Wine Screening Solution Attracts Interest at ANUGA
The Bruker booth at this years Anuga FoodTec – an international trade fair for food and drink technology – was the location for the launch of the new NMR-based wine screening solution.
As well as attendees of the show, selected customers in the German wine industry were invited to come along and discover for themselves how revolutionary the process could be to their existing methods.
The first generation of the solution offers a non-targeted model for German wines, with the targeted model being suitable for any wine worldwide.
Delegates enjoyed a glass of Riesling wine from Baden, as well as apple juice from Karlsruhe, as they were introduced to the new system. With minimal sample preparation the WineScreener quantifies 25 relevant components in a single experiment and automatically generates a final report.
Many were very impressed by the large number of parameters the system automatically delivers with just one touch of a button – bringing a completely new level of cost efficiency to wine analysis.
The Bruker booth also featured complementary technologies from Bruker’s wider range, including the Minispec (TD-NMR), and Near Infrared (FT-NIR) solutions the new Tango spectrometer and the MPA (Multi Purpose Analyser).