António M. Jordão

Polytechnic Institute of ViseuPortugal

António Manuel Jordão is currently Associate Professor of Oenology at the Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Agrarian Higher School and member of the Chemistry Research Centre, Vila Real, Portugal. He graduated in Agro-Industrial Engineering and has a masters in Food Science and Technology from the Technical University of Lisbon. In 2006, he obtained a PhD in Agro-Industrial Engineering at the Agronomy Higher Institute of the Technical University in Lisbon. His research interests are phenolic compounds from grapes and wines, wine technology and in particular the topic of the wine aging process. Scientific editor of six books on oenology. Author/co-author of 45 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, 18 book chapters and 116 papers in scientific congresses. Member of the editorial board of several scientific journals, supervisor of several master theses in oenology and developed consultancy services to wine companies.

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The book "Grapes and Wines: Advances in Production, Processing, Analysis, and Valorization" intends to provide to the reader a comprehensive overview of the current state-of-the-art and different perspectives regarding the most recent knowledge related to grape and wine production. Thus, this book is composed of three different general sections: (1) Viticulture and Environmental Conditions, (2) Wine Production and Characterization, and (3) Economic Analysis and Valorization of Wine Products. Inside these 3 general sections, 16 different chapters provide current research on different topics of recent advances on production, processing, analysis, and valorization of grapes and wines. All chapters are written by a group of international researchers, in order to provide up-to-date reviews, overviews, and summaries of current research on the different dimensions of grape and wine production. This book is not only intended for technicians actively engaged in the field but also for students attending technical schools and/or universities and other professionals that might be interested in reading and learning about some fascinating areas of grape and wine research.

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