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ANTHOCYANIN PATTERN OF TEMPRANILLO WINES DURING AGEING IN OAK BARRELS AND STORAGE IN STAINLESS-STEEL TANKS

Eugenio Revilla, Jorge F. López and José-María Ryan

The anthocyanin fingerprint of Tempranillo wines made with grapes from two different vineyards of Rioja Alta has been studied by high-performance liquid chroatography during their ageing in oak barrels and their storage in stainless-steel tanks. The data were submitted to multifactorial analysis of variance, taking into account several factors: vineyard, age of wines, type of wine (free run wine and a coupage of free run wine and press wine), and type of container (oak barrels or stainless-steel tanks). The results indicate that both the length of ageing or storage and the vineyard where the grapes were grown affect the anthocyanin fingerprint of wines. The effect of the other two factors (type of wine and type of container) on the anthocyanin fingerprint of wines was quite low, despite the differences observed in several spectrophotometric parameters related to colour and phenolics. We recommend that you consult the full text of this document, which was published in European Food Research and Technology Germany, 2005, 220 (5-6) 592-596. Follow the link on the right to access this paper
Published on 22/08/2006
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