Winemaking 101: Brettanomyces with Kathleen Inman

What is brettanomyces? Winemaker Kathleen Inman describes this form of yeast that can impart off flavors to a wine if present in a winery. She talks about how to prevent the spread of brettanomyces in a new winery and how she keeps it out of her final wines in the Russian River Valley. Ask a Winemaker visited Inman Family Cellars and Guest House on the first day of the 2013 Russian River harvest.

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