The “Geoviticulture Multicriteria Climatic Classification (MCC) System” was developed to characterize the climate of the wine producing regions of the world.
An agroclimatic description of Aeolian archipelago viticulture area (Me), Italy is presented. Aeolian archipelago is located off the northeastern coast of Sicily and it includes the islands of Alicudi, Filicudi, Salina, Panarea, Lipari, Stromboli and Vulcano.
Viticultural climate effect on the sensorial perception of wines. Methodological elements for a modelling at a world level
The objective of this study was to develop a methodology capable of modeling the effect of viticultural climate on wine sensory characteristics.
This study examines the growing season climates of selected wine regions worldwide that have significant areas under Pinot noir.
This paper presents the results of an agroclimatic study of the viticulture area called DOC Monreale (Pa), Italy, which was carried out with the aim to supply a working instrument supporting viticulture planning.
Agronomic behaviour of a native grapevine cultivar from the North of Spain (Vitis vinifera L.) in a mountain viticulture area and in a coastal zone
A work involving the finding, the description and the recovery of old grapevine varieties from the north and north east of Spain was begun in the CSIC in the year 1987.
Climate influence on the grapevine phenology and anthocyanins content in wines from the Skopje vineyard area, Republic of Macedonia
The phenological stages and the content of the anthocyanins of non-irrigated cultivars Blatina, Vranec, Kratoshija, Prokupec and Stanushina were study
The effect of ecological conditions on the germination of pollen, fecundation and yield of some grapevine cultivars in Skopje region, Republic of Macedonia
The ecological conditions (climatic factors and soil) during the whole year, and especially before flowering and during the time of flowering, have a great influence on the functional ability of pollen, the pollination, the fecundation and the yielding potential of the cultivars of grapevine.
Phenology and maturation of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from young vineyards at Santa Catarina state, Brazil – a survey of vineyard altitude and mesoclimat influences
Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from recently planted vines in Santa Catarina State (Brazil), were sampled during ripening from the 2005 and 2006 vintages.
The Fregoni bioclimatic index (IF) considers the daily temperature range during the ripening month and the number of days with temperature below 10°C.
Irrigation of vineyards is a matter of controversial arguments at areas of high quality wine production. Besides, the effects of the water in the plant are closer related to the water availability than to the irrigation regime.