Dr. Sibylle Krieger-Weber
Sibylle studied Food Science at the Universität Hohenheim, Germany, receiving her M.Sc.in 1984 for her work on malolactic fermentation in wine, and her Ph.D. in 1989 from the same institution for her dissertation entitled “Malolactic Starter Culture Preparations for Induction of MLF in Wine.” In 1990, she completed post-doctoral studies at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station/Cornell University, and was employed at Gewürzmüller GmbH Stuttgart until 1998. While at this institution, she was involved in the research, development and marketing of Bitec starter cultures for MLF, was the microbiological laboratory manager, manager of biotechnology R&D, and manager of the Bitec malolactic bacteria starter culture plant. In 1999, she joined Lallemand, where she has been since then the manager for wine bacteria R&D, responsible for coordinating malolactic bacteria starter culture research and development in-house and with research centres worldwide.
She also provides global technical support for bacteria and the entire oenological range.
THE SURPRISING CONTROL OF MALOLACTIC BACTERIA ON BRETTANOMYCES
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