Special Issue "Alcoholic Beverages and Wood"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2021) | Viewed by 13661
Interests: grape; wine; sensorial analysis; fruit juices; consumer perception; sensorial acceptance
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Special Issue in Beverages: Recent Innovations in the Production of Sparkling Wines
Wood is linked to the production and aging of many alcoholic beverages like wine, beer, distillates (brandy, marc, rum, whisky) and in the past, to its transport. Nowadays, wood still offers a really important contribution to enology and to alcoholic production all around the world. Wood modifies the chemical and sensory characteristics of wine and alcoholic beverages, such as the color stability, polyphenol content, aroma, and taste. The relationship between wine and wood is the subject of actual debates of enologists and winemakers. Only oak and chestnut are authorized for wine by the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), but some studies have been carried out on other wood species with the aim to use them in wine and in other distilled beverages, like the Italian marc “Grappa”.
This Special Issue invites researchers to contribute via innovative studies on the complex relationship between alcoholic beverages and wood, including the effects on winemaking, conservation or aging, wood species as alternatives to traditional oak, use of wood pieces of various sizes and shapes (chips, cubes, staves, mini-staves), the effect of different toasting systems, wood containers of different capacities or shapes (oval or sphere), sensory or chemical studies, consumer evaluations, and possible defects correlated to the use of wood (Brettanomyces, hanisoles).Dr. Maria Carla Cravero
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- wood containers
- wood fragments
- alcoholic beverages
- sensory analysis
- volatile compounds
- spoilage microflora