We depict the main features of five viticulture agroclimatic indices for 626 wine growing regions within 41 countries.
Climate has a predominant role on growth and development of grapevines. Therefore, climate change represents an important challenge to the winemaking sector.
Proposal for the development of a framework for a globally relevant wine sector climate change adaptation strategy
Climate change is impacting wine production in all parts of the world in highly variable ways that may change the expression of terroir, from rapid loss of viability right through to highly beneficial aspects that increase suitability
The Southern Oregon American Viticultural Area (AVA) consists of the Applegate Valley, Rogue Valley, Umpqua Valley, Elkton Oregon, and Red Hills of Douglas County sub-AVAs (Figure 1) that are some of the many winegrape producing regions found within the intermountain valleys along the west coast of the United States.
Climate influences viticulture and wine production at various scales with the majority of attention given to regional characteristics that define the general varieties that can be grown and the wine styles that can be produced.
Many of the world’s vineyard regions are located in regions of complex terrain, with the result there is significant local climate variation.
Variability of Tempranillo grape quality within the Ribera del Duero do (Spain) and relationships with climatic characteristics
The aim of this research was to evaluate the variability of ripening characteristics of the Tempranillo variety within the Ribera del Duero Designation of Origin (Spain) and it relationships with soil characteristics
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A fine-scale approach to map bioclimatic indices using and comparing dynamical and geostatistical methods
Climate, especially temperature, plays a major role in grapevine development. Several bioclimaticindices have been created to relate temperature to grapevine phenology (e.g. Winkler Index, Huglin Index, Grapevine Flowering Véraison model [GFV]).
Changing New Zealand climate equals a changing New Zealand terroir
Changes in bioclimatic indices in wine-growing region of Serbia are analyzed under the RCP 8.5 IPCC scenario.