Insights into the bacterial community and its temporal succession during the fermentation of wine grapes

  title={Insights into the bacterial community and its temporal succession during the fermentation of wine grapes},
  author={Hailan Piao and Erik R. Hawley and Scott Kopf and Richard DeScenzo and Steven Sealock and Thomas Henick-Kling and Matthias Hess},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
Grapes harbor complex microbial communities. It is well known that yeasts, typically Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and bacteria, commonly the lactic acid fermenting Oenococcus oeni, work sequentially during primary and secondary wine fermentation. In addition to these main players, several microbes, often with undesirable effects on wine quality, have been found in grapes and during wine fermentation. However, still little is known about the dynamics of the microbial community during the… CONTINUE READING
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