It seems implausible that the geographical development of the vineyards could have been affected by a shift in the positions of the Earth’continents
The wine production is an important activity in many Ibero-American countries. The wine producer regions of these countries configure a large use of different climate types and viticultural climates.
The production of fine wines in the Sub-middle of the São Francisco River Valley, Northeast of Brazil, is relatively recent, about twenty-five years ago. This region presents different characteristics
Using multifactorial analysis to evaluate the contribution of terroir components to the oenological potential of grapes at harvest
The oenological potential of grapes at harvest depends on a combination of the major components of Terroir: the climate, the soil, the plant material, the training system and the crop management.
Mountain agriculture is made difficult by the geomorphological complexity of the territory. This is especially true for viticulture: over the centuries the work of men in such a difficult environment
Climate strongly affects the geographical distribution of grape varieties, grapevine cultivation techniques and wine organoleptic properties.