Hydrogen Sulfide Formation in Canned Wines Under Long-Term and Accelerated Conditions Austin Montgomery, Rachel B. Allison, Julie M. Goddard, Gavin L. Sacks Am J Enol Vitic. 2023 74:0740011 ; DOI: 10.5344/ajev.2022.22051 Earlier this year research was published that investigates some off-flavors that have beenreported in canned wines. This work comes from Gavin […] Read Moreabout Trouble with Canned Wines? Research shows how to avoid some off-flavors.
Author: Erin Norton
By: Erin Norton, Ph.D. This year, as a collaborative project, Randall Vos and the MGWII are conducting a berry maturity study across the state of Iowa and into Illinois. Several vineyards are sending weekly samples of grapes to the MGWII […] Read Moreabout Berry Maturity Project
The growing season is well underway, and it is time to start thinking about harvest. TheMidwest Grape and Wine Industry Institute has several tools for you to help gather data about:• What yield you can expect from your grapevines• When […] Read Moreabout Grape Yield Estimation and Fruit Sampling
Clarion The University of Minnesota Grape Breeding Program has made significant contributions and their releases could very well be considered the reason we have a wine industry in Iowa and the Midwest today. Interspecific cultivars such as Frontenac, Marquette, La […] Read Moreabout New Cold Hardy Grape: Clarion
Oxidation is a broad topic when it comes to wine. In terms of the fault, there are visual, aroma and flavor perceptions that can all be present,Read Moreabout Oxidation is on our Radar
In 2019 the MGWII secured a grant from IDALS Specialty Crop Block Grant Program for the proposal entitled “Development of a Signature Iowa Wine: Identification of Consumer Preferred Cultivars and Styles.” The idea behind the grant was to collect data […] Read Moreabout Development of a Signature Iowa Wine: Study Wrap-Up & Report