BIO Web Conf.
Volume 9, 201740th World Congress of Vine and Wine
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||04 July 2017|
Content of metals and organic acids from experimental sparkling white wine
The University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Mihail Sadoveanu Alley, 3, Iaşi
2 Research Centre for Oenology of Romanian Academy – Iaşi Branch, Mihail Sadoveanu Alley, 9, Iaşi 700490, Romania
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This work is focused on the study of the influence of different strains of yeasts on the concentration of organic acids, metallic content, and other physical-chemical parameters from experimental sparkling white wines produced by traditional method (bottle fermented). This study was required due to climatic conditions varying from year to year, generating grape harvests with very high alcoholic potential, and very low values for total acidity. In this case, a Muscat Ottonel grape must was used and passed by a reverse osmosis process. The obtained permeate was mixed with a calculated amount of the concentrate to generate a must with a potential of 10.5% (v/v) alcohol, in order o to obtain the base wine for the second fermentation. After fermentation, the wine was treated to get tartaric, protein and microbiological stabilization. For the second fermentation four different strains of yeast species Saccharomyces cerevisiae were used. Bottle fermentation and storage was performed at a constant temperature of approximately 12 °C. After six months of storage, sparkling wine samples were analyzed. The metal content was determined using AAS method, and organic acid concentration was determined by a HPLC method. The main physical-chemical characteristics were determined (alcohol concentration, total acidity, volatile acidity, total dry extract, free SO2, total SO2, density, pH, conductivity) based on OIV methods. The results obtained indicated significant differences of the analyzed parameters.
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