Wine Quality Indicators in Wine Quality Control Material

Test Material

Product Code
FCOH5-DRA13QC

Courier delivery

Material

T1387_AQC

Matrix

White Wine

Analytes

Volumic Mass at 20°C, Alcoholic Strength (real), Alcoholic Strength (apparent), Methanol, Ethanal (acetaldehyde), pH, Total Acidity (expressed as tartaric acid), Total Volatile Acidity (expressed as acetic acid), Chloride (expressed as NaCl), Ash, Colour Intensity, Total Sugars, Glucose + Fructose (sum), Citric Acid, Gluconic Acid, Lactic Acid, Malic Acid, Tartaric Acid, Glycerol, Dry Extract, Sulphur Dioxide (free), Sulphur Dioxide (total), Calcium, Copper, Iron, Lead, Lithium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc

Approx. Size

4 x 250 ml

When assessing wine quality an extensive amount of analysis is required. This can include a range of metals analysis, as well as nutritional elements, alcohol levels and congeners.

As a result, this proficiency test is designed to effectively challenge your current testing abilities across a full range of analytical techniques. Through these challenging test materials, key insights into your testing practices can be highlighted, to further maintain your test ability across a range of testing environments.

The continued consumption of wine across the globe has resulted in fierce competition between wine producers, with quality continuing to be a deciding factor of economic success. As a result, your testing ability across quality indicators provides valuable data for your customers when meeting their key strategic objectives.

Fapas quality control materials are useful to ensure ongoing assessment of your testing ability. This can ensure your testing measures are maintained between proficiency testing activities, and in turn any improvements can be actioned accordingly to safeguard the testing ability of your laboratories and staff. This can be through both instrumentation calibration and staff training activities.

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