Winemakers selective about their yeasts

10/24/2007 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Wine drinkers are typically unaware of how yeast contributes to the style, feel and character of their favorite wine varieties. Some winemakers risk the unpredictability of wild yeasts for greater nuance and complexity, while others prefer specific yeast strains that provide greater control over the fermentation process.

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