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SMOKE TAINT IN RED WINE

Protocol to manage smoke taint in red wine.

Red wines are usually more sensitive to smoke taint due to the higher proportion of total glycoconjugates vinyl-phenols present in skins rather than pulp. During red wine production, skin contact time cannot be avoided thus shortening it and avoiding pectinase or glycosidase enzymatic additions is recommended...

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