Tonnellerie 2000 (2023)

vignette
Data creators : Régis Gougeon [1], Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin [2]
Data collector : Arnaud De Boel [3]
Related person : Marianna Lucio [2]
[1] : Procédés alimentaires et microbiologiques (Université de Bourgogne)
[2] : Centre Helmholtz de Munich
[3] : Université de Bourgogne
Description :
Metabolomics of cooperage oak wood and barrel aged wines
Discipline :
food science & technology (applied biology - ecology)
Keywords :
Access details :
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General metadata

Data acquisition date : from 1995 to 2006
Data acquisition methods :
  • Experimental data :
    Non-targeted molecular analysis by ultra-high resolution mass spectrometry (FT-ICR-MS), in the lab of prof. Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, Helmholtz Center Munich
Update periodicity : no update
Language : French (fra)
Formats : application/vnd.ms-excel, text/csv
Audience : General, Community College, University: licence, University: master, Research, Informal Education, Amateur

Coverages

Taxonomic coverage :

  • Species
    Quercus petraea COL (Sessile oak), Quercus robur COL (Pedonculate oak)
Publications :
Additional information :
The “Tonnellerie 2000” experiment, set up in 1996, made it possible to bring together a sampling of cooperage wood unique to date, representing 12 pairs of species and geographical origins. A sessile oak barrel from the Tronçais forest is an example of a species-geographical origin pair. More information on sampling can be found here https://www.afs-journal.org/articles/forest/abs/2002/02/05/05.html#:~:text=https%3A// doi.org/10.1051/forest%3A2002004

Each of the 12 barrels corresponding to the twelve species-geographical origin pairs was then used to make different wines.
A first series of wine-making experiments was carried out during the 1998 harvest, with a red wine from the Mercurey 1er cru appellation and a white wine from the Beaune 1er cru appellation. A second series of winemaking experiments was carried out in 2002, with two red wines, one from the Gigondas appellation and the other from the Côte-Rotie appellation. In each case, the same wine was aged in twelve different barrels, representative of the twelve species-geographical origin pairs. At the end of aging, each of the barrels was bottled, and it is the metabolomic analyzes of these bottles which are the subject of this sheet.
Record created 1 Sep 2023 by RĂ©gis Gougeon.
Last modification : 4 Sep 2023.
Local identifier: FR-13002091000019-2023-09-01.

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