publication . Article . 2014

ALTERNATIVE OAK IN THE MATURATION OF WINES CABERNET SAUVIGNON

T. B. Hamm; R. A. G. Kohn; E. P. Pinto; L. Lucchetta; V. Manfroi; C. V. Rombaldi;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2014 Journal: Scientific Electronic Archives (issn: 2316-9281, eissn: 2316-9281, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universidade Federal de Rondonópolis
Abstract
The wine maturation with classic oak is a practice used for a long time, but recently the alternative means (fragments) has been used for its lower cost and practicality. In this study, the alternative wooden barrel was evaluated sit tested two types of oak fragment (chip and cube) and two doses (1 and 2 g L-1). The variables analyzed were as physicochemical characteristics and sensory analysis. The wines showed positive characteristics in general quality, highlighting the conditions of body / frame and wood notes. However, the dosage interfered significantly in the general quality. The "chip" alternative oak, dosage of 2 g L-1 resulted in excessive wood notes, ...
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free text keywords: wine, quality, ; oak fragment; chip, chip, fragment, oak, cube, General Works, A, oak fragment
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publication . Article . 2014

ALTERNATIVE OAK IN THE MATURATION OF WINES CABERNET SAUVIGNON

T. B. Hamm; R. A. G. Kohn; E. P. Pinto; L. Lucchetta; V. Manfroi; C. V. Rombaldi;