This study investigates how different pressing techniques impact on the sensory profile of Pinot Blanc wines sourced from different terroirs.
Proceedings of Terroir 2016
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- Social Constructs of Terroir: Tourism, Economics, and Cultural Ideals
- Plant Management across Different Terroirs
- Landscape and Environmental Sustainability and Biodiversity
- Terroir Zoning Techniques
- Understanding and Managing Wine Production from Different Terroirs
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he main goal of this research was to identify key aroma compounds linked with the maturity of grapes (ripe and overripe) and involved in grapes and wines with an intense dried fruits aroma. Odoriferous zones reminiscent of these aromas were detected by gas chromatography coupled with olfactometry (GC-O).
Rootstocks are an essential l management tool for diverse viticultural challenges. However, studies that combine sensory evaluation and compositional analysis of berries and wine, to determine whether the use of a particular rootstock in a terroir can influence wine quality are sparse.
Changes in the composition and extractability of flavonoids in Cabernet-Sauvignon: influence of site, climate and vine water status
The purpose of the study was to monitor berry development as a function of site, vine water status and climate in order to improve our understanding of the role played by climate change on secondary metabolites relevant to wine quality.