Natural and cultured yeast – what difference does it make?

An important decision in the wine cellar is whether to use native or cultured yeast. In the Douro Valley in northern Portugal both types are used but for different wines. Oscar Quevedo from the Quevedo Wines Estate in the Douro explains the difference in the guest article: Using native yeast or selected yeast at Quevedo Wines in the Douro.

Fermenting grapes

Fermenting grapes, copyright BKWine Photography

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