Influence of wine composition on consumer perception and acceptance of Brettanomyces metabolites using temporal check-all-that-apply methodology

John Castura/ February 14, 2019/ Peer-reviewed Paper/ 0 comments

Brettanomyces spoilage in wine is due to the production of metabolites, which together create the distinctive ‘Bretty’ aroma and flavor profile associated with wine. The objective of this study was to assess the influence of three wine flavor matrices on consumer acceptance and the temporal sensory properties of wines containing high and low concentrations of Brettanomyces-metabolites. A commercial Shiraz red

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Brettanomyces metabolites using temporal check-all-that-apply

John Castura/ September 30, 2018/ Poster/ 0 comments

Brettanomyces spoilage in wine is due to the production of metabolites, which together create a distinctive ‘Bretty’ aroma and flavor profile. The objective of this study was to assess the influence three wine flavor matrices have on consumer perception and acceptance of wines containing high and low concentrations of Brettanomyces-metabolites. A commercial Shiraz wine was altered through additions of whiskey

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Do teenaged chocolate-flavored cereal consumers go cuckoo trying to do TCATA while eating Cocoa Puffs?

Sara King/ August 20, 2017/ Oral Presentation, Poster/ 0 comments

The feelings, tastes, flavors, and sounds elicited by ready-to-eat breakfast cereals in the mouth are perceived dynamically, and evolve within each bite, and over the multi-bite eating experience. Temporal check-all-that-apply (TCATA) is a temporal sensory method that extends the use of check-all-that-apply questions by allowing continuous selection of attributes based on applicability or noticeability. TCATA can permit characterization of the

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