How many merlots can you make? At some point, speculates Amit Dhingra, consumers are going to want something different.
Dhingra is a horticultural genomicist at Washington State University. His research focuses on sequencing genomes and then taking that information to produce better fruit. He recently told Voice of the Vine that “as tastes change, I think there will be more wines filling specific niches. People always want something new.
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