Phenolic compositions of grapes and wines from cultivar cAbernet Sauvignon produced in Chile and their relationship to commercial value.

@article{Cceres2012PhenolicCO,
  title={Phenolic compositions of grapes and wines from cultivar cAbernet Sauvignon produced in Chile and their relationship to commercial value.},
  author={Alejandro C{\'a}ceres and {\'A}lvaro Pe{\~n}a-Neira and Andr{\'e}s Galvez and El{\'i}as Obreque-Slier and Remigio O L{\'o}pez-Sol{\'i}s and Joan Miquel Canals},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={60 35},
  pages={8694-702}
}
The phenolic composition of wine depends on, among other factors, the grapes used to make it. In this sense, knowledge of the chemical composition of grapes and its association with the resulting wines is an important tool to determine if there is a relationship between the phenolic composition of grapes and the price that these wines obtain in the market. For this purpose, grape skins and seeds from the cultivar Cabernet Sauvignon from the central region of Chile, in 2009 and 2010 vintages… CONTINUE READING