This study summarizes the results obtained from a systematic and long-term project aimed at the development of tools to assess the provenance of food in the oenological sector. In particular, ⁠87Sr/⁠86Sr isotope ratios were measured on statistically representative set of soils, vine branches and wines sampled in the production district of Modena, worldwide known for the Lambrusco wines production. The obtained data were used to build strontium isotopic maps able to objectively support the Lambrusco PDO wines origin as well as other products of the Modena district. Finally, a strong relationship was found between the ⁠87Sr/⁠86Sr isotope ratios of soils and vine branches on a large scale, highlighting and confirming once more the idea that plants can also represent an optimal sampling device to support geographical traceability.

Development of ⁠87Sr/⁠86Sr maps as targeted strategy to support wine quality / Durante, Caterina; Bertacchini, Lucia; Cocchi, Marina; Manzini, Daniela; Marchetti, Andrea; Rossi, Maria Cecilia; Sighinolfi, Simona; Tassi, Lorenzo. - In: FOOD CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0308-8146. - 255:(2018), pp. 139-146. [10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.02.084]

Development of ⁠87Sr/⁠86Sr maps as targeted strategy to support wine quality

Caterina Durante⁠
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Lucia Bertacchini⁠;Marina Cocchi⁠;Daniela Manzini⁠;Andrea Marchetti⁠
;
Maria Cecilia Rossi⁠;Simona Sighinolfi⁠
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Lorenzo Tassi
Membro del Collaboration Group
2018

Abstract

This study summarizes the results obtained from a systematic and long-term project aimed at the development of tools to assess the provenance of food in the oenological sector. In particular, ⁠87Sr/⁠86Sr isotope ratios were measured on statistically representative set of soils, vine branches and wines sampled in the production district of Modena, worldwide known for the Lambrusco wines production. The obtained data were used to build strontium isotopic maps able to objectively support the Lambrusco PDO wines origin as well as other products of the Modena district. Finally, a strong relationship was found between the ⁠87Sr/⁠86Sr isotope ratios of soils and vine branches on a large scale, highlighting and confirming once more the idea that plants can also represent an optimal sampling device to support geographical traceability.
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Development of ⁠87Sr/⁠86Sr maps as targeted strategy to support wine quality / Durante, Caterina; Bertacchini, Lucia; Cocchi, Marina; Manzini, Daniela; Marchetti, Andrea; Rossi, Maria Cecilia; Sighinolfi, Simona; Tassi, Lorenzo. - In: FOOD CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0308-8146. - 255:(2018), pp. 139-146. [10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.02.084]
Durante, Caterina; Bertacchini, Lucia; Cocchi, Marina; Manzini, Daniela; Marchetti, Andrea; Rossi, Maria Cecilia; Sighinolfi, Simona; Tassi, Lorenzo
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