Innovative tool for wine self-analysis
The Italian wine industry is known for its high-quality wines commercialised all over the world. However, there are still obstacles that threaten wine quality and cause economic losses for the producers. Brettanomyces is a genus often referred to as Brett that influences wine quality by affecting its flavour and scent. The EU-funded Self-Brett 2.0 project proposes an innovative instrument for wine self-analysis that is cost affordable, easy to use, fast and reliable. The innovative device detects Brettanomyces at any moment in the winemaking process without the intervention of specialised personnel or a laboratory. The project aims to develop and prepare the product for a successful launch on the European and global markets.
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