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Screening of gushing-relevant fungi in Europe
Gushing is an excessive overfoaming of carbonated beverages - like sparkling wine - causing great financial and reputational losses to the industry. Studies on our chair revealed infections of certain fungi on grapes to be a possible cause of gushing. To determine the occurrence of gushing-relevant fungi in European vineyards, we want to perform a screening for a period of two years. Therefore, we need grape and corresponding soil samples from different regions in Europe which are taken shortly before the harvest 2019. We thought about testing two varieties of white grapes and two varieties of red grapes. If anyone is interested in being part of this screening, we would be very grateful to receive samples from you.


Lisa Frisch
Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Chair of Technical Microbiology
Gregor-Mendel-Straße 4
85354 Freising

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Professeur Norbert Latruffe
Université de Bourgogne
Laboratoire Bio-PeroxIL
6, Bd Gabriel, F-21000 Dijon, France
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