Development of smoke taint in wine during bottle ageing


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Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 2, 2018

Title: Development of smoke taint in wine during bottle ageing

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Keywords: Adelaide, Africa, Aftertaste, Ageing, America, analysis, Aromas, ashy, Australia, Australian, Blanc, bottle, bottled., Bottling, Burnt, Bushfires, Cabernet, Canada, Centre, Character, characters, Chardonnay, Chemical, Chile, Closures, Combustion, Commercial, Composition, Council, cresol, Drying, Exposed, Exposure, Fermentation, Flavours, Fruit, glycoconjugate, Grape, Grapevine, Gris, guaiacol, Harvest, Influence, innovative, Intensity, Laboratory, Leaves, Malolactic, Management, Material, Maturity, Measured, Molecules, Palate, Phenols, Pinot, Plant, practices, Producers, Production, Research, Results, Sauvignon, Screwcap, Sensory, services, Shiraz, Smoke, smoky, South, States, Sugar, syringol, Taint, Techniques, tents, training, United, University, USA, Variety, Vineyard, Viticultural, Volatile, Wine, Winemaking, Wines, Woody, Yeast

Page Number(s): 15-18


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