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The book Technology of Wine Production and Packaging Quality of Wine, Grape Maturity and Quality, Hydrogen Ion Concentration, Adjustments in Titratable Acidity and ph, Polyhydroxy Aldehydes, Ketones, …

The book Technology of Wine Production and Packaging Quality of Wine, Grape Maturity and Quality, Hydrogen Ion Concentration, Adjustments in Titratable Acidity and ph, Polyhydroxy Aldehydes, Ketones, and Their Derivatives, Contents of Alcohol & Extract, Wine Colour, Nitrogen Compounds of Grapes and Wines, Sulfur containing Compounds,Sulfur Dioxide as an Inhibitor of Browning Reactions, Anions, Metals & Cations, Sorbic Acid, Benzoic Acid, Dimethyldlcarbonate, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Principles of Fining, Polysaccharides, Protein Fining Agents, yeast Fining, Enzymes in Juice and Wine Production, Sanitation, Microbiology of Winemaking, Preparation of Cork for Shipment, General Laboratory Information, Grape based Fermentation Products, Packaging of Wine.

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  • 1. Technology of Wine Production and Packaging Click to enlarge Availability: In Stock ISBN Number: 9789380772417 Writer: Average Rating: Not Rated Qty: 1 BuyPay Now DescriptionAdditional ImagesReviews (0)Related Books Technology of Wine Production and Packaging The book Technology of Wine Production and Packaging Quality of Wine, Grape Maturity and Quality, Hydrogen Ion Concentration, Adjustments in Titratable Acidity and ph, Polyhydroxy Aldehydes, Ketones, and Their Derivatives, Contents of Alcohol & Extract, Wine Colour, Nitrogen Compounds of Grapes and Wines, Sulfur containing Compounds,Sulfur Dioxide as an Inhibitor of Browning Reactions, Anions, Metals & Cations, Sorbic Acid, Benzoic Acid, Dimethyldlcarbonate, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Principles of Fining, Polysaccharides, Protein Fining Agents, yeast Fining, Enzymes in Juice and Wine Production, Sanitation, Microbiology of Winemaking, Preparation of Cork for Shipment, General Laboratory Information, Grape based Fermentation Products, Packaging of Wine. QUALITY OF WINE • Clones • Climate • Terroir • Vineyard Yield • Maturity Sampling • Maturity Gauges • Sugar Per Berry • Sample Processing • Fruit Quality Evaluation
  • 2. • Mold and Mold Complexes Associated with Grapes • Penicillium and Aspergillus • Botrytis Cinerea • Factors Influencing Botrytis Growth • Botrytis Cinerea and Fruit and Wine Chemistry • Sensory Considerations • Quantification of Botrytis • Processing Considerations for Botrytis GRAPE MATURITY AND QUALITY • Grape Aroma Components • Soluble Solids in Winemaking • Conversion of Sugar to alcohol • Amelioration and Chaptalization • Monitoring Fermentation • Laboratory Measurements of Soluble Solids • Densimetric procedures • Hydrometry • Refractometry HYDROGEN ION CONCENTRATION • Organic Acid Content of Wine • Interactions of Hydrogen and Potassium Ions and Titratable Acidity • Hydrogen Ion Concentration and Buffers • Hydrogen Ion Concentration (Ph) Vs. Titratable and Total Acidity • Buffering Capacity • Sample Preparation and Reporting Ta Results ADJUSTMENTS IN TITRATABLE ACIDITY AND PH • Organic Acid Additions • Amelioration • Carbonate Deacidification • Double Salt Deacidification • Ion Exchange • Biological Deacidification • Malolactic Fermentation • Use of Selected Yeasts • Blending • Legal Considerations • Sensory Considerations
  • 3. • Sensory Considerations POLYHYDROXY ALDEHYDES, KETONES, AND THEIR DERIVATIVES • Reducing Sugars (Hexoses) • Glucose fructose Ratios • Pentoses • Sucrose • Polysaccharides (And Associated Instabilities) • Mute Production • Soluble Solids Vs. Reducing Sugar Values • Analysis of Reducing Sugars • Rapid Determination of Reducing Sugar • Invert Sugar Analysis CONTENTS OF ALCOHOL & EXTRACT • Yeast Metabolism • Fermentation • By products of Fermentation • Clycerol • Higher Alcohols (Fusel Oils) • Other Polyhydric Alcohols • Ester Formation • Methanol • Ethanol Production • Determination of Alcohol Content • Physical Methods • Ebulliometric Analysis • Hydrometry • Gas Chromatography • High Performance Liquid Chromatography (Hplc) • Chemical Methods • Dichromate Oxidation • Enzymatic Analysis • Extract • Extract Analysis • Densimetric procedures • Nomographs WINE COLOUR • Representative Grape and Wine Phenols
  • 4. • Nonflavonoid Phenols • Nnflavonoid Content of Juice • Nonflavonoids Derived from Fermentation and Extraction from Oak • Nonflavonoid Component Arising from Oak • Flavonoid Phenols • Flavan 3-ols (Catechins and Epicatechin) • Flavan 3,4-diols (Leucoanthocyanidins and Leucoanthocyanins) • Flavonols • Complex Phenols (Tannins) • Sensory Considerations • Anthocyanins/Anthocyanidins • Sulfite Bleaching • Temperature • Polymerization • Crape Cultivation and Processing Technology • Grape Phenols • Grape Maturity and Wine Phenols • White Wine Processing Considerations • Red Wine Processing Considerations • Crush Ing/Destemming • Steam Return • Tank Size and Shape • Temperature • Short Vating • Cold Soaking • Cap Management • Post fermentation Maceration Period • Controlled Aeration and the use of Sulfur Dioxide • Factors Contributing to Wine Color and Color Stability • Alternative Techniques for color extraction • Pectolytic Enzymes • Thermal Vinification • Oxidation • Enzymatic Oxidation of Musis • Oxidation of Wines • Carmelization • Maillard Reaction • Direct Phenolic Oxidation • Secondary Browing Reactions • Phenol Instability • Pinking in White Wines • Flavonol Haze • Ellagic Acid Deposits • Oak Barrel Components • Processing Considerations
  • 5. • Phenolic Taint • Resveratrol • Evaluation of Color By Spectrophotornetry • Tristimutus Color • Spectral Estimations of Red Juice and Wine Phenols • Spectral Estimation of White Juice and Wine Phenols NITROGEN COMPOUNDS OF GRAPES AND WINES • Effect of Vineyard Practices on Nitrogen Compounds • Free Amino Nitrogen (Fan)/Nitrogen Deficiency • Wine Proteins • Prefermentation Processing Considerations • Fermentation and Post fermentation processing considerations • Effect of Aging on Nitrogen Components • Sur Lie • Ethyl Carbarnate • Ureases • Effect of Protein on Wine Stability SULFUR CONTAINING COMPOUNDS • Sulfate • Sulfite • Hydrogen Sulfide • Elemental Sulfur • Redox State, Temperature, and ph. • H2s Formation By Yeast • Nutritional Status of Must • Organic Sulfur containing Compounds • Dimethyl Disulfide • Diethyh Disulfide • Mercaptans • Light Struck Wines • Other Sulfur containing Compounds • Vineyard Management • Hydrocen Sulfide and Mercaptans in Wine SULFUR DIOXIDE AS AN INHIBITOR OF BROWNING REACTIONS • Compounds That Bind With Sulfur Dioxide • Reactions With Acetaldehyde • Reaction with Pigments
  • 6. • Reactions with Sugars • Distribution of Sulfite Species in Solution • Bound and free sulfur dioxide • Yeasts • Bacteria • Sulfur Dioxide in Wine Production • Grape Processing Concerns • Cellar Considerations • Bottling Concerns • Sources of sulfur Dioxide • Sensory Considerations • Analysis of Free and Total Sulfur Dioxide • Ascorbic Acid • Modes of Action ANIONS, METALS & CATIONS • Copper • Sources of Copper in Wine • Copper instability • Ion and Phosphorous • Ferric Phosphate Case • Aluminium • Lead • Vineyard Soil • Vineyard Sprays • Wine Lees • Brass Fittings • Fining Agents • Bottles and Leaded Capsules • Metal Removal • Reactions of Metals and blue Fining Agents • Fluoride • Analysis of Metals SORBIC ACID Sensory Considerations BENZOIC ACID DIMETHYLDICARBONATE OXYGEN
  • 7. • Oxygen and Yeast Metabolism • Post fermentation Oxidation • Acetaidehyde • Sensory Considerations CARBON DIOXIDE • Sensory Considerations • use of Cases • Cuvee • Measurement of Carbon Dioxide PRINCIPLES OF FINING • Methods of Addition • Fining and Wine Stability • Summary of Important Considerations in Fining Bentonite • Preparation of Bentonite • Sodium Vs. Calcium Bentonite • Bentonite and Wine lees • Fermentation with Bentonite POLYSACCHARIDES • Alginates • Acaci (Gum Arabic) • Carbons • Carbons • Carbon catalyzed Oxidation • Silica Dioxide • Practical Considerations Regarding Silica Gels PROTEIN FINING AGENTS • Gelatin • Casein
  • 8. • Pasteurized Milk • Egg Albumen • Blood Albumen • Isinglass YEAST FINING • Polyvinylpolypyrolidone • Tannin • Metal Removal • Reaction of Metals and Blue Fining Agents • Ridding Aids ENZYMES IN JUICE AND WINE PRODUCTION • Clcanases • Pectinases • Macerating Enzymes • Color Extraction • Flavor and Aroma Extraction • Ultrafiltration • Future Developments • Wine Proteases • Laccases and Tannases • Glucose oxidase and Catalase SANITATION • Water Quality • Preliminary Cleaning • Cleaners (Detergents) • Alkalies • Sequestering Agents • Surfactants • Acids • Sanitizers • Chlorine based Sanitizers • Iodine • Quaternary Ammounium Compounds • Detergent sanitizer formulations • Sulfur Dioxide • Physical Sterilants • Cleaning and Sanitation Monitoring
  • 9. • Swab Tests • Direct Contact Tests MICROBIOLOGY OF WINEMAKING • Molds • Mold Growth in the Winery • Mold Growth on Packaging Materials • Yeasts • Yeast Morphology • Yeasts of Importance to the Winemaker • Film Forming Yeasts • Fermentative Yeasts • Saccharomyces Sp. • Attributes of Wine yeasts • Yeast Starter Preparation • Monitoring Starter Viability and Cell Number • Native Yeast Fermentations • Killer Yeasts • Immobilized Yeasts • Wine Bacteria • Acetobacter and Gluconobacter • Bacillus Sp. and Other Bacteria • Lactic Acid bacteria • Taxonomy of Lactic Acid Bacteria • Parameters Affecting Growth of lab • Processing Considerations • Lab Starters and Inoculation • Timing of Lab Inoculation • Monitoring progress and Completion of Mlf • Sensory Aspects of Malolactic Fermentation • Spoilage Resulting from Lab Growth • Polysaccharide Formation • Mannitol Taint • Acetic Acid • Acrolein Formation • Controlling Micobial Growth in Wine (A Summary) • Hydrogen ion Concentration (Ph) • Alcohol • Sulfur Dioxide • Sorbic Acid • Fumaric Acid • Carbon Dioxide and Pressure • Nitrogen Availability
  • 10. PREPARATION OF CORK FOR SHIPMENT GENERAL LABORATORY INFORMATION • Accuracy and Precision • Sampling and Storage Procedures • New Traditional Methods • Spectrometric Analysis • Enzymatic Methods • Atomic Absorption and Emission Spectrometry • Chromatographic Techniques • Mi. Standard Acid base Solutions • Standard Hydrochloric Acid Solutions • Diagnostic Procedures • Identification of Hazes and Precipitates • Crystalline Deposits • Tartrate Deposits • Potassium Bitartrate • Calcium Tartrate • Calcium Oxalate • Tartrate Test • Test for Potassium • Ph. Test for Potassium Bitartrate and Calcium Tartrate • Test for Calcium • Alternative Test for Tartaric Acid and Tannins (Silver Mirror Test) • Cork Dust • Fibrous Materials (Cellulose, Case Lint, and Asbestos) • Amorphous Materials • Protein/Phenolics • Alternative Test for Residual Protein • Fining Agents • Polysaccharides Pectins/Glucans • Pectin Instability • Glucan Instability • Starch Test • Diatomaceous Earth • Metal Instabilities • Potential Metal Instabilities (Prebottling) • Standard Laboratory • Procedures • Acetaldehyde Aroma Screen • AcetaldehydeEnzymatic/Spectrophotometric (Vis) • Acetaldehyde: Gas Chromatocraphic Determination (See Fusel Oils) • Acetaldehyde:Titrametric Method Using Sulfite Binding
  • 11. • Acetic Acid Gas Chromatographic Analysis • Acetic Acid hplc Analysis (Includes Glycerol and Ethanol) in Grape Juice • Acetic Acid Enzymatic /Spectrophotometric • Acetic Acid Steam Distillation of Volatile Acid using • Cash or Markham Still • Active Amyl Alcohol Cas Chromatocraphic Procedure • Alcohol See Ethanol and Fusel Oils • Alpha Amino Nitrogen(Fan); Spectrometric Determination • Ammonia (Ammonium ion) by ion Selective Electrode • Amorphous Materials: Visual Rapid Diagnosis of Protein, and Phenols, Pectins, Glucans, Starch, Diatomaceous Earth, Copper and Iron Compounds (See Diagnostics) • Anthocyanins: Spectrometic (Vis) Estimation (Phenols: Spectrometric Analysis of Juice/Wine) (Pigments Hplc Determination) • Arg 1 nine (Fan) Spectrometric (Vis) (Alpha amino nitrogen) • Aroma Sensory Evaluation • Aroma Sensory Evaluation (Alternative Procedure) • AsbestosMicroscopic Procedure using Methylene Blue (Diagnostics) • Bacteria: Isolation and Cultivation of Wine Microorganisms (Including yeast) • Examination of the Wine • Collection of Sample and Isolation of Microbes • Media and Reagents for Culture and Identification of yeasts • General yeast Media • Grape Juice, Wort, Malt, and yeast Extract malt Extract (Ym) Agars • Zygosacc/laromycesselective Media • Brettanomyces/Dekkeraselective Media • Wt and Wt differential Media • Yeast Sporulation Media • Media for Observation of Formation of Pseudomycelia • Identification of Microbtal Isolates • Media, Reagents and Supplies for Identification of Lactic Acid Bacteria • Modified Tanner vetsch Medium • Apple Rogosa Medium • Vaspar Plugs • Media for isolation of acetic acid bacterial • Acid Plates • Calcium Carbonate ethanol Medium • Modified Can Agar • Benzoic Acid Hplc Determination (Includes Sorbic Acid) • Benzoic Acid Spectrometric (Uv) Determination GRAPE BASED FERMENTATION PRODUCTS • Grapevines
  • 12. • Grape Cultivars • Red Cultivars • White Cultivars • Wine Regions and Appellation Control Laws • Wine Styles • Prefermentative procedures in the Vineyard • Grape/Leaf Surface Ratio • Harvest Criteria • Harvest Method • Prefermentative practices in the Winery • Crushing/Stemming • Maceration (Skin Contact) • Presses and Dejuicers • Clarification • Juice/Must Adjustment • Fermentation • Fermenters • Alcoholic Fermentation • Spontaneous Vs Induced Fermentation • Stages of Fermentation • Yeasts • Characteristics of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae • Factors Influencing Fermentation • Stuck Fermentation • Malolactic Fermentation • Lactic Acid Bacterial • Consequences of Malolactic Fermentation • Origin and Growth of Lactic Acid Bacteria • Prevention of Malolactic Fermentation • Postfermentative Practices • Clarification and Stabilization • Settling • Fining • Centrifugation • Filtration • Physico chemical Stabilization • Crystallization • Haze (Casse) Formation • Microbial Stabilization • Character Adjustment or Enhancement • Acidity and Ph Adjustment • Sweetening • Dealcohotization • Decolouration • Blending
  • 13. • Sur Lies Maturation • Maturation in Oak • Maturation/Aging • Bottles and Closures • Glass Bottles • Bottle Alternatives • Cork • Capsules • Distinctive Wine Styles • White Wines • Botrytised Wines • Types of Botrytised Wine • Non-botrytised Sweet white Wines • Red Wines • Recioto Style Wines • Carbonic Maceration • Sparkling Wines • Fortified Wines • Sherry • Port • Maderia • Vermouth • Brandy PACKAGING OF WINE • Packaging Alternatives Glass • Introduction • Traditional Glass Bottles • Advantages • Disadvantages • Lightweight Glass Bottles • Going Green • Results of Impact leading on the Outside Surface of a Wine Bottle • Consumer Perceptions • Examples of Lightweight Bottles in the Market Place • Recycled Glass • What is Recycled Glass packaging • Pet Bottles • Green • Logistics • Suitability • Recyclability • Consumer Perceptions
  • 14. • Pet Wine Bottles • Advantages • Disadvantages • Contemporary Packaging Alternatives • Tetra Pak Cartons • Tetra Pak Wine Cartons • Advantages • Disadvantages • Contemporary Packaging Alternatives • Aluminium Cans • Aluminium Cans • Advantages • Disadvantages • ContemporaryPackaging Alternatives • Bag in a Box • Bag in box • Advantages • Disadvantages

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