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Effects of sewage sludge compost on volatile organic compounds of wine from Vitis vinifera cv. Red Grenache



Effects of sewage sludge compost on volatile organic compounds of wine from Vitis vinifera cv. Red Grenache



American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 55(4): 412-416



The effect of one application of sewage sludge compost on the volatile organic compound (VOC) composition of V. vinifera Red Grenache wines of 2 vintages (1999 and 2000) was investigated in southern France. The treatments comprised a control (no amendment); C10:10 tonnes compost fresh weight/ha, current recommended rate for amendment every year or every second year; C30:30 tonnes compost fresh weight/ha, intermediate rate; and C90:90 tonnes compost fresh weight/ha, maximal rate over 10 years.

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