Development of Korean Red Wines Using Various Grape Varieties and Preference Measurement

포도 품종을 달리한 한국산 포도주의 제조 및 기호도 분석

  • Published : 2004.12.31

Abstract

Three dry red, four sweet red, and two white wines were prepared with domestic grape varieties: Gerbong (G), Campbell Early (C), Muscat Bailey A (M), Seredan (Sd), Seibel (Sb), and Neo-muscat (N). Sample wines were analyzed for titratable acidity, ethanol, pH, sugar content, color intensity and hue, and total phenolic content. Preferences of color, aroma, and overall acceptability were determined by 97 panelists using 9-point hedonic scale. Sweetness, sourness, astringency levels of developed wines were evaluated using 9-point just-about-right (JAR) scale. Mean overall acceptability score of C (6.49) was highest among dry red wines (p<0.05). Among sweet red wines, mean overall acceptability score of Sd (3.27) was significantly lower than those of other wines (p<0.05). In white wines, overall acceptability score of Sb (5.20) was slightly higher than that of N (4.92). Overall sourness levels in dry red wines were higher than optimum level. Based on the results, should be lowered, and sweetness and sourness levels of white wines need to be adjusted sweetness levels of C, G, and Sd for the production of sweer redwines. C and M varieties were considered to be suitable for Korean red wine production.

Keywords

Korean wines;grape variety;preference test;just-about-right scale

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