COPYRIGHT YEAR

2014

AUTHORS

Er-na Li, Kai-ye Deng

TITLE

Study on Preparation of Low Alcoholic Wine from Tomato

ABSTRACT

Tomato is the most popular fruit in the world and the largest tomato growing field is in China. In the present study, tomato juice was used as raw material, which is available in the region were selected for wine production. The conditions for inoculums concentration, fermentation temperature, and initial sugar degree were optimized. The results showed that the tomato juices were similar to grape juice in terms of sugar and acidity. After fermentation, the ethanol concentration was 6–7 % w/v. Enzymatic hydrolysis and fermentation conditions were optimized for producing tomato low alcohol wine. The results demonstrated that the pectase amount 2 %, temperature 50 °C, and enzymolysis period 4 h, initial sugar content 15 %, inoculums size of yeast 5 %, temperature 22 °C, fermentation period 7 days, and clarified agents amount 5 mL. The alcohol content of tomato wine was 6-7 degrees with similar sugar content and acidity of the tomato juice. The product was clear, no precipitation, and in good flavor.

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