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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Comportement de différents clones de Sauvignon blanc dans certains terroirs viticoles du Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Nord-Est de l’Italie)

Comportement de différents clones de Sauvignon blanc dans certains terroirs viticoles du Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Nord-Est de l’Italie)

Abstract

La réputation mondiale du Sauvignon blanc a amené les techniciens à se poser différentes questions sur la culture de cette variété : choix des localités les mieux adaptées, stratégies agronomiques les plus efficaces et techniques vinicoles les plus appropriées, pour faire ressortir son arôme particulier. Sans doute la région du Friuli Venezia-Giulia (Nord-est de l’Italie) réprésente un terroir viticole très important pour la culture de la cv Sauvignon blanc ; les différentes conditions pédoclimatiques permettent d’obtenir des produits très intéressants pour le profil aromatique. Toutefois la recherche viticole et œnologique a pour objectif actuel l’étude de différents clones pour évaluer leur adaptabilité aux conditions pédoclimatiques de la région afin d’optimiser l’expression des caractéristiques œnologiques et aromatiques en particulier. A ce propos, différents travaux (3, 4) ont clairement établi l’importance des facteurs “terroirs” et “système de culture” sur l’expression de la composition de la grappe et sur le comportement viticole de différentes familles clonales.

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Publication date: March 25, 2022

Type: Poster

Issue: Terroir 1996

Authors

F. BATTISTUTTA (1), E. CELOTTI (1), G. COLUGNATI (2), F. BREGANT (2), R. ZIRONI (1)

(1) Dipartimento di Scienze degli alimenti
Via Marangoni 97, 33100 Udine, Italia
(2) ERSA – Centra Pilota perla Vitivinicoltura – Via 3a armata 69, 34070 Gorizia, Italia

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