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Foods, Volume 9, Issue 5 (May 2020) – 147 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) TDN is one of the key wine aroma components in aged Riesling wines. It has a kerosene/petrol odor, [...] Read more. TDN is one of the key wine aroma components in aged Riesling wines. It has a kerosene/petrol odor, which provides complexity to the wine bouquet. However, at high concentrations, TDN can evoke negative impressions due to the dominance of its aroma. Global climate change (increasing temperature and solar radiation) enhances the formation of TDN precursors in grapes and may cause an elevated TDN content in Riesling wines already after 2–3 years of aging. Our current article focused on studying the TDN sensory thresholds in wine (including rejection threshold), which helps to better understand the impact of TDN on a Riesling wine bouquet.View this paper.