New Zealand Sauvignon blanc distinct flavor characteristics: Sensory, chemical, and consumer aspects

Abstract

• “Typicity”, in reference to a wine, is defined as “the qualities and flavor characteristics that can be expected from a region”. In turn, “region” can be defined as “a broad geographic area distinguished by similar features”. In a previous study, the authors found significant differences when comparing Sauvignon blanc wines from various regions within New… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lund2009NewZS, title={New Zealand Sauvignon blanc distinct flavor characteristics: Sensory, chemical, and consumer aspects}, author={Christine Lund and Marnie Thompson and Frank Benkwitz and Melissa Wohler and Cheryl Triggs and Robby Gardner and Hans Barron Heymann and Luis Guilherme C. Nicolau}, year={2009} }