The association of agricultural products to a provenance or specific region (terroir) that imparts a typicaland unique sensorial profile is an important concept for providores of high value products, especially in the wine industry. Shiraz is one of the most widely planted grape varieties in Australia, considered as an iconfor a number of wine regions. The current project seeks to characterise the complex wine volatile composition through an untargeted metabolomics approach, to uncover the underlying patterns that distinguish premium Shiraz wines from different regions.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
|Event||Oeno (d'Oenoligie de Bordeaux) 2019/IVAS (In VIno ANalytica Scientia) 2019 - University of Bourdeaux, Bourdeaux, France|
Duration: 25 Jun 2019 → 29 Jun 2019
http://isvv-events.com/oeno2019-ivas2019/images/pdf/Abstracts%20book%20%C5%92noIVAS%202019-web.pdf (book of abstracts)
|Conference||Oeno (d'Oenoligie de Bordeaux) 2019/IVAS (In VIno ANalytica Scientia) 2019|
|Period||25/06/19 → 29/06/19|
Schmidtke, L., Li, S., Vrhovsek, U., Carlin, S., & Blackman, J. (2019). Unravelling regional typicality of Australian premium shiraz through an untargeted metabolomics approach. 398. Abstract from Oeno (d'Oenoligie de Bordeaux) 2019/IVAS (In VIno ANalytica Scientia) 2019, Bourdeaux, France.