Science Of Wine

Guests: Rory Callahan President Wine and Food Associates New York, New York Thomas Henick-Kling Associate Professor, Enology and Microbiology Cornell University-New York State Agricultural Experiment Station Geneva, New York Susan Ebeler Assistant Professor and Assistant Analytical Chemist University of California, Davis Davis, California The technological and scientific advances of the last century that have changed the way we live, work, and play have also influenced one of the oldest and most revered art forms in history: the practice of winemaking. This hour, we'll discuss how scientists are pouring a better, and even healthy, glass of wine.

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