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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Utilización de los estudios detallados y muy detallados de suelos en la microzonificación vitícola

Utilización de los estudios detallados y muy detallados de suelos en la microzonificación vitícola

Abstract

Se justifica la utilización de los mapas de suelos detallados y muy detallados como instrumento fundamental en los estudios de microzonificación.
La zonificación vitícola a pequeña escala representa un avance significativo dentro de la zonificación y encamina su objetivo al estudio de la relación de los factores del medio con las distintas fases de transformación planta-vino.
En este sentido macrozonificación y microzonificación son complementarios. La macrozonificación permite caracterizar cualitativa y cuantitativamente las unidades vitícolas agroambientales sobre las que se desarrollarán los estudios de microzonificación a gran escala, o bien, por las distintas administraciones implicadas (calificación vitícola de unidades) a través de diseño de parcelas experimentales por unidades, o bien, por los viticultores (calificación vitícola de parcelas) mediante la microzonificación de sus parcelas.
La utilización de los estudios de microzonificación es multiple (tabla 3) y permite optimizar el seguimiento de la vid desde la preplantación hasta la producción de vinos de calidad y su importancia radica en el aislamiento y la caracterización de las unidades de manejo.

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Publication date: February 24, 2022

Issue: Terroir 2000

Type: Article

Authors

Vicente Gómez-Miguel, Vicente Sotés Ruíz

Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Agrónomos de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

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IVES Conference Series | Terroir 2000

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