• I Nyoman Wiratnaya Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Bali
  • I Nyoman Rinala Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Bali
  • I Wayan Adi Darmawan Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Bali
Kata Kunci: Local fruit, fruit wine, organulatic test


Indonesia as a Tropical Country has a diversity of fruits with high aesthetic values,
recorded several fruits such as Pineapple, apple, orange, mango, jackfruit, papya,
rambutan, zalacca, and others. From the diversity of fruits that are many in Indonesia
are zalacca (Salacca). Fruit salak is a native Indonesian fruit that is remembered
by the community, including Balinese salak which is a type of zalacca which is
loved by the people because it tastes sweet, the fruit is thick and yellow, the seeds
are small and have small scales on the fruit skin. Salak products in Bali Province
continue to increase as souvenirs but can be processed into wine products. Sibetan
Village Karangasem Regency, Bali Province is famous for its salak Bali. According
to Suter (1988: 23) there are 10 local Balinese salak cultivars, among others, white
zalacca, granulated sugar, and salak bogor. Based on observations of fruit morphology
in the color of the physical arrangement of the shape and size of fruit, while salak
hut, jackfruit zalacca, pineapple bark, copying bark, coconut bark, and salak boni are
rather difficult to distinguish between salak one and the other salak. The most salak
produced in Karangasem Regency is Jackfruit snake with fruit characteristics that
have a round shape, medium size, blackish brown, milk-colored flesh, sweet flavor
rather tight and there is a smell like jackfruit. Salak is mostly produced in Karangasem,
precisely in Sebetan Village, the results obtained are abundant at the time of the salak
harvest, which are sold at a low price rather than being stored for a long time and
decaying. preserving it like zalacca into wine. Wine is a type of processed salak which
has a high selling price for other types of processed products. As well as covering
the international market because of the taste of wine that is commonly accepted by
consumers throughout the World. In general, people know that wine is made from grapes but salak can be made into wine known as Fruit wine. Fruit wine is a fermented
alcoholic beverage and all types of wine. an example of fruit wine is salak wine.
While in Cepaka Village in Tabanan Regency is a production of salak wine, whose
basic ingredients come from Sibetan, while the two ingredients are the same but the
results are different. Identifying the same problem with salak with different production
sites, the wine yield will be different. Problem Formulation: What is the wrong wine
characteristic produced in Karangasem Regency with salak wine produced in Tabanan
Regency?Types and Data Source Qualitative Data and Quantitative Data: Primary and
Secondary Data SourcesOrganulatic Test: Organulatic Test According to Hartle (2017:
78) describes the basic steps in assessing having 2 bases, namely: 1. Sweetness, 2.
Acidity (acidity), 3. Tannin (shoe), 4. Alcohol level (alcohol level), 5. Body (density),
6. Flavor and Flavor intensity (sense of intensity of feeling), 7. The final fin (long and
final). Whereas according to Robert Joseph and Margaret Rand (2000: 80) mention
there are 6 basic characters in assessing wine, namely 1. Fruit, 2. Alcohol, 3. Acidity
(acidity), 4. Sweetness (sweetness), 5. Tannin ( tight), 6. Body (density)