Monthly Archives: October 2020

Articles published in IVES Technical Reviews in September 2020

3 articles were published in IVES Technical Reviews – vine and wine in September 2020, click to read more: Berry primary and secondary metabolites in response to sunlight and temperature in the grapevine fruit zone. Alain Deloire, Suzy Rogiers, Guillaume Antalick, Anne Pellegrino Leveraging the grapevine drought response to increase vineyard sustainability. Silvina Dayer, Mark Gowdy, Cornelis van Leeuwen, Gregory A. Gambetta […]

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Articles published in OENO One in September 2020

5 articles were published in OENO One – vine and wine open access journal – in September 2020, click to read more: Assessing grapevine phenological models under chinese climatic conditions. Xueqiu Wang, Hua Li, Iñaki García de Cortázar Atauri  Impact of 5-year bottle aging under controlled oxygen exposure on sulfur dioxide and phenolic composition of tannin-rich red wines.Angelita […]

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Caractérisation et valorisation des terroirs de l’appellation d’origine contrôlée Puisseguin-Saint-Emilion

Le terroir viticole, qui est la base de la délimitation des aires d’Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée, est une notion complexe dans laquelle sont en interaction la vigne, les facteurs naturels tels que le sol, le climat, ainsi que le facteur humain à travers les pratiques des viticulteurs. Le terroir conditionne la composition des raisins et ainsi […]

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Storia del prosecco e del suo territorio di produzione: un percorso di studi in continuo progresso

Nella realtà viticola Italiana il Prosecco è uno degli esempi più evidenti di un percorso storico che ha saputo valorizzare lo stretto legame tra vitigno e territorio d’origine.A partire dalla fine del ‘700, periodo nel quale le prime testimonianze riportano la presenza di questo vitigno nel luogo che ne ha dato fama e notorietà, diversi […]

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Synthesis of the contribution of the Giesco (group of international experts of vitivinicultural systems for cooperation) to the study of terroirs

Since 1998, the GiESCO (previously named GESCO: Groupe d’Etude des Systèmes de COnduite de la vigne) has provided the scientific community with relevant contributions to the study of terroirs. Here is a synthesis of the main terroir-related fields and the major ideas the GiESCO has developed: Basic Terroir Unit and climate, Vine Ecophysiology and microclimate […]

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Utilisation de données historiques pour caractériser le millésime en cours

Cet article propose la formalisation d’un modèle paramétrique pour représenter l’accumulation des sucres dans les baies de raisin durant la maturation. Le test de ce modèle sur des jeux de données réels a permis de valider l’approche proposée. Une seconde partie est axée sur l’adaptation de la méthode pour permettre la simulation du comportement du […]

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Collective management for landscape and biodiversity conservation in viticulture: The Life + BioDiVine project

Environmental awareness is globally rising among scientific community, politicians and general public. Biodiversity conservation is becoming a concern for farmers. Wine growers have to face new environmental challenges, both through new regulations but also for communication and marketing. Indeed customers and consumers are more and more demanding “green” products, and this also applies to wine. […]

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Conventions and methods towards landscape quality: an application in the Douro (Portugal)

Vineyards are one of the most recognizable icons of the Mediterranean landscapes and of its cultural identity. In Portugal, in the areas where the terroir are particularly adjusted to the vine culture (Appellation of Origin) important changes have been affecting the landscapes, as a result of both European Agricultural Policy and the international trade market […]

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The characteristics of strong territorial brands: the case of Champagne

While most brands belong to individual enterprises, some brands belong to groups of enterprises based in a single territory. This conceptual paper examines the characteristics of these territorial brands using the lens of the wine of Champagne in France. Employing a series of past studies the paper first explores the nature of the territorial brand […]

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