White wines of the Niagara region

Sara King/ September 26, 2004/ Poster/ 0 comments

The region of the Niagara Peninsula of Ontario Canada, has developed into a significant producer of varietal wines. New world winemakers are caught between the desire to produce imitations of the original examples of the varietal products and wines that express their distinctive terroir. The popularity of white wines, particularly Chardonnay, has led to its production in most of the region’s 80 wineries. This research examines the sensory properties of a selection of these wines compared to international products.

Findlay, C.J. (2004). White wines of the Niagara region. In: A Sense of Identity: European Conference on Sensory Consumer Science of Food and Beverages. September 26-29. Florence, Italy.


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