Quality Improvement of Campbell Early Wine by Mixing with Different Fruits

타 과실 혼합에 따른 국내산 캠벨 포도주의 품질개선

  • Published : 2007.08.31

Abstract

Moru (wild grape), blueberry, bokbunja (blackberry), and blackcurrant were mixed with domestic Campbell Early grapes to improve the quality of domestic wines made from the grape. The color of the Campbell wine was greatly darkened by mixing it with the fruits. The L-value of the wine color during fermentation was lowered from 34 to $6{\sim}13$ by mixing it with 20% bokbunja or blackcurrant. In addition, the a-value of the wine color during fermentation was lowered from 54 to $36{\sim}46$ by mixing it with 20% bokbunja or blackcurrant. The mixing of moru or blueberry also lowered the L- and a-values, but this darkening effect was not higher than that of the Campbell wine that was mixed with bokbunja and black currant. The polyphenol concentration of the wine was greatly increased by mixing it with black currant and bokbunja. The blackcurrant mixed wine had a polyphenol concentration as high as 1.87 mg/mL, whereas the wine made from the Campbell Early grapes alone contained only 1.02 mg/mL of polyphenols after 15 days of fermentation. A sensory evaluation showed that the quality of Campbell wine was the least favorable among different grapes, but its quality was greatly improved by mixing it with bokbunja, black currant, and moru.

Keywords

wine;grape;campbell early;color

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