Effect van verpakkingsmateriaal op kenmerken droge witte wijn

11 december 2013

Researchers at the University of Ioannina in Greece studied the characteristics of white wine packaged in dark coloured glass and two commercial bag-in-box (BIB) pouches (low density polyethylene - LDPE and ethylene vinyl acetate - EVA lined).
Between the two plastics, the LDPE lined pouch showed a considerably higher aroma sorption as compared to EVA. Wine packaged in glass retained the largest portion of its aroma compounds. Sensory evaluation showed that white wine packaged in both plastics was of acceptable quality for 3 months versus at least 6 months for that in glass bottles. An article about the research is published in Food Chemistry.
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