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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 La zonazione in due zone viticole dell’emilia Romagna

La zonazione in due zone viticole dell’emilia Romagna

Abstract

Entre 1988 et 1995, dans la région Emilia-Romagna, deux zonages viticoles ont été complétés en zones assez differentes, soit géographiquement, soit par les conditions pedo-climatiques, soit par l’encépagement. À ouest de la région, en province de Piacenza, le zonage a considéré la Val Tidone, un vaste territoire de colline, compris entre 100 et 400 m d’altitude, avec les cépages Barbera, Croatina et Malvoisie de Candia aromatique; à est de la région, mais toujours dans une zone de colline, on a réalisé le zonage des vignobles appartenents au commune de Cesena (FO) où Trebbiano romagnolo et Sangiovese sont les cépages les plus importants.
Les “terroirs” des deux zones ont été caractérisés avec les études de la pédologie et du clima, alors que l’interaction génotype x milieu appliquée aux données productives et à l’analyse sensorielle des vins a permis de définire les aptitudes des milieux à la culture des differentes cépages.

 

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Publication date: March 2, 2022

Issue: Terroir 1998

Type: Article

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FREGONI M. (1), ZAMBONI M. (1), VENTURI A. (2)

(1) lstituto di Frutti-Viticoltura – Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore
(2) PiacenzaC.R.P.V. – Filiera Vitivinicola, Tebano (RA)

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