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Enology Team


Enology Team (Food Science Department)
University "Alma Mater Studiorum" of Bologna 

Wine consumption is a worldwide phenomenon that affects both the national and the international market. Wine-bars worldwide offer wines from the old Europe, but also those from the new enology Countries: California, Chile, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. To enjoy a good wine, whatever the source, there is a need of a high quality raw materials, proper bottling, and storage and transportation of wine away from extremes of temperature.

Within the project "Food Supply Chain" we will consider the conditions of transport on physico-chemical and organoleptic characteristics of wine. It is well known that the conditions of storage and transport (e.g. temperature, pressure, vibration, duration) together with the type of packaging play an important role in preserving and enhancing the quality of the different types of wine. The variables that affect the system vary, hence the need to conduct simulated tests under controlled conditions to determine the optimum conditions of transport and to evaluate the effect of harsh conditions through appropriate monitoring of chemical and sensory properties wine.

The activity of the enology research group cover the chemistry, the technology and the sensory analysis of wine.

For more information contact Prof. Andrea Versari (andrea.versari@unibo.it) at the www.eng.disa.unibo.it

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