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Where is a good 2.0 generation wine app???
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Ornelas Feb 18, 2012.

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"Back in Italy...missed you all!"
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"Here's the label from one bottle actually saying the fermentation was stopped!"
Jan 7, 2010
João Vilar left a comment for Susannah Stewart
"Hi Susannah, Unfortunately I’m not the wine maker but I have asked him and I get something for you. Pedro Pereira Gonçalves said that: “Its true there are a lot of portuguese wines that not concluded malolactic fermentation.…"
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"Olá João, Firstly, happy new year! I have a question to you on the reasoning behind some Portughese reds stopping malolactic fermentation. A guide of red wines, that were tested at a consumer magazine over in your country, detected…"
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"Hi Susannah, If you can get up to Mendocino try to visit Fetzer Vineyards where they really practice the big picture with sustainability. Read Paul Dolan's book , "True To Our Roots." He is trying to incorporate the four types of…"
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"Hi Neal, Happy to connect! Unfortunately am not having alot of success realtive to true sustainablity in the wine industry. To-date, most is simply green elements realtive to farming processes. I would love to have more info on your product as if…"
Sep 25, 2009

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City
Firenze
Country
Italia
Wine Affilliation: Consumer or Trade
Consumer
About Me:
Personally vying to be the new "super tuscan"... just moved back to Italy as life is too short to drink imported wine (all the time).

Interested in researching methods to incorporate biodynamic principles beyond the vineyard an into process, packing, logistics, and customer experience enhancement activities.
Favorite Wine Website:
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Name your favorite wine or wine type:
Sassicaia, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Brunello, Rhone Valley in general
Most memorable experience around wine?
Blind tasting which included licking barrique wood and vineyard rocks to pin-point favs

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At 1:14pm on January 7, 2010, Susannah Stewart said…
Here's the label from one bottle actually saying the fermentation was stopped!

At 12:23pm on January 7, 2010, João Vilar said…
Hi Susannah,

Unfortunately I’m not the wine maker but I have asked him and I get something for you.

Pedro Pereira Gonçalves said that:

“Its true there are a lot of portuguese wines that not concluded malolactic fermentation. For the most part of the cases or in almost all the cases its not intentional, its because the winemaker doesnt have the right control of the level of malic acid, and they sulphur the wines before theu should. In Portugal when winemakers talk about that Malolactic its finished, the most part considered that is when malic is below 0,5g/L (the portuguese Labs to), but this means that the wine still have malic and the it could be degraded by lactic bactéria. Thats why when you see portuguese red wines or a lot of reds from different countries, that they dont have Malolacti fermentation completed, its because it still have just a small amount of malic.
Malolactic is completed when you have 0,0g/L of malic acid END POIT. If you have 0,1g/L or 0,5g/L or more the Malolactic is not completed, and if you do not filter the wine to 0,45micron or 0,2micro (cross-flow) you have the risk to have malo bacteria that in bottle with in the right Temperature, finish degrade the rest of malic acid.”

João now says: This represent one "point of view" maybe you can have other approaching's!

Regards, João
At 5:33pm on September 26, 2009, Neal Aronowitz said…
Hi Susannah,
If you can get up to Mendocino try to visit Fetzer Vineyards where they really practice the big picture with sustainability. Read Paul Dolan's book , "True To Our Roots." He is trying to incorporate the four types of capital. I am going to try to get out there myself next month.
Our company is fundraising at this time and we do not have a brochure. The high carbon footprint of glass is an overlooked part of the "green" equation for wineries. We are setting up a manufacturing model that is the future for the wine industry and sustainable American manufacturing.
Let me know if you hear anything interesting in this regard on your visits.
Neal
At 10:12pm on June 14, 2009, Gloria Bazan said…
Susannah
Will be great to meet you!
At 4:00pm on June 14, 2009, Peter Fanucchi said…
Hello Susannah,
I’m a bit rusty on the little Italian I ever knew but it’s a pleasure to suggest my wines not just to help sell them but because people discover some great rare stuff and tend to give great compliments!
Close---I can sell direct but... I actually do the hands on farming of our family's Vineyard and have a select portion of the fruit go to make my wine per "my specifications and direction," but I have no facility or visitor center/ Tasting room or store. I must take orders over the phone, or electronically. I can give you a vineyard tour if you really want to get out in a serious vineyard with soil and leaves… If you want to receive wine from me personally I must receive the order ahead of time and we could meet-- I hope it dosn't sound too complicated?

Peter
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At 10:38pm on June 13, 2009, Peter Fanucchi said…
Susannah Absolutely!
It's hard to find because there is so little of it but you must Try Fanucchi Vineyards Trousseau Gris (theirs only one vineyard of this grape in CA) and the Old Vine Zinfandel is very special too. See www.fanucchivineyards.com to find them.

Peter Fanucchi :-)
At 12:45pm on March 30, 2009, WineDineDivas said…
Hi Susannah,
Sorry we did not meant to tempt you too much, however Marbella and Rome are quite beautiful too. Fantastic, just let us know when are you coming to SB!
Cheers,
Judit & Corina
www.winedinetv.com
At 11:27am on November 18, 2008, Barbara Eden, Luxe Vintages said…
Hi - we have a great tasting planned for Dec 3rd at Ortanique with Lost Canyon wines!
At 10:00am on October 30, 2008, Randy Caparoso said…
Summa and acorn fed ham sounds good to me... lunch is in an hour here in Denver!
At 9:53am on October 30, 2008, dave potter said…
Hey Susannah,

Next time you are in town, I would be happy to express this place through wine to you...
 
 
 

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