Survival of wine microorganisms after bottling

These authors found that, when a wine was bottled unfiltered, Saccharomyces yeast and acetic acid bacteria tended to die readily, whereas non-Saccharomyces yeast and lactic acid bacteria tended to survive in the wine for a long time. How long? How about 80 years!


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