Handbook of Enology: Volume 1 (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
656
Utgivningsdatum
2021-04-22
Upplaga
3rd Edition
Förlag
Wiley-Blackwell
Översättare
John Towey
Medarbetare
Towey, John (ed. & transl.)
Illustrationer
Color illustrations
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254 x 178 x 15 mm
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681 g
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1
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1368:Standard Color 7 x 10 in or 254 x 178 mm Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9781119584681
Handbook of Enology: Volume 1 (inbunden)

Handbook of Enology: Volume 1

The Microbiology of Wine and Vinifications

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As an applied science, enology is a collection of knowledge from the fundamental sciences including chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, bioengineering, psychophysics, cognitive psychology, etc., and nourished by empirical observations. The approach used in the Handbook of Enology is thus the same. It aims to provide practitioners, winemakers, technicians and enology students with foundational knowledge and the most recent research results. This knowledge can be used to contribute to a better definition of the quality of grapes and wine, a greater understanding of chemical and microbiological parameters, with the aim of ensuring satisfactory fermentations and predicting the evolution of wines, an7thd better mastery of wine stabilization processes. As a result, the purpose of this publication is to guide readers in their thought processes with a view to preserving and optimizing the identity and taste of wine and its aging potential. This third English edition of The Handbook of Enology, is an enhanced translation from the 7h French 2017 edition, and is published in print as individual themed volumes and as a two-volume set, describing aspects of winemaking using a detailed, scientific approach. The authors, who are highly-respected enologists, examine winemaking processes, theorizing what constitutes a perfect technique and the proper combination of components necessary to produce a quality vintage. They also illustrate methodologies of common problems, revealing the mechanism behind the disorder, thus enabling a diagnosis and solution. Volume 1: The Microbiology of Wine and Vinifications addresses the first phase of winemaking to produce an "unfinished" wine: grading grape quality and maturation, yeast biology then adding it to the grape crush and monitoring its growth during vinification; and identifying and correcting undesired conditions, such as unbalanced lactic and acetic acid production, use of sulfur dioxide and alternatives, etc. Coverage includes: Wine microbiology; Yeasts; Yeast metabolism; The conditions for the development of yeasts; Lactic acid bacteria, their metabolism and their development in wine; Acetic bacteria; The use of sulfur dioxide in the treatment of musts and wines; Products and processes acting in addition to sulfur dioxide; Winemaking; The grape and its maturation; Harvesting and processing of grapes after harvest; Vinification in red and white wine making. The target audience includes advanced viticulture and enology students, professors and researchers, and practicing grape growers and vintners.
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Foreword Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition Remarks Concerning the Expression of Certain Parameters of Must and Wine Composition Part I - Microbiology of Wine 1 Yeasts 1.1 Introduction 1.2 The Cell Wall 1.3 The Plasma Membrane 1.4 The Cytoplasm and Its Organelles 1.5 The Nucleus 1.6 Reproduction and the Yeast Biological Cycle 1.7 The Killer Phenomenon 1.8 Classification of Yeast Species 1.9 Identification of Wine Yeast Strains 1.10 Ecology of Grape and Wine Yeasts References 2 Yeast Metabolism 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Sugar Degradation Pathways 2.3 Regulation of Sugar-Utilizing Metabolic Pathways 2.4 Metabolism of Nitrogen Compounds References 3 Conditions of Yeast Development 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Overview 3.3 Production of Light by Acceleration of Charged Particles 3.4 Forces Acting on a Charged Particle by Electromagnetic Radiation 3.5 Fermentation Activators 3.6 Inhibition of Fermentation 3.7 Physicochemical Factors Affecting Yeast Growth and Fermentation Kinetics 3.8 Stuck Fermentations References 4 Lactic Acid Bacteria 4.1 The Different Components of the Bacteria Cell 4.2 Taxonomy of Lactic Acid Bacteria 4.3 Identification of Lactic Acid Bacteria 4.4 The Oenococcus oeni Species References 5 Metabolism of Lactic Acid Bacteria 5.1 Generalities-A Review 5.2 Metabolism of Sugars by Lactic Acid Bacteria 5.3 Metabolism of the Principal Organic Acids of Wine 5.4 Other Transformations Likely to Occur in Winemaking 5.5 Effect of the Metabolism of Lactic Acid Bacteria on Wine Composition and Quality References 6 Lactic Acid Bacteria Development in Wine 6.1 Lactic Acid Bacteria Nutrition in Wine 6.2 Physicochemical Factors of Bacterial Growth 6.3 Evolution of Lactic Acid Bacteria Microflora: Influence on Wine Composition 6.4 Microbial Interactions during Winemaking 6.5 The Importance of Bacteriophages References 7 Acetic Acid Bacteria 7.1 Principal Characteristics and Cytology 7.2 Classification and Identification 7.3 Principal Physiological Characteristics 7.4 Metabolisms 7.5 Acetic Acid Bacteria Development in Grape Must 7.6 Evolution of Acetic Acid Bacteria during Winemaking and Wine Aging, and the Impact on Wine Quality References 8 The Use of Sulfur Dioxide in Must and Wine Treatment 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Physiological Effects 8.3 Chemistry of Sulfur Dioxide 8.4 Molecules Binding Sulfur Dioxide 8.5 Practical Consequences: The State of Sulfur Dioxide in Wines 8.6 Antimicrobial Properties of Sulfur Dioxide 8.7 The Role of Sulfur Dioxide in Winemaking 8.8 The Use of Sulfur Dioxide in the Winery References 9 Products and Methods Complementing the Effect of Sulfur Dioxide 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Sorbic Acid 9.3 Octanoic and Decanoic Acids (Saturated Short-Chain Fatty Acids) 9.4 Dimethyl Dicarbonate (DMDC) 9.5 Lysozyme 9.6 Destruction of Yeasts by Heat (Pasteurization) 9.7 Ascorbic Acid 9.8 The Use of Inert Gases References Part II - Vinification Reflections on Global Taste and Typicity of Wines 10 The Grape and its Maturation 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Description and Composition of the Mature Grape 10.3 Changes in the Grape during Maturation 10.4 Definition of Ripeness-Concept of Vintage 10.5 Impact of Various Other Factors on Maturation 10.6 Botrytis cinerea 10.7 Conclusion References 11 Harvest and Pre-Fermentation Treatments 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Improving Grape Quality by Overripening 11.3 Harvest Date and Operations 11.4 Acidity Adjustments of the Harvested Grapes 11.5 Increasing Sugar Concentrations 11.6 Enzymatic Transformations of the Grape after Harvest 11.7 Use of Commercial Enzymes in Winemaking References 12 Red Winemaking 12.1 Generalities 12.2 Mechanical Processing of the Harvested Grapes 12.3 Tank Filling 12.4 Controlling Alcoholic Fermentation 12.5 Maceration 12.6 Draining Off the