Jessica P. Rafson | Authors


Quantifying Smoke Taint in California Wines by Immersive Sorbent Sheet Extraction Prior to Direct Analysis in Real-Time Mass Spectrometry (DART-MS)

Measuring volatile phenols in wine is essential in ensuring superior wine quality. A new analytical technique, called solid-phase mesh-enhanced sorption from headspace (SPMESH), was modified with direct immersion (DI) conditions and coupled to direct analysis in real time–mass spectrometry (DART–MS) to be used to detect smoke taint in winemaking.