In the UK, wine consumption continues to grow year on year, as high quality products are sold at ever improving value to the consumer in a competitive and saturated market. This can put producers under pressure to create products at a lower price point - leading to underhand cost saving methods being used. This has a negative effect on quality of produce, through tactics such as chaptalisation, the addition of artificial colorants or acid additions.
Fera’s innovative methods can highlight these tactics via a plethora of
wine analysis methods. By utilising a multidisciplinary approach, Fera
can provide an overall snapshot of wine samples, evaluating their
quality against known and lesser known adulteration tactics. Overall
isotope ratio methods are used as the backbone of our wine analysis
capability, utilising UKAS accredited approaches to match your sample to
known datasets, showing us increasingly useful insights into the
product makeup - including geographical origin and basic composition.
These insights can verify the authenticity of your products,
strengthening your brand and putting your customers at ease.
Our other wine analysis methods, including illegal dye screening of prohibited dyes, give highly detailed reports with clear, useful conclusions for you to use to mitigate future risks to your wine supply chain integrity.
We help you protect the consumer as well as your brand image, all while making sure you can trace the product through your supply chain.
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