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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 applicazione dei metodi isotopici e dell’analisi sensoriale negli studi sull’origine dei vini

applicazione dei metodi isotopici e dell’analisi sensoriale negli studi sull’origine dei vini

Abstract

Traceability of agro-alimentary products is very important to certify their origin. This work aimed to characterize wines obtained by the same cultivar (Nero d’Avola and Fiano) – grown in regions with different soil and climate conditions during three vintages (2003-2005) – employing isotopic analyses (NMR and IRMS) and sensory analyses. The effectiveness of stable isotopes ratios (D/H)1, 13C/12C and 18O/16O to assess the geographical origin of wines is affected by the natural variability of these parameters. Their usefulness in wine origin identification improves when they are used jointly. (D/H)1 and 18O/16O ratios depend on latitude but, in the meantime, 18O/16O is noticeably modified by the meteorological course during grape ripening. The most powerful ratios to discriminate between regions are (D/H)1 and 18O/16O (Versini and Monetti, 1996). The isotopic and the sensory analyses together allowed to distinguish wines from different regions.

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Publication date: October 6, 2020

Issue: Terroir 2010

Type: Article

Authors

Bonello F., Cravero M.C., Tsolakis C., Ciambotti A.

CRA-ENO Centro di Ricerca per l’Enologia. Via P.Micca 35, 14100 Asti, Italia

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Keywords

NMR – IRMS – sensory analyses – traceability

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IVES Conference Series | Terroir 2010

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