Berry Color as an Indicator of Quality
Apr 2005 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Findings show that severely water-stressed vines yield juice with more color, while machine-pruning produces more color than hand-pruning.This year's Unified Wine and Grape Symposium featured an interesting session about the possibility of determining winegrape quality by measuring the color of the grapes. Some Australian wineries are using color as one of six parameters they evaluate when determining grower payment. Given that premise, the session speakers discussed whether there is indeed a co...
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