Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will host a Winery Laboratory Procedures and Tests online workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 21 on the Zoom platform.
The cost is $250 per person, and participants may register at Winery Laboratory Procedures and Tests registration. Registration is limited to 12 participants.
This live, interactive workshop will cover the basic laboratory procedures commonly performed in winery laboratories. Live demonstrations hosted by Andreea Botezatu, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension enology specialist, Bryan-College Station, will be shown from the Arthur and Gaye Platt Wine Fermentation Lab.
“Participants will learn practical approaches, from setting up lab equipment to running the analyses and calculating the results as well as troubleshooting and other useful pointers,” Botezatu said.
“For each type of analysis, more than one method or piece of equipment will be presented with pros and cons. They can ask questions, and we will be happy to answer them. Links to instructional videos will be provided, and a list of equipment suppliers will be available. On top of that, for each type of analysis, I will briefly cover the theory and importance of that parameter.”