Defining a Style to Meet Consumer Demand
The article focuses on descriptive analyses done by the consumer-sensory research facility of the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre on Langhorne Creek Shiraz Cabernet. The analyses used eighteen descriptors to characterize the wines and based on the plot produced, a good variation was found in nine wines with some showing higher levels of cinnamon and cloves. In the chemical analysis of wines, it was found that Wine 9 2008 CDS has the highest alcohol content at 16% alcohol per volume.
Saliba, A. J., Thomas, J. B., & Potts, B. (2011). Defining a Style to Meet Consumer Demand. Grapegrower & Winemaker, October – Issue 573, 63–64.
- Published: Oct, 2011
- Type: Journal article
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