Winemaking 101: On the use of sulfur in the vineyard and in the cellar in Alsace

Sophie and Maxime Barmes-Buecher of the eponymous, biodynamic estate in Alsace, France talk in detail about their use of sulfur in the vineyard to treat mushroom and rot as well as in the cellar to protect their white wines at filtering and just before bottling.

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Sophie and Maxime sat with Ask a Winemaker in Chicago in early 2014.

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