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In this seminar, you will learn how to prevent flaws and faults and how to resolve them when they occur, how to expertly manage TA and pH changes throughout winemaking, including acidification and deacidification, and how to implement essential analytical techniques and tools in your wine lab, all with the objective of helping you make greater wines more consistently and flawlessly.
This seminar is intended for intermediate and advanced amateur and small-winery winemakers. Click here to download the complete program, including specific seminar content.
Lunch and coffee are provided.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR PARTICIPANTS
About the Instructor:
Daniel Pambianchi is an avid and seasoned winemaker both as an amateur and professional having owned and operated for 10 years a small commercial winery in Niagara (Ontario, Canada). He is the author of Wine Myths, Facts & Snobberies: 81 Questions & Answers on the Science and Enjoyment of Wine (Véhicule Press, 2010), Kit Winemaking: The Illustrated Beginner’s Guide to Making Wine from Concentrate (Véhicule Press, 2009) and bestseller Techniques in Home Winemaking: The Comprehensive Guide to Making Château-Style Wines (Véhicule Press, 2008).
Daniel has served as past Technical Editor and author for WineMaker Magazine. He has lectured at conferences on a range of subjects from wine analysis and chemistry to advanced winemaking techniques. Daniel now provides consulting and analytical lab services to both amateurs and professionals.
He is an active member of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture, the Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology, and the American Wine Society.
Instructor: Winemaker and Author, Daniel Pambianchi
Date and Time: 6/6/2020, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: The Beverage People Classroom, 1845 Piner Rd Suite D, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Until April 30, 2020 – $200
May 1 to May 15 – $225
May 16 to June 6 – $250
BOOKING AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Please enroll with this link. Enrollment payments and refunding are handled by Mr. Pambianchi's office. 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 May 1, 2020, and issued a full refund if the minimum is not reached. Paid participants can cancel up to and including April 30, 2020 and issued a full refund. No refunds or exchanges will be offered after that time under any circumstances.