Enzymatic methods in the wine laboratory are incredibly accurate, fast and safe, helping to generate important information about your wine to ensure the most informed decisions are made. Whether the methods are performed on a benchtop spectrophotometer or an automatic analyzer, understanding the equipment and materials you are working with is essential to getting the right result the first time. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always go to plan, so it’s important to understand what can be causing poor results and how to fix it.
Watch this presentation to learn more about:
- The equipment required for accurate enzymatic testing
- Sample pre-treatments to stop matrix interference
- An outline of standards and QC checks to gain confidence in results
- What to watch out for when getting poor results, and how to fix it
Testing Products Manager