Wine contains so many odorants that all its olfaction-related perceptions are, inevitably, the result of the interaction between many odorants.
Monoterpenes are important aroma compounds in white wines. Many monoterpenes are chiral and the chiral forms have different aroma qualities.
The wide ampelographic heritage of the Italian wine grape varieties represents a richness in terms of biodiversity and potential market value.
New Insights into Wine Color Analysis: A Comparison of Analytical Methods and their Correlation with Sensory Perception
wo spectrophotometric methods are recommended by the Organisation Internationale de la vigne et du vin (OIV). The first is the method after Glories, were the absorbances at 420 nm, 520 nm and 620 nm are measured (OIV 2006a).
Sensory impact of sunburn in white wine and mitigation of climateinduced off-flavours by defoliation and application of reflecting particles on grapes
Climate change is a great environmental challenge with large impact on the Wine and sprakling wine industry. Heat waves and dryness cause frequent sunburn damage in white grapes
Sensory and chemical profiles of Cabernet Sauvignon wines exposed to different irrigation regimes during heatwaves
Heatwaves, defined as three or more consecutive days above average historical maximum temperatures, are having a significant impact on agricultural crop yields and quality, especially in arid or semi-arid regions with reduced water availability during the growing season.
Oral tribology receives growing attention in the field of food sciences as it offers great opportunities to establish correlations between physical parameters, such as the coefficient of friction, and sensory perceptions in the human mouth.