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TitleFactors affecting extraction of adsorbed wine volatile compounds and wood extractives from used oak wood
Author(s)Coelho, Eduardo
Teixeira, J. A.
Domingues, Lucília
Tavares, Teresa
Oliveira, J. M.
Keywordswood sorption
hydrophobic adsorption
wine volatiles
wood extractives
wood ageing
Issue date15-Oct-2019
JournalFood Chemistry
CitationCoelho, Eduardo; Teixeira, José A.; Domingues, Lucília; Tavares, Teresa; Oliveira, José Maria, Factors affecting extraction of adsorbed wine volatile compounds and wood extractives from used oak wood. Food Chemistry, 295, 156-164, 2019
Abstract(s)During ageing, wood adsorbs volatile compounds from beverages. However, chemical interactions involved in sorption still remain unclear, as well as wood capacity to transfer such compounds to subsequent matrices when reused. Therefore, extractions were conducted from used wood manipulating variables such as ethanol concentration, contact temperature and pH, in order to determine their effect in the interaction and consequent recovery of wine volatiles from wood. Mathematical models were outlined, which demonstrated an exclusive effect of ethanol concentration on the extraction of wine volatiles adsorbed in wood, more prominent for compounds of higher hydrophobicity. Thus adsorption of wine volatiles was shown to be based on hydrophobic interactions. Recovery of wood extractives was also modeled, confirming the known positive effect of ethanol and temperature on the overall extraction of characteristic wood compounds. When reused, wood transferred wine compounds to hydroalcoholic matrices, demonstrating its impact and potential as a vector for aroma transference.
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