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By Andrew L. Waterhouse and Susan E. Ebeler (Eds.)

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content material: research, constitution, and reactivity of labile terpenoid aroma precursors in Riesling wine / Peter Winterhalter, Beate Baderschneider, and Bernd Bonnländer --
The contribution of glycoside precursors to Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot aroma : sensory and compositional reviews / I. Leigh Francis, Stella Kassara, Ann C. Noble, and Patrick J. Williams --
Methoxypyrazines of grapes and wines / M.S. Allen and M.J. Lacey --
comparability of alternative white wine types in scent profiles by way of instrumental research and sensory experiences / H. Guth --
risky compounds affecting the aroma of Vitis vinifera L. cv. Scheurebe / G.E. Krammer, M. Güntert, S. Lambrecht, H. Sommer, P. Werkhoff, J. Kaulen, and A. Rapp --
Yeast pressure and wine style : nature or nurture? / J.H. Thorngate, III --
Seasonal version within the construction of hydrogen sulfide in the course of wine fermentations / Kevin Sea, Christian Butzke, and Roger Boulton --
what's "Brett" (Brettanomyces) taste? : a initial research / J.L. Licker, T.E. Acree, and T. Henick-Kling --
Rationalizing the starting place of solerone (5-oxo-4-hexanolide) : biomimetic synthesis, identity, and enantiomeric distribution of key metabolites in sherry wine / D. Häring, B. Boss, M. Herderich, and P. Schreier --
Phenolic composition as concerning crimson wine taste / Véronique Cheynier, Hélène Fulcrand, Franck Brossaud, Christian Asselin, and Michel Moutounet --
results of small-scale fining at the phenolic composition and antioxidant job of Merlot wine / Jennifer L. Donovan, Julie C. McCauley, Nuria Tobella Nieto, and Andrew L. Waterhouse --
Why do wines flavor sour and consider astringent? / Ann C. Noble --
Characterization and size of aldehydes in wine / Susan E. Ebeler and Reggie S. Spaulding --
risky and odoriferous compounds in barrel-aged wines : influence of cooperage strategies and getting older stipulations / Pascal Chatonnet --
Detection of cork taint in wine utilizing computerized solid-phase microextraction together with GC/MS-SIM / Christian E. Butzke, Thomas J. Evans, and Susan E. Ebeler --
Flavor-matrix interactions in wine / A. Voilley and S. Lubbers.

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5) from that of the original wine. ch004 Table HI. 27 ug/L) and vanillin (45 ug/L) dissolved in water/ethanol (9 + 1,w/w, 1000 ml). The similarity of the model with the original Gewurztraminer wine was scored in a scale from 0-3:0= none; 1= weak; 2= medium; 3= strong. Mean value of 6 assessors. ch004 containing all odorants with OAV's > 10. The aroma of model C containing all odorants with OAV's > 1 was in complete agreement with that of the original Gewurztraminer wine. The latter result indicates that 29 odorants are necessary to simulate the overall flavor of Gewurztraminer wine.

Sefton, M. ; Williams, P. J. J. Sci. Food Agric. 1992, 59, 511520. Francis, I. ; Sefton, M. ; Williams, P. J. Am. J. Enol. Vitic 1994, 45, 243251. Francis, I. ; Tate, M. ; Williams, P. J. Aust. J. Grape Wine Res. 1996, 2, 70-76. Williams, P. ; Francis, I. L. In Biotechnology for Improved Foods and Flavors ACS Symposium Series 637; G. R. Takeoka; R. Teranishi; P. J. Williams and A. , 1996; pp 124-133. Abbott, N. ; Coombe, B. ; Williams, P. J. Am. J. Enol. Vitic 1991, 42, 167174. Abbott, N. A. PhD Thesis, University of Adelaide, 1993.

PLS extracts components that explain as much of the common variance as possible between the two sets of data. In the present study, the first two components accounted for 36% of the variance of the compositional data, and 46% of the variance in the sensory data. Figure 4a gives the component loadings of both the sensory data and the compositional data, on the first two components. Figure 4b shows the sample scores on these two components. Those compounds, identified by the codes given in Table IV, which are located close to the end of a sensory loading line can be considered to be positively correlated with that sensory attribute.

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