Lead in Wine
Jul 2003 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Another interesting research paper to cross my desk recently was published in the most recent Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research. In it an Aussie-American group of researchers studied the lead levels of juice and wine from two Australian wineries. Usually the lead levels in wine are quite low, generally well below 30 µg/L. Nevertheless, heavy metal contamination remains a serious topic. It is always good to increase the body of knowledge in this area.Creina Stockley et al, "Lead In Wi...
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