How to test SO2 and over 20 other key wine parameters in a few minutes – find out more at SIMEI
Visitors to the SIMEI wine trade show in Italy next week can learn about recent advances in analytical technology and how it can add value to the art of winemaking.
Representatives from FOSS will be at stand M09 and can explain how the WineScan SO2 with a time-to-result of a few minutes compares favourably with around 15 minutes per test with existing routine methods or much longer for laboratory reference methods. Results for free and total sulphur dioxide content are delivered to a computer screen alongside the many other (over 20) quality parameters provided by the WineScan analyser.
Sulphur dioxide is the most commonly measured parameter in winemaking. Regular testing is necessary to achieve optimal dosage in the winemaking process, to comply with regulations and to minimise usage of the preservative. More here about how rapid testing of sulphur dioxide (SO2) and other parameters is helping Italian wine producers to safeguard quality while streamlining laboratory operations.
Visitors to the FOSS stand can also learn about OenoFoss™ - a compact, simple-to-use analytical solution that measures multiple parameters of grape must, must under fermentation or wine in just two minutes.
Visitate lo stand M09
FOSS ITALIA Vi aspetta al Padiglione 09 - Stand M09
del 25° Salone Internazionale SIMEI 2013 dal 12 al 16 November
FOSS Italy Wine sales manager, Marco Gaimari: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wine market manager, Morten Olander: email@example.com