The (87)Sr/(86)Sr strontium isotopic systematics applied to Glera vineyards: a tracer for the geographical origin of the Prosecco.

@article{Petrini2015TheS,
  title={The (87)Sr/(86)Sr strontium isotopic systematics applied to Glera vineyards: a tracer for the geographical origin of the Prosecco.},
  author={Riccardo Petrini and Luigi Sansone and F F Slejko and Antonella Buccianti and P Marcuzzo and Diego Tomasi},
  journal={Food chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={170},
  pages={138-44}
}
Glera vineyards from the Prosecco wine district in northern Italy have been characterised in terms of the (87)Sr/(86)Sr isotope-ratio of musts from the 2010, 2011 and 2012 vintages, coupled with the isotopic analysis of Sr in the labile fraction of the soils of provenance. For a single vineyard, detailed Sr isotopic analyses were carried out in sequentially extracted soil fractions at three different depths, and in the grape components (skin, seeds, must and stem), in order to verify the lack… CONTINUE READING

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