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Comparison of the volatile aroma components in noble rotted grape berries from two different locations of the Tokaj wine district in Hungary



Comparison of the volatile aroma components in noble rotted grape berries from two different locations of the Tokaj wine district in Hungary



Analytica Chimica Acta 513(1): 177-181



The most famous wine type of Hungary is Tokaji Aszu. Noble rotted botrytized (Aszu) grape berries and a specific vinification technology give it its unique delicious aroma and taste. The present work compares volatile aroma components of noble rotted Aszu grape berries from two different locations in the Tokaj wine district. Aszu grape berries have been soaked in 10% ethanol-containing water solutions and thereafter extracted with Freon 11.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.aca.2003.11.087


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