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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Le aree viticole storiche nel mondo: i loro vitigni, la loro protezione e la tipicità dei vini in esse ottenuti

Le aree viticole storiche nel mondo: i loro vitigni, la loro protezione e la tipicità dei vini in esse ottenuti

Abstract

Il tema da trattare si riferisce ai vari ecosistemi viticoli mondiali, ovviamente non facilmente sintetizzabili in una relazione. Sostanzialmente si richiama, pertanto, ai terroirs. La definizione di terroir comprende i fattori naturali (vitigno, clima, suolo) e quelli antropici (pratiche viticole e enologiche) (fig. 1).
Nella prima parte della relazione si esaminerà la diffusione del vitigno nel mondo, nella seconda le modalità di protezione a livello mondiale e nella terza la tipicità dei vini di alcune zone storiche.

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Publication date: December 3, 2021

Issue: Terroir 2010

Type: Article

Authors

Mario Fregoni

Già Ordinario di Viticoltura all’Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore – Piacenza

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