Bruker has released an updated and enhanced version 3.1 of the Wine-Profiling module, part of the successful Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) FoodScreener platform.

Developed and validated together with Bruker’s wine analysis consortium partners, Eurofins Scientific Group and WineSpin-Analytics GmbH & Co. KG, as well as further partners from the wine industry and the field of wine research, the new 3.1 release fulfils market needs for an improved coverage of white wines in the three most recent vintages and for better coverage of certain regions, appellations and grape varieties.

Wine-Profiling by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance combines quality control and testing of authenticity in a unique way. The new module, now based on 19,000 reference samples (an increase of 46% from version 3.0) delivers easy and cost efficient analysis for quality and authenticity of samples regarding origin, variety and the addition of water.

The new 3.1 Wine-Profiling module now adds the following capabilities:

  • Verification of geographical origin by country for white wines (Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain) and for red wines (Chile).
  • Verification of special regions: Bourgogne (red, white), Languedoc (red), Rhone (red) and Loire (red).
  • Verification of certain appellations: Chablis (France) and Valpolicella (Italy), and one new grape variety: Verdejo (Spain).

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