Special Issue "Sparkling Wine"
A special issue of Beverages (ISSN 2306-5710).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2019
Prof. Richard Marchal
Sparkling wines are currently experiencing an increase in production and popularity worldwide, using diverse production methods and producing different wine styles, from a range of grape varieties. For this reason, sparkling wine research from the vineyard to the final wine, has intensified. This Special Issue intends to compile current research and revised information on sparkling wine, from viticultural effects on the final wine to winemaking topics, including yeast, base wine, sparkling wine chemical composition, second alcoholic fermentation, wine aging, aroma, sensory analysis, foam, and new varieties. Consumer-based studies are also welcome. Full articles, short communications and reviews are encouraged.Dr. Belinda Kemp
Prof. Richard Marchal
Manuscript Submission Information
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