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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Etude préliminaire des influences pédoclimatiques sur les caractéristiques quali-quantitatives du cépage aglianico dans une zone de la province de benevento-ltalie

Etude préliminaire des influences pédoclimatiques sur les caractéristiques quali-quantitatives du cépage aglianico dans une zone de la province de benevento-ltalie

Abstract

La nécessité de classer les vignobles d’une zone en fonction de la qualité de ses vins n’est pas récente, mais ce n’est seulement dans ces dix dernières années que les études sur l’aptitude de différentes zones à la culture de la vigne revêtent un caractère intégré et interdisciplinaire (Boselli, 1991). La définition de l’aptitude du milieu est ainsi obtenue en faisant interagir les informations climatiques, pédologiques, topographiques et culturales avec l’expression végétative, productive et qualitative des cépages. En Italie de nombreuses recherches ont été conduites sur les rapports entre cépage et environnement, bien que limitées aux régions du Nord (Scienza et al., 1990 ; Bogoni et Panont, 1992 ; Panont et al.. 1994 ; Falcetti, 1992 ; Falcetti et al., 1994 ; Fregoni et al., 1992 ; Reina et al., 1995 ; Campostrini et al., 1993). Cette étude a pour but de définir le niveau de vocation de quelques zones viticoles dans la province de Benevento, où l’on cultive le cépage Aglianico comme pour donner des vins ne vieillissant pas, afin de révéler les situations pédoclimatiques et culturales en mesure d’optimiser l’interaction cépage x environnement.

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Publication date: March 25, 2022

Issue: Terroir 1996

Type : Poster

Authors

M. BOSELLl (1), C. COLETTA (1), L. MOIO (2), A. MONACO (2), G. SCAGLIONE

(1) Istituto di Coltivazioni Arboree
(2) Dipartimento di Scienze degli Alimenti
Università degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”
Via Università 100, 80055 Portici (Italie)

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