Effects of cofermentation and sequential inoculation ofSaccharomyces bayanusandTorulaspora delbruckiion durian wine composition

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This work investigated the effects of cofermentation and sequential inoculation of Torulaspora delbrueckiiBiodiva and Saccharomyces bayanusEC-1118 on chemical and volatile components of durian wines. Cofermentation and sequential inoculation resulted in higher production of ethanol (6.2% and 7.7% v/v, respectively) relative to the control (5.3% for S. bayanus and 5.8% for T. delbrueckii). Further, cofermentation and sequential inoculation produced higher amounts of acetyl esters and higher alcohols especially isoamyl alcohol and 2-phenylethyl alcohol than monoculture fermentation. Most endogenous sulphur volatiles, especially disulphides that impart a character-impact durian odour, declined to trace levels, but new ones such as thioesters were formed. Sulphur volatiles in the durian wines fermented by cofermentation and sequential inoculation accounted for 0.03% and 0.05% of total peak area. The study suggests that the use of S. bayanus in conjunction with non-Saccharomyces such as T. delbrueckii may improve the aromatic intensity and complexity of durian wine.

The use of S. bayanus in conjunction with non-Saccharomyces such as T. delbrueckii may improve the aromatic intensity and complexity of durian wine. Most indigenous sulfur volatiles especially disulfides declined to trace levels but the peculiar durian odour still remained.

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