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Web malolactic fermentation management with viniflora Web malolactic fermentation management with viniflora Presentation Transcript

  • Viniflora ® Direct Inoculation Starter Cultures for malolactic fermentation in wine
  • ‘Wine’ is all about controlled fermentations! Alcoholic fermentation Malolactic fermentation Managed by yeasts Managed by lactic acid bacteria Sugar (Glucose) Alcohol (Ethanol) Malic acid Lactic acid 100% of the wines Most of RED wines Some WHITE & ROSÉ wines
  • What is exactly the ‘Malolactic Fermentation’? MALIC ACID from grape berries Is transformed by specific bacteria into Natural fermentation process where LACTIC ACID FERMENTATION FLAVOURS (dairy like flavours) Other compounds such as organic acids or biogenic amines in spontaneous MLF
  • Why a ‘Malolactic Fermentation’ (MLF)? Malic acid is a substrate for different species of wild bacteria: Oenococcus, Pediococcus, Lactobacillus … Its consumption stabilizes the wine avoiding fermentation to occur in bottles and/or spoilages and wine downgrading Malic Acid gives a harsh sensation in wines. Its conversion by fermentation into Lactic Acid decreases acidic sensation in mouth: pH increases, mouth-feel is softer and rounder… … while producing additional typical and classical fermentation flavours: fresh cream, butter, crème caramel… MALIC ACID FERMENTATION FLAVOURS LACTIC ACID Microbial stability Flavours & mouth-feel
  • How to manage ‘Malolactic Fermentation’? The ‘wait and see’ approach The winemaker waits for ‘wild bacteria’ to manage this key fermentation for him It can occur at any time No one knows what specie is at work (it could be a spoilage bacteria) Wild bacteria produce biogenic amines like histamine during fermentations
  • How to manage ‘Malolactic Fermentation’? The ‘pragmatic’ approach In wine, the final quality comes from the grapes … and to succeed, malolactic fermentation management with selected strains is key This is what Chr. Hansen proposes through Viniflora ® As it is for a cook, winemaker´s duty is to keep, reveal and maintain this potential as high as possible…
  • Vintage 2009 / 2010 Viniflora ® cultures the natural toolbox for Malolactic Fermentation management
  • Each strain of Viniflora ® has specific features Chr. Hansen proposes direct inoculation bacteria already adapted to wine Please follow the inoculation parameters table
  • Benefits of Direct Inoculation with Viniflora ® Be among the first to be ready Save energy Optimize tank/ cask management Use manning for higher value operations Accelerate MLF Ensure Quality & Food safety Optimize wine quality potential
  • Benefits of Direct Inoculation with Viniflora ® Be among the first to be ready Save energy Optimize tank/ cask management Use manning for higher value operations Accelerate MLF Ensure Quality & Food safety Optimize wine quality potential Reduce costs
  • Benefits of Direct Inoculation with Viniflora ® Control MLF as well as AF Get consistency (flavor…) Avoid biogenic amines production Reduce SO 2 levels Accelerate MLF Ensure Quality & Food safety Optimize wine quality potential
  • Benefits of Direct Inoculation with Viniflora ® Control MLF as well as AF Get consistency (flavor…) Reduce SO 2 levels Accelerate MLF Ensure Quality & Food safety Optimize wine quality potential Reduce downgrading
  • Benefits of Direct Inoculation with Viniflora ® Know & manage your inoculums Use documented ingredients Avoid biogenic amines production Get traceability Accelerate MLF Ensure Quality & Food safety Optimize wine quality potential
  • Benefits of Direct Inoculation with Viniflora ® Accelerate MLF Ensure Quality & Food safety Optimize wine quality potential Improve negotiating position
  • Benefits of Direct Inoculation with Viniflora ® Be among the first to be ready Save energy Optimize tank/ cask management Control MLF as well as AF Use manning for higher value operations Know & manage your inoculums Get consistency (flavor…) Use documented ingredients Avoid biogenic amines production Get traceability Reduce SO 2 levels Accelerate MLF Ensure Quality & Food safety Optimize wine quality potential Reduce costs Improve negotiating position Reduce downgrading
  • Example 1: be ready first!
      • Be the first on the market!
      • Be ready before winter, cold weather conditions
      • Be ready for wine tasting & journalists
      • Be ready for exhibitions
      • Produce “primeur” wines
      • Microbially stabilise sooner
      • Sell your wines earlier
  • Example 2: save energy! Reduce your costs with a positive impact on the Environment…
        • Finish your fermentation before temperatures being below 20°C (68°F)
        • Do not spend on energy to
          • heat tanks
          • to keep tanks heated
        • Significantly reduce the number of days necessary to achieve malolactic fermentation
        • Reduce your carbon footprint*
    * : depending type and origin of energy you use
  • Example 3: control biogenic amines production
      • Biogenic amines are produced by some microorganisms during fermentation, the most known is “histamine”
      • Cause allergenic reactions
        • Flushing, headache, nausea
      • Viniflora ® freeze dried and FroZen™ products do not produce biogenic amines
      • Using Viniflora ® is an insurance of food safety and a way to limit biogenic amines final levels in wines
  • Viniflora ® the lowest cost in use… …the best investment!  Absolute convenience with direct inoculation  Consistency and quality  Perfect MLF management  Better food safety No additional production of biogenic amines
  • The malolactic fermentation quizz…
  • If you are unsure about one of the following words then find what is exactly behind through our website!
  • Viniflora ® The natural toolbox for demanding winemakers MACC test CiNe™ CH16 CH11 CH35 Bactiv-aid 2.0 FroZen™ Oenos DIRECT INOCULATION diacetyl Fruit character management
  • You want to know more about Viniflora ® ? Contact our closest representative through this web site!