIPANTS
” A non-expiring membership to Daniel Pambianchis on-line winemaking club.
” 20% off the retail price on signed copies of Daniel Pambianchis book Techniques in Home Winemaking.
Begins promptly at 9am with time for grabbing coffee (provided) beforehand.
Lunch break (provided) at 12pm.
Seminar will end at 4pm.