While sparkling wine production can be fun, it can also be a very challenging experience during its first production.
While there is no one way to manufacture a sparkling wine, there are certain production elements associated with the wine that winemakers should look for to ensure flavor, foaming, and sustainability in the bottle.
For the May 2019 session, the Darn Good Winemakers have asked to discuss sparkling wine production: from grapes to bottles. If you join the Darn Good Winemakers today, you’ll walk away with:
- A better understanding of ideal grape chemistry parameters to produce sparkling wines with ease.
- Best production practices for creating a base wine or cuvée that delivers optimal quality for sparkling wines.
- When and how to properly stabilize sparkling wines.
- A brief review of the five ways carbon dioxide is incorporated into a base wine.
Thinking about producing some sparkling wines? Join the Darn Good Winemakers today, and take a sneak peek at upcoming session topics!
Monday, May 20, 2019
4:00 PM (EST)
It’s an online webinar! You can participate from anywhere you have internet connection.
How can I sign up?
Registration is available through the Darn Good Winemakers network.
You pay a single flat fee for 12 consecutive live webinars, hosted once-per-month, with topics determined by the current Darn Good Winemakers membership.
After each webinar, I provide open Q&A and coaching time in which you can ask questions pertaining to the webinar topic or issues you’re facing in your actual cellar. You’ll never have to pay an additional consulting fee during discussions associated in each session.
- Twelve (12) consecutive monthly webinars
- Open Q&A or coaching time with Denise following each webinar
- Access to the previous Darn Good Winemakers webinars
- One-time fee of $400. That’s $33.33 per session!
- Locked in membership rate for each consecutive year you stay a member.
Your registration will provide you with email instructions to access each live webinar every month.
Topics we cover evolve based on Darn Good Winemaker needs. Once you register to become a part of the Darn Good Winemakers, you can also submit ideas for winemaking topics you want to learn more about.
Contact Denise (email@example.com) with questions regarding the webinar.