Wine is a kind of fashion and healthy drink. Consumption of imported wine developed rapidly in domestic market, but more attention are paid on food safety. 9 kinds of different wine are collectedfrom eight countries, including America, Australia, Chile, Cyprus, Italy, France, New Zealand and Spain. A method for the determination of heavy metal （Pb, Cd, Cr, Sn, and Cu） in them by atomic absorption spectrometers （AAS） with high digestion is developed. The average mass concentrations of Cu, Pb, Cr, Cd, and Sn are 238.6, 81.8, 0.2, 0.7 and 13.8 μg/L, respectively. The average content of Cu element in wine is the highest; The average content of Cd element is the lowest. The method is rapid, accurate and sensitive. According to international standards Pb content in one wine samples exceed the standard level. And other elements were not exceeded. The experimental results provide a reliable experimental data for regulation of the Chinese imported wine consumption market.
The Food Industry
atomic absorption spectrometry method