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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Comportement du cépage Mourvèdre dans l’aire d’Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée de Bandol

Comportement du cépage Mourvèdre dans l’aire d’Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée de Bandol

Abstract

L’Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée de Bandol couvre une superficie de 1365 ha dont 83 % sont plantés en vigne, la production annuelle étant de l’ordre de 40000 hl. Parmi les vins produits, on trouve essentiellement des rouges s’affïrmant avec le temps, mais aussi des rosés caractérisés par leur couleur pale, généralement orangée ; les blancs représentent une faible part de la production. Le cépage principal de cette A.O.C. est le Mouvèdre, d’origine espagnole, que l’on retrouve aussi en Provence et Languedoc. En fonction des exigences spécifiques de ce cépage, nous avons déterminé différents terroirs ; des parcelles caractéristiques de chacun d’eux ont été suivies par analyses physico-chimiques des sols et des sous-sols et par diagnostics foliaires durant plusieurs années. Ces analyses avaient pour but de pouvoir proposer une fertilisation adaptée à chaque terroir afin de favoriser l’obtention de raisins et de vins de qualité.

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Publication date: March 25, 2022

Type: Poster

Issue: Terroir 1996

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M. GARCIA (1), G. DE MONPEZAT (2), G. BRUN (1)

(1) I.N.P. ENSAT, 145 Avenue de Muret 31076 Toulouse cedex, France
(2) Centre d’Assistance Technique, chemin du Puits, 06330 Roquefort les pins, France

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