IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 International Terroir Conferences 9 Terroir 2006 9 Category: Terroirs and enhancement of the landscapes (Terroir 2006)

Terroirs and enhancement of the landscapes (Terroir 2006)

IVES Conference SeriesTerroir 2006Terroirs and enhancement of the landscapes (Terroir 2006)

Vineyard Landscape in Vale dos Vinhedos: Pressure and Protection

The region with Origin Indication Vale dos Vinhedos (IPVV) is located in the cities of Bento Gonçalves, Garibaldi and Monte Belo do Sul. It was established in November 2002, through an act of Instituto Nacional de Propriedade Industrial, according to Resolução INPI Nº. 75, of 2000, and Law Nº. 9.279 of 1996. The changes on the grape growing and wine making in the last 15 years, with the expansion of grapevines Vitis viníferas cultivation, the installation of several modern family wine companies, making wine with competitive quality, among other aspects, have enabled the implementation of concepts of Geographical Indications.

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IVES Conference SeriesTerroir 2006Terroirs and enhancement of the landscapes (Terroir 2006)

The sensory features of the landscapes

When someone watches a hilly landscape, the image beauty creates emotions and frames of mind not easily forgettable, but sometimes man’s intervention by means of soil movement and reduction of the natural biodiversity can significantly modify the landscape and consequently the above-mentioned emotions. One speculates if sensory appreciation of a wine may be strongly affected by psychological factor: landscape beauty.

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IVES Conference SeriesTerroir 2006Terroirs and enhancement of the landscapes (Terroir 2006)

Visualization of wine origin, quality level and terroir by the landscape

The communication of the aims of a viticulture under the premise of terroir is presently discussed in a lot of wine-growing regions around the world. To encourage this discussion the differences in knowledge, understanding, and preference concerning wine and landscape should be regarded more closely: the wine should be perceived as a representative of its region and one of the most characteristic features of a region is the landscape.

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IVES Conference SeriesTerroir 2006Terroirs and enhancement of the landscapes (Terroir 2006)

Application to the wine sector of European Convention on the landscapes

The landscape is defined by the European convention of the landscape (Florence, October 20, 2000) like part of the territory as perceived by the populations, whose character results from the action of natural and/or human factors and their interrelationships. This convention is based on the contribution cultural, ecological, environmental, social of the landscapes and aims at a reinforcement of the tools of protection and valorization in particular in the agricultural policies, of regional planning and town planning. Moreover, it encourages a step of identification and qualification of the landscapes and underlines the need for developing the sensitizing and the training of the actors concerned.

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IVES Conference SeriesTerroir 2006Terroirs and enhancement of the landscapes (Terroir 2006)

Identification of the agronomical and landscapes potentialities in “Côtes du Rhône” area (France)

“Côtes du Rhône”, like many other controlled appellation wine, represents high stakes in the economical, social cultural and historical domains. The scenery formed by vineyards reveals these cultural values. It offers by a pleasant and appealing environment for the inhabitants and the tourists. It is also a powerful marketing tool for the winemakers.

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