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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 la caratterizzazione dell’areale viticolo “terre alte di brisighella”: aspetti metodologici e primi risultati

la caratterizzazione dell’areale viticolo “terre alte di brisighella”: aspetti metodologici e primi risultati

Abstract

La zonazione viticola rappresenta un importante strumento di indagine per valutare e interpretare le potenzialità produttive e qualitative di un territorio. Con l’obiettivo di studiare come l’ambiente influisca sulla qualità dell’uva nell’areale di Brisighella, sono stati monitorati, nelle annate 2007, 2008 e 2009, 14 vigneti per la varietà Albana e 38 per la varietà Sangiovese, rappresentativi di una area vitata di circa 1000 ha. Dallo studio è stato possibile ricavare i dati relativi ai parametri meteorologici e pedologici, con la produzione di 22 profili con relative analisi dei suoli; per ciascun vigneto sono stati effettuati rilievi agronomici e analisi dei parametri analitici sulle uve.

English version: Zoning is an important instrument to evaluate and interpret the potential production and quality of a terroir. As a result of the studies of how the environment can influence grape quality in the area of Brisighella, 14 vineyards of Albana and 38 of Sangiovese, representatives of at least 1000 ha of planted surface, were monitorized during 2007, 2008, 2009. Thanks to this study it has been possible to obtain metereological data and soil parameters, with the production of 22 profiles and specific soil analysis. For each vineyards agronomic data and analytical parameters on grapes were carried out.

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Publication date: October 6, 2020

Issue: Terroir 2010

Type: Article

Authors

L. Valenti (1), I. Ghiglieno (1), A. Gozzini (1), G. Nigro (2), Raimondi (3), G. Antolini(4)

(1) Università degli Studi di Milano, Facoltà di Agraria, Dipartimento di Produzione Vegetale, via Celoria 2, 20133. Milano
(2) CRPV, Centro ricerche produzioni vegetali, via Tebano 45, 48018 Faenza (RA)
(3) I.TER Soc. Cop., via Brugnoli 11, Bologna
(4) ARPA Emilia-Romagna, Servizio IdroMeteoClima, viale Silvani 6, 40122 Bologna

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Keywords

Production parameters – Analytical parameters – Climate maps – Geological and soil characteristics – Vocational area

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IVES Conference Series | Terroir 2010

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