Latest Aroma of wine Stories
First-of-its-kind device imparts the benefits of aging almost immediately. Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 23, 2014 Dionysus Technology Concepts Inc.
A fly’s sense of smell could be used in new technology to detect drugs and bombs, new University of Sussex research has found.
The majority of wines are produced from around 20 different types of grape, all of which have their own typical aroma. This is due to the terpenes, a diverse category of chemical substances including cholesterol and estrogen.
A group of scientists have discovered that the smell of white truffles is largely produced by soil bacteria which are trapped inside truffle fruiting bodies.
For many animals, making sense of the clutter of sensory stimuli is often a matter or literal life or death.
Scientists from the Technische Universität München and the German Research Center for Food Chemistry performed a meta-analysis on the odorant patterns of 227 different food samples to try and understand why and how a certain food smells the way it does.
For decades, experts have claimed that people were capable of detecting 10,000 different odors, but new research appearing in March 21 edition of Science suggests that the actual number of scents detectable by the human nose is considerably higher.
Of all the different odors and smells floating around the globe, scientists say humans can only detect ten basic categories of scents.
Fruit flavors in wines are the product of complex interactions between the ingredients used in winemaking. Monroe, Washington (PRWEB) June 04, 2013 Winemaking
It’s easy enough to simply recognize that something smells like a strawberry, but it’s much more difficult to understand why something smells that way.