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Polyphenolic profiles detected in Armenian wine and table grape cultivars

Author:
Margaryan, K.S., Aroutionian, R.M., Melyan, G.H., Failla, O.
Source:
Acta horticulturae 2014 no.1032 pp. 139-144
ISSN:
0567-7572
Subject:
Vitis vinifera, cultivars, grape seeds, phenolic compounds, table grapes, table wines, wine grapes, Armenia
Abstract:
Grape (Vitis vinifera L.) is a phenol-rich plant, and the phenolics are mainly distributed in the skin and seed of grape. The polyphenolic profiles of ten wine grapes (‘Aldari’, ‘Areni’ clone, ‘Hadisi’, ‘Kakhet’, ‘Karmrahyut’, ‘Sev Kharji’, ‘Tozot’, ‘Muscat tuyl’, ‘V1’, ‘Burmunq’) and ten table grapes (‘Erebuni’, ‘Hayreniq’, ‘Karmir icaptuk’, ‘Podarok Rosii’, ‘99/1 Derei’, ‘Ararat’, ‘Ayvazyani muscateni’, ‘Hayastan’, ‘Muscat Yerevani’, ‘Shahumyan’) were determined and compared. The results indicate that ‘Aldari’ (3463.88 mg/kg of grape), ‘Karmrahyut’ (3143.31 mg/kg of grape) and ‘Tozot’ (1990.18 mg/kg of grape) traditionally used in Armenia as wine grapes, have the highest total phenolic content and the table grapes have the lowest total phenolic content.
Agid:
2937478