Latest Aroma of wine Stories
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 4, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Association of Zinfandel Advocates (ZAP), a nonprofit dedicated to advancing public knowledge of and appreciation for American Zinfandel and its unique place in our culture and history, just unveiled its first version of the ZAP App.
Wine aficionados are better able to resist misleading advertising if they are provided with accurate sensory descriptors, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research.
As anyone suffering through a head cold knows, food tastes wrong when the nose is clogged, an experience that leads many to conclude that the sense of taste operates normally only when the olfactory system is also in good working order.
The use of an electronic smelling system capable of discriminating which tomatoes, melons or other products have a more attractive aroma is a particularly valuable aid for agro-food firms.
A real possibility does exist for developing a new generation of foods that make people feel full by releasing anti-hunger aromas during chewing.
Scientists may not be able to tell a good book by its cover, but they now can tell the condition of an old book by its odor.
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Wine Swirl LLC announces release of the most effective patented method of wine aeration. Wine Swirl(R) provides breakthrough results to wine lovers through its innovative aeration method.
When the nose encounters two different scents simultaneously, the brain processes them separately through each nostril in an alternating fashion.
FORT WORTH, Texas, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- A relaxing meal at 30,000 feet should be complemented by a signature glass of wine from a region of the world significant to that flight.
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