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Wine encapsulates the expression of multiple inputs – from the vineyard location and environment to viticultural and winemaking practices – collectively known as terroir. Each of these inputs influence a wine's chemical composition and sensory traits, which vary depending on cultivar as well as...
Red wine quality is determined greatly by phenolic substances whose presence relies on extraction of grape skins and seeds during fermentation. Monitoring phenolic behaviour is beneficial for fermentation management because of the importance of maceration during red winemaking and its influence...
Salinity, which is predominantly an issue for agricultural systems in arid and semi‐arid regions, has the potential to impair grape production and wine quality, and its impact on the grape and wine industries is predicted to increase with climate change. Research on the physiological and...
This review focuses on the considerable amount of research directed at defining microbial diversity in the vineyard and the subsequent contribution to uninoculated fermentations, with an emphasis on the effect of fungicide applications. From this research it is clear that there are many factors...
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