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How to identify vintage wines by their chemical signature

Does every wine carry its own chemical signature and, if so, can this be used to identify its origin? Many specialists have tried to solve this mystery, without fully succeeding. By applying artificial intelligence tools to existing data, a team from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), in collaboration with the Institute of Vine and Wine Science at the University of Bordeaux, has succeeded in identifying with 100% accuracy the chemical mark of red wines from seven major estates in the Bordeaux region. These results, published in the journal Communications Chemistry, pave the way for potential new tools to combat counterfeiting and for predictive tools to guide decision-making in the wine sector.

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Source: UNIGE

Published on 01/17/2024
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