Study regarding the sensorial and physico-chemical characteristics of certainwines produced in Romania

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LV
Written by Gratziela-Victoria BAHACIU, Lucica NISTOR, Daniela BĂDESCU

Romania is well recognized for the wine consumption, vineyards and for its specific important varieties of grapes. Accordingly to the statistical data (EUROSTAT), in Romania the gross grape annual consumption for 2008 was 5.532 kg / inhabitant and 25.379 l wine / inhabitant. The objectives of this study were to analyze by comparison certain types of wines from Romania in order to underline the influence of the raw material and technology on the total quality of the final product. For this, there were selected home made wines, ordinary wines and also superior wines, red and white. The investigated parameters were: alcoholic grade, total acidity and pH, total and reduced sugars, sulphur dioxide, superior alcohols content and also sensorial analysis of the wine samples.

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Bahaciu G. V., Nistor L., Bădescu D., 2012, Study regarding the sensorial and physico-chemical characteristics of certain wines produced in Romania. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LV, ISSN-L 2285-5750, 268-271.

 


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