Experimental approach for target selection of wild wine yeasts from spontaneous fermentation of “Inzolia” grapes

@article{Capece2011ExperimentalAF,
  title={Experimental approach for target selection of wild wine yeasts from spontaneous fermentation of “Inzolia” grapes},
  author={Angela Capece and Rocchina Pietrafesa and Patrizia Romano},
  journal={World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={2775-2783}
}
The aim of this research was the study of indigenous yeasts isolated from spontaneous fermentation of Inzolia grapes, one of the most widespread native white grapes in Sicily (Italy). The use of selective medium for the isolation and the screening for sulphur dioxide tolerance were useful for the first selection among 640 isolates. The yeasts characterized by high SO2 tolerance were identified at species level by restriction analysis of ITS region; although the majority of isolates were… CONTINUE READING

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