Loss of trans ‐resveratrol during storage and ageing of red wines

  title={Loss of
 ‐resveratrol during storage and ageing of red wines},
  author={Mani Naiker and Steve Anderson and J.B. Johnson and Janice S. Mani and Lara T Wakeling and Vincent W Bowry},
  journal={Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research},


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