Primary and secondary metabolites are major components of grape composition and their balances define wine typicality
Proceedings of OENO IVAS 2019
From June 25th to June 28th 2019, the research unit in Enology, ISVV, University of Bordeaux, organized jointly the 11th symposium of Enology, Œno2019 and the 11th edition of In Vino Analytica Scientia IVAS 2019.
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Climate is considered one of the main factors that determines the aptitude of a specific location for growing grapes and producing high quality wine, being in that sense one of the main elements defining the concept of terroir
Adapting wine production to climate change through the exploration of the diversity of Vitis vinifera cultivars
Major factors involved in wine quality and typicity are soil type, climatic conditions, plant material (rootstock and cultivar), vineyard management practices and winemaking conditions.