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Estimating the oxidability of wines quickly with analytical methods and voltammetry

Video of a case study in Tuscany on various viticultural practices - Oxyless project

Estimating the oxidability of wines quickly with analytical methods and voltammetry

Fabio Signorini, the consultant of the Cantina Sociale dei Colli Fiorentini (head of the Oxyless project) briefly explained the objectives of the project and Marco Puleo, the winery's oenologist, gave us more details on the production of the trial wines.

Francesca Borghini and Stefano Ferrari from the analytical service company ISVEA presented the results obtained in the evaluation of the oxidability of wines - red, sparkling white or rosé from Sangiovese grapes - in relation to different viticultural and oenological practices applied.

Piergiorgio Comuzzo, from the University of Udine, gave us insights on voltammetric analysis, its oenological potential and possible applications found within the Oxyless project.

To access the subtitles in English, just select the cogwheel at the bottom right of the video and select "subtitles" and "English".

If you are interested in the project, you can consult the website or contact Fabio Signorini at Cantina Sociale Colli Fiorentini.

Project financed within the framework of the Integrated Production Chain Project of the Region of Tuscany "Sangiovese, the territory, sustainability an innovative vision of cultivation for a sparkling production" in the Sub-measure 16.2 - Support for pilot cooperation projects OXYLESS - Management of the risk of oxidation in wines from Sangiovese grapes

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Published on 07/14/2021
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