While often overlooked, the pH value influences everything in wine from the microflora to color stability. It also plays a role in cold stabilization processes, protein stabilization, and sulfur dioxide concentration.
The April 2019 Darn Good Winemakers session will review wine pH: what it is, why it’s important, how to remember that all production decisions likely influence this parameter, and how to appropriately measure it.
On April 23, 2019 join the Darn Good Winemakers session at 4:00 PM (EST) during the webinar, “pH Explained: The Importance of pH in Wine.” This webinar will cover:
- Breaking down the scientific meaning of pH
- Applying pH to winemaking practices
- Purchasing a good pH meter
Register today for the “pH Explained: The Importance of pH in Wine” webinar by becoming a part of the Darn Good Winemakers: an online network filled with like-minded winemakers that want to learn more to enhance wine quality in their cellars.
Tuesday, April 23, 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 Winemaker network.
You pay a single flat fee for 12 consecutive webinars, hosted once-per-month, with additional Q&A time after each webinar in which you can ask questions pertaining to the webinar topic or issues you’re facing in your actual cellar. When you become a Darn Good Winemaker, you can view previously posted webinars!
Twelve (12) consecutive monthly webinars and the open Q&A time following each webinar is a total, one-time fee of $400. Your registration will provide you with email instructions to access the “Stop the Pop!” webinar and the next 11 webinars, as well.
You can find more benefits associated with your registration, here.
Topics we cover evolve based on Darn Good Winemaker needs. Once you register to become a Darn Good Winemaker, you can also submit ideas for winemaking topics you want to learn more about.
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