Day 3 – Cool Climate Wine Styles

Day 3 – Cool Climate Wine Styles

Managing Cool Climate Styles

Explore some of the major challenges faced by growers and winemakers when producing wines in cool climate regions.

  • Get to grips with grapevine omics (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics…)
  • Select varieties for frost hardiness, and manage freeze-damaged vines
  • Optimise the ‘peppery’ aroma of Shiraz wines
  • Evaluate the effects of UV radiation and powdery mildew on grape berry proteins

Managing cool climate styles – Dr Bin Tian

Managing cool climate styles – Prof Ma Huiqin

Managing cool climate wine styles – Dr Pangzhen Zhang

Wine Sensory Evaluation

  • Gain an awareness of how the key senses are inter-related and influence wine evaluation
  • Join the debate on minerality in wine
  • Discover the influence of smell on mouth-feel in wines
  • Learn how to manage cultural variation when teaching sensory evaluation
  • Evaluate the importance of the timing of the riddling process in bottle-fermented sparkling wine

Wine sensory evaluation – Cherie Spriggs

Wine sensory evaluation – Dr Wendy Parr

Wine sensory evaluation – Elizabeth Tomasino

Wine sensory evaluation – M McKay

Wine Sensory Evaluation – Charles Spence

Oenotourism

Oenotourism – Natalia Velikova

Oenotourism – Rita Elrich

Oenotourism – Tim Clarke

Oenotourism – Victoria Stephens-Clarkson MW

The Competitiveness Of Cool-Climate Regions In Global Wine Markets

  • Explore the economic forces that affect the competitiveness of cool-climate regions in the marketplace.
  • Compare the economics of production in the English wine industry with that of other major cool-climate wine producing areas.

Competitiveness of Cool Climate Regions in Global Wine Markets – Stephen Skelton

Competitiveness of cool climate regions part one – Dr Debra Ingis

Competitiveness of cool climate regions part two – Dr Debra Ingis

Competitiveness of cool climate regions – Kym Anderson

The Challenges Involved in Developing Strong Regional Identities

Challenges involved in developing strong regional identities pt 2 – Dominic Buckwell 1

Challenges involved in developing strong regional identities pt 2 – Dominic Buckwell 2

Challenges involved in developing strong regional identities pt 2 – Mark Driver

Innovations in Cool Climate Wine Styles

  • Gain an awareness of wine styles that cool climate regions could adopt to improve wine quality, such as orange wine, appassimento, and méthode ancestrale
  • Discover the latest research and learn key practical steps in the production of innovative wine styles

Innovations in cool climate wine styles – Debra Inglis Icewine talk

Innovations in cool climate wine styles – Debra Inglis

Innovations in cool climate wine styles – Dr John Forrest

Innovations in cool climate wine styles – Engela Kitzinger

Innovations in cool climate wine styles – Prof Anna Katharine Mansfield

Advancements in Sparkling Wine Production

  • Learn new techniques for monitoring the press cycle
  • Better understand the influence of sugar solutions at dosage on aromas and foam stability
  • Taste new flavours in sparkling wines, made with Saccharomyces interspecific hybrids

Advances in sparkling wine production – Jenny Bellon

Closing Presentation

The closing session will bring this Symposium to an end, whilst looking forward to its next iteration.

  • Re-live the highlights of the event
  • Award the prize for the best poster
  • Discover who will be the next hosts of the International Cool Climate Wine Symposium

Closing Presentation – Jamie Goode