Monthly Archives: October 2020

Articles published in IVES Technical Reviews in October 2020

2 articles were published in IVES Technical Reviews – vine and wine in October 2020, click to read more: How foliar application of vine-shoot extract onto grapevine could affect white must composition? Rosario Sánchez-Gómez, Eva. P. Pérez-Álvarez, M. Rosario Salinas, Ana Gonzalo-Diago, Amaya Zalacain, Teresa Garde-Cerdán How to measure and manage the soil effect in terroir expression.Sourced from the research article […]

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Articles published in OENO One in October 2020

13 articles were published in OENO One – vine and wine open access journal – in October 2020, click to read more: Wild grapevine (Vitis sylvestris C.C.Gmel.) wines from the Southern Caucasus region. David Maghradze, Gagik Melyan, Vugar Salimov, Ramazi Chipashvili, Monserrat Iñiguez, Pilar Puras, Elena Melendez, Ramón Vaca, Carlos Ocete, Diego Rivera, Concepción Obón, Jose Manuel Valle, […]

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Partner event – Enoforum Web Contest

Enoforum Web Contest is a global virtual competition, organized by Vinidea, giving the scientific community an opportunity to showcase innovative research to the wine industry. The winning research work will bring € 10.000 to the research fund of the main author. The deadline of 6 November 2020 is approaching for abstract submission to the EWC 2021, which already sees the participation of many researchers from various […]

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Become a high visibility partner!

You can become a high visibility partner for 10,000€/year and contribute by participating in the translation fees of papers published in IVES Technical Reviews (our technical journal published in 6 languages). We would like to thank Moët Hennessy, our first high visibility partner, who offered the translation of articles, published in 2020, into English. You can […]

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Using open source software in viticultural research

Many high quality Open Source scientific applications have been available for a long time.Some of them have proved to be particularly useful for carrying out the usual activities involved in viticultural research projects, such as statistical analyses (including spatial analyses), GIS work, database management (possibly integrated with statistical and spatial analysis) and even “low-level” often […]

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Valutazione dell’equilibrio vegeto-produttivo con metodiche di proximal sensing

Nel biennio 2008-2009, nell’ambito di un progetto multidisciplinare coordinato e finanziato dal Consorzio Tuscania, 4 vigneti in differenti zone della Toscana sono stati monitorati con strumenti di proximal sensing al fine di valutare la variabilità riscontrabile e ottenere delle indicazioni sulle risposte vegetative delle piante e quanti-qualitative delle produzioni.La creazione di mappe di NDVI (uno […]

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Development of a GRASS-GIS application for the characterization of vineyards in the province of Trento

The physical factors that influence the grape ripening include elevation, slope, aspect, potential global radiation, sun hours and soil type of the vineyards. Many of these features could be derived from Digital Elevation Models (DEM), using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). There are several commercial and open-source GIS-applications available and also the geodata are continuously increasing […]

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Use of hyperspectral data for assessing vineyard biophysical and quality parameters in northern Italy

A total of 39 study sites from 11 commercial vineyards located in two traditional growing areas of Northern Italy were identified for airborne hyperspectral acquisition in summer 2009 with the Aisa-EAGLE Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging Sensor.Field sampling campaigns were conducted during the airborne overflights and around harvest, collecting canopy structural parameters, leaf and canopy biophysical characteristics […]

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A multivariate clustering approach for a gis based territorial characterization of the montepulciano d’abruzzo DOCG “Colline Teramane”

The aim of the project was to characterize the Premium Denomination of Guaranteed Origin (DOCG) “Colline Teramane” wine-growing region and to delineate and define homogeneous zones (terroir units) within it, by applying a multivariate clustering approach combined with geomatics. The inventory, characterization and classification of the land resources included components of climate (temperature and rainfall […]

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Validation of phenological models for grapevine in the Veneto region

In this study we have compared the predictive ability of two phenological models: a traditional Thermal Time (TT) and a version of the more recently develop Unified Model (UM). Unlike TT, which quantifies the accumulation of heat units which trigger bud break and the subsequent development phases, the UM describes also the fulfilment of chilling […]

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