Wine aroma response to different participation of selected Hanseniaspora uvarum in mixed fermentation with Saccharomyces cerevisiae published on Food Research International is mainly talking about what role do non-Saccharomyces yeasts play in wine making. It also has to mention that Xu Yinhu, senior engineer in wine and beer making of Angel Yeast Company made contributions to the shaping of this article and performed the experiments.
In recent years, wine making additives based on yeast derivatives have been widely used within the enological industry to improve wine fermentation and wine quality, includes inactive yeast, yeast autolysates, yeast extract, yeast cell walls and mannoproteins.
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a well-known contaminant found in some wines that have so-called reductive off-odors. H2S, described as ‘rotten egg-like aroma’, brings the biggest trouble to wine maker.
The first Angel micro-brewed beer training course was held in the baking center on July 10 and 11. Brewing Division invited Mike...