|Home Winemaking News
October 7, 2009 - Daniel
Pambianchi and Vehicule Press to Launch New
April 28, 2009 - Daniel
Pambianchi Launches Home Winemaking Website
and Kit Winemaking Book
September 15, 2012 - Wine
chemistry research serves as resource for
Maryland vintners, McDaniel
October 28, 2011 - Andrew
Peller Limited completes the purchase of the
inventory and intangible assets of Cellar
July 28, 2011 - McDaniel
summer research projects help students gain
July 12, 2011 - The
Science of Making Wine, Beer, and Alcohol
Through Fermentation, WineClub.org
April 29, 2011 - Winemaking
ingredients distributor Beverage Supply
Group (BSG) acquires Crosby & Baker.
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Ithaca, Finger Lakes (NY)
June 1-4, 2017
are the seminars and pre- and post-conference boot
camps I will be presenting at the WineMaker
THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2017
Wine Chem 101 Boot Camp
Understanding the basics of wine chemistry will make you a better winemaker, but not everyone can remember back far enough to the chemistry you might have been taught years before in school classes. WineMaker’s Technical Editor Daniel Pambianchi will break down what you need to know – and why you need to know it – so you will leave with a firm grasp of wine chemistry and how it will help you make improved wines at home.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017
Advanced SO2 Management
Managing sulfite levels in your wine is one of the most important skills you need as a winemaker. Too much and your wine has an obvious defect and not enough means a high potential for spoilage. Learn about new research into sulfite as well as new ways to test and adjust your sulfite levels with help from WineMaker’s Technical Editor Daniel Pambianchi.
SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 2017
Bottling and Closures
Join WineMaker’s Technical Editor Daniel Pambianchi to learn how to choose the right bottle and closure for your wine. You’ll learn about glass bottle types, how bottle color impacts your wine, and the oxygen characteristics of different closures. This seminar will also discuss bottling and how to manage oxygen, SO2 and CO2, and then discuss oxidative effects in bottled wine due to bottle and stopper characteristics.
SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 2017
Wine Chem 201 Boot Camp
WineMaker’s Technical Editor Daniel Pambianchi builds on the basics of wine chemistry knowledge he covered in Sunday’s Wine Chem 201 Boot Camp and tackles more complex and advanced wine chemistry topics in this small-class, full-day session. As always he will break down what you need to know – and why you need to know it – so you will leave with a firm grasp of advanced wine chemistry and how it will help you make improved wines at home.
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