Oenology, behind the more visible social and convivial aspects associated with the consumption of wine and spirits, has great complexity due to the coexistence of countless different styles of artisanal products, linked to the diversity of places grapes are grown and wine is produced, and its global distribution. Premium wine is not a commodity. To scientifically support such complexity requires an extremely rigorous and diversified scientific expertise, capable of supporting the continuous improvement of processes and products that are developed, evaluated, and offered on international markets. Rigorous chemical and sensory analyses are essential to this continuous process of improvement, and for several decades now have regularly brought together a large community of researchers from multidisciplinary backgrounds to share, discuss, and harmonize their knowledge and experience of wines. The 12th edition of In Vino Analytica Scientia 2022 was held in Neustadt, Germany, in July 2022. The conference was attended by over 240 delegates, from 23 nationalities, who shared different aspects of wine and spirits research, with 9 key note lectures; 37 full talks; 36 short communications, and over 200 posters. This special issue is a collection of full papers from a selection of contributed oral presentations and posters presented at the conference

Mattivi, F.; Waters, E.J.; Fischer, U.; Durner, D. (2024). Symposium introduction: Recent progress and current challenges in wine analytical sciences. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY, 72 (4): 1849-1854. doi: 10.1021/acs.jafc.3c08086 handle: https://hdl.handle.net/10449/84115

Symposium introduction: Recent progress and current challenges in wine analytical sciences

Mattivi, Fulvio
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2024-01-01

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Oenology, behind the more visible social and convivial aspects associated with the consumption of wine and spirits, has great complexity due to the coexistence of countless different styles of artisanal products, linked to the diversity of places grapes are grown and wine is produced, and its global distribution. Premium wine is not a commodity. To scientifically support such complexity requires an extremely rigorous and diversified scientific expertise, capable of supporting the continuous improvement of processes and products that are developed, evaluated, and offered on international markets. Rigorous chemical and sensory analyses are essential to this continuous process of improvement, and for several decades now have regularly brought together a large community of researchers from multidisciplinary backgrounds to share, discuss, and harmonize their knowledge and experience of wines. The 12th edition of In Vino Analytica Scientia 2022 was held in Neustadt, Germany, in July 2022. The conference was attended by over 240 delegates, from 23 nationalities, who shared different aspects of wine and spirits research, with 9 key note lectures; 37 full talks; 36 short communications, and over 200 posters. This special issue is a collection of full papers from a selection of contributed oral presentations and posters presented at the conference
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2024
Mattivi, F.; Waters, E.J.; Fischer, U.; Durner, D. (2024). Symposium introduction: Recent progress and current challenges in wine analytical sciences. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY, 72 (4): 1849-1854. doi: 10.1021/acs.jafc.3c08086 handle: https://hdl.handle.net/10449/84115
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