Biome Makers has participated this week in rethink Food, presenting "From Soil to the Bottles: an interactive look at the microbiome of wine."
Biome Makers has participated this week in reTHINK FOOD, the third year of this Annual Conference where food industry professionals, tech entrepreneurs, doctors, designers, and academics converge. It is celebrated November 4-6 in St. Helena, Napa Valley, CA, for the Culinary Institute of America and Mit Media Lab (MIT).
This event explores the intersection of innovation at food, technology, behavior, and design and renowned speakers discuss questions such as fermented foods and the microbiome, urban agriculture, food science for the greater good, eating for the ecosystem, and culinary confidence.
Adrian Ferrero, Co-founder of Biome Makers, and John Dimos, General Manager, introduce the next generation DNA sequencing technology to analyze bacteria and fungi in vineyards to provide risk management recommendations and solutions. The presentation “From Soil to the Bottles” is an interactive look at the microbiome of wine. This technology, WineSeq, is revolutionizing microbial and probiotic understanding and control in viticulture and oenology.