Impact of fruit-zone leaf removal on rotundone concentration in noiret

Laura J. Homich, Ryan Elias, Justine E. Van Den Heuvel, Michela Centinari

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Rotundone was recently identified as the compound that imparts the black pepper aroma in several winegrape cultivars. This two-year study aimed to identify the presence of rotundone in Noiret (interspecific hybrid of Vitis) and to determine the impact of fruit-zone leaf removal on rotundone concentrations in fruit and wine. The relationship between the intensity of black pepper aroma and rotundone concentration in Noiret wine was also explored. An undefoliated control (CON) was compared to a maintained fruit-zone sunlight exposure (MSE) treatment, where leaves were periodically removed from the fruit-zone. The influence of timing of fruit-zone leaf removal was assessed in a separate experiment by comparing preveraison leaf removal (LR) and postveraison leaf removal (PVLR) treatments. MSE vines had greater fruit-zone sunlight exposure compared to the CON throughout the season in 2015, both at the pre- and postveraison stages, but in 2014, only after veraison. PVLR increased fruit-zone sunlight exposure during ripening compared to LR in 2015 only. Rotundone could not be quantified in Noiret berries sampled before or at veraison (limit of quantitation = 0.16 µg/kg). Rotundone concentrations in harvested fruit and wines did not differ between treatments in 2014, but were significantly higher in MSE than in CON in 2015 (1.98 versus 1.28 µg/kg). PVLR temporarily increased rotundone concentration compared to LR, but differences disappeared by harvest. Black pepper aroma intensity, as determined by a sensory panel, was positively correlated (p = 0.023, r = 0.791) with rotundone concentration in wines made from imposed viticulture treatments, providing evidence that black pepper notes in Noiret are positively related to concentration of rotundone in the wine.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)447-457
Number of pages11
JournalAmerican Journal of Enology and Viticulture
Volume68
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Oct 1 2017

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Piper nigrum
fruits
Wine
black pepper
wines
leaves
Sunlight
solar radiation
odors
rotundone
Vitis
viticulture
vines
small fruits
ripening
cultivars

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  • Horticulture

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Impact of fruit-zone leaf removal on rotundone concentration in noiret. / Homich, Laura J.; Elias, Ryan; Van Den Heuvel, Justine E.; Centinari, Michela.

In: American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, Vol. 68, No. 4, 01.10.2017, p. 447-457.

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