Winning Wines Under Scrutiny
Chemical profiles link production methods with characteristic flavors
Stephanie Sutton |
Pinot noir wines all start off with Pinot noir grapes, and yet there is great variation in color and taste. To find out why, a team of analytical scientists from the University of Helsinki embarked upon research (that was in no way enjoyable) to analyze the chemical profiles of eight Pinot noir wines from across the world. They were able to determine some of the finer processing points, such as which sugars had been added and whether sulfur dioxide was added to prevent the wine from oxidizing.
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