ethanol level of 13.5% were taken from the fermentation tanks before the clarification and filtration process. A Quantitative Descriptive Analysis of wines was assessed by ten trained assessors, and HS-SPME-GC-MS and physicochemical analyses were performed. The intensities of fruity (P < 0.01), citrus (P < 0.01), strawberry (P < 0.05), cooked fruit (P < 0.01) and floral (P < 0.01) aromas decreased when the level of polyphenols increased. Neither volatile compounds nor physicochemical analyses were significant in the two groups of wines.
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