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  • EFFECT OF PHENYLALANINE AND UREA FOLIAR APPLICATIONS TO TEMPRANILLO AND MONASTRELL VINES ON GRAPE AMINO ACID CONTENT DURING TWO VINTAGES EFECTO DE LA APLICACIÓN FOLIAR DE FENILALANINA Y UREA EN VIÑEDOS DE TEMPRANILLO Y MONASTRELL EN EL CONTENIDO DE AMINOÁCIDOS DE LA UVA DURANTE DOS AÑADAS
    GARDE-CERDÁN, Teresa1*; GUTIÉRREZ-GAMBOA, Gastón1; PORTU, Javier1; SANTAMARÍA, Pilar1; FERNÁNDEZ-FERNÁNDEZ, José Ignacio2; GUTIÉRREZ, Ana Rosa1; LÓPEZ, Rosa1; GIL-MUÑOZ, Rocío2 1 Instituto de Ciencias de la Vid y del Vino (CAR-CSIC-UR). Ctra. de Burgos, Km. 6. 26007 Logroño, Spain. Instituto Murciano de Investigación y Desarrollo Agroalimentario. Ctra. La Alberca s/n. 30150 Murcia, Spain 2 *Corresponding author: Teresa.GardeCerdan@gmail.com; teresa.garde@icvv.es

    The aim of this work was to study the influence of nitrogen (N) foliar applications on grape amino acid composition. The N sources applied to Tempranillo and Monastrell grapevine were phenylalanine (Phe) and urea (Ur). Control plants were sprayed with water. All treatments were applied in triplicate at veraison and one week later, during 2 seasons...
  • DETECTION OF SMOKE CONTAMINATION IN GRAPEVINE CANOPIES AND BERRIES USING INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY, NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY AND MACHINE LEARNING MODELLING DETECCIÓN DE CONTAMINACIÓN POR HUMO EN BAYAS DE VIDES USANDO ESPECTROSCOPIA DE INFRARROJO CERCANO Y MODELOS DE APRENDIZAJE AUTOMÁTICO
    FUENTES, Sigfredo1*; DE BEI, Roberta2; TONGSON, Eden1; RISTIC, Renata2; TYERMAN, Steve2; WILKINSON, Kerry2 1 School of Agriculture and Food, Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences. The University of Melbourne. Building 780 Ground Floor, Parkville 3010. Victoria. Australia. 2 School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, Waite Research Institute, the University of Adelaide, PMB 1 Glen Osmond 5064, South Australia, Australia. * Corresponding author: sfuentes@unimelb.edu.au

    Bush fires are becoming more frequent, severe and extensive due to changing climate and intentional fires. When bush fires happen to be close to vineyards, especially around veraison, smoke contamination of grapevines and grapes can occur, which is passed to the winemaking process producing smoke-taint in wines. At the moment, detection of contami...
  • EVALUATION OF TWO (VSP AND SPRAWL) TRAINING SYSTEMS ON CV TEMPRANILLO GRAPEVINES (VITIS VINIFERA L.) UNDER TWO SHOOT DENSITY LEVELS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF AGING WINES EVALUACIÓN DE DOS SISTEMAS DE CODUCCIÓN (ESPALDERA Y SPRAWL) EN CV TEMPRANILLO (VITIS VINIFERA L.) BAJO DOS NIVELES DE DENSIDAD DE PÁMPANOS PARA LA OBTENCION DE VINOS DESTINADOS A ENVEJECIMIENTO
    GARCÍA, Elisa*; LISSARRAGUE, José Ramón; BAEZA, Pilar G. I. de Viticultura. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid E.T.S.I.A. C/ Senda del Rey, s/n 28040, Madrid, España *Corresponding author: elisa.garcia@upm.es

    Two grapevine training systems, vertical shoot positioned (VSP) and sprawl, were compared for their effects on yield, must composition and polyphenolic evolution in Vitis vinifera L. cv Tempranillo grafted onto 140R. The trial was conducted during 2012 and 2013 in Albacete (Spain). Two levels of shoot density, low (LD) and high (HD) were stablishe...
  • COMBINED EFFECTS OF DROUGHT AND HIGH TEMPERATURE ON GAS EXCHANGE AND GROWTH OF MALBEC GRAPEVINES EFECTOS COMBINADOS DE SEQUÍA Y ALTA TEMPERATURA SOBRE EL INTERCAMBIO GASEOSO Y EL CRECIMIENTO DE LA VID CV. MALBEC
    GALAT GIORGI, Eugenia1*; KELLER, Markus2; SADRAS, Víctor3; PEREZ PEÑA, Jorge1 1 Estación Experimental Agropecuaria Mendoza. INTA. Mendoza. Argentina Department of Horticulture. IAREC. Washington State University. Prosser, WA, USA 3 South Australian Research and Development Institute. Adelaide. Australia 2 *Corresponding author: galat.eugenia@inta.gob.ar

    Drought and high temperature are important threats to plant growth and sustainable agriculture worldwide. Usually these two stresses occur together but quantifications of their combined effects on physiological responses of grapevines (Vitis spp.) are scarce. Our hypothesis was that water deficit, by reducing evaporative cooling, exacerbates heat ...
  • EFFECT OF NATURALIZED ROOTSTOCKS ON GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY OF SYRAH AND CABERNET SAUVIGNON UNDER WATER DEFICIT EFECTO DE PORTAINJERTOS NATURALIZADOS SOBRE EL CRECIMIENTO Y LA FISIOLOGÍA DE SYRAH Y CABERNET SAUVIGNON BAJO DÉFICIT HÍDRICO
    FRANCK, Nicolás1, 2*; AHUMADA, Mario1, 3; HARDY, Charlotte1; RIVERA, Natalia1, 3; MONTOYA, María4; WALLBERG, Britt1; ZAMORANO, Denisse1; ZURITA, Andrés4 1 Centro de Estudios de Zonas Áridas (CEZA), Universidad de Chile, km 45 Ruta D43, Coquimbo Chile. Departamento de Producción Agrícola, Facultad. de Cs Agronómicas, Universidad de Chile, Casilla 1004, Santiago, Chile. 3 Departamento de Agronomía, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de La Serena, Av. La Paz 1108, Ovalle, Chile. 4 Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias INIA Intihuasi, Casilla 73, Vicuña, 7500502, Coquimbo, Chile. 2 * Corresponding author: nfranck@uchile.cl

    Grapevine production in Chile is facing increasing water deficit problems related to aridization. We studied the use of rootstocks as a strategy for enhancing the performance of cv. Syrah (Sy) and Cabernet Sauvignon (Cs) grapevines under water deficit. Plants were grafted onto four naturalized grapevine genotypes (selected in hyper-arid zones of C...
  • VULNERABILITY OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTHERN WINE REGION OF URUGUAY VULNERABILIDADA LA VARIABILIDAD CLIMÁTICA EN LA REGIÓN VITÍCOLA DEL SUR DE URUGUAY
    FOURMENT1*, Mercedes, FERRER1, Milka, BARBEAU2, Gérard, QUÉNOL3Hervé 1 Facultad de Agronomía, Universidad de la República, Av. Garzón 780, CP 12900 Montevideo, Uruguay 2 UVV INRA Angers, 42 rue Georges Morel 49071 Beaucouzé, France 3 UMR6554 LETG CNRS, Université Rennes2, Place du recteur Henri le Moal 35043 Rennes, France *Corresponding author: M. Fourmentmfourment@fagro.edu.uy

    Over a wine region, the knowledge of climate variability is primordial to contribute to adaptation issues to climate change (CC). Interviews were carried out using the method developed in TERADCLIM Project to evaluate winegrowers perception of CC and ways of adaptation. The main results showed a clear perception of climate annual variability for t...
  • VINEYARD WATER STATUS ASSESSMENT BY NON-DESTRUCTIVE, PROXIMAL, NIR SPECTROSCOPY DETERMINACIÓN DEL ESTADO HÍDRICO DEL VIÑEDO MEDIANTE ESPECTROSCOPÍA NIR NO DESTRUCTIVA, CAPTURADA DE FORMA PRÓXIMA
    FERNÁNDEZ-NOVALES, Juan; GUTIÉRREZ, Salvador; DIAGO, Maria Paz* Instituto de Ciencias de la Vid y del Vino (Universidad de La Rioja, CSIC, Gobierno de La Rioja) Finca La Grajera, Ctra. Burgos Km 6. (26007) Logroño, La Rioja, Spain. * Corresponding author: maria-paz.diago@unirioja.es

    Assessing and mapping the spatial variability of vine water status within vineyards constitute a major challenge. An effective sampling system, capable of providing a large amount of accurate observations, is needed to define accurate irrigation decision-making. In this work, a new, proximal, non-destructive method based on NIR spectroscopy is pre...
  • PRECISION VITICULTURE: DETERMINATION OF THE VIGOR´S SPATIAL VARIABILITY AND ITS RELATION WITH VINE RESPONSE VITICULTURA DE PRECISIÓN: DETERMINACIÓN DE LA VARIABILIDAD ESPACIAL DEL VIGOR Y SU RELACIÓN CON LA RESPUESTA DE LA PLANTA
    FERRER, Milka1*; ECHEVERRÍA, Gerardo1; PEREYRA, Gustavo1; MARESCA, Agustina1; TISSEYRE, Bruno2 1 Facultad de Agronomía- Universidad de la República Uruguay, 2SupAgro Montpellier – Francia *Corresponding author: milka.ferrer39@gmail.com

    In order to consider the potential interest of precision viticulture in the specific conditions of Uruguay, an experiment was performed in two plots of 1.8 hectares in a commercial vineyard planted with Tannat (Vitis vinifera L.) variety and trained to Vertical Shoot Positioning (VSP) trellis system. The experiment was carried out over three conse...
  • IRRI-ALT’EAU – RECYCLED WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AS A LOCAL WATER SOURCE FOR GRAPEVINE DRIP IRRIGATION IRRI-ALT’EAU – UNE STRATEGIE DE GESTION DE L'EAU EPUREE COMME SOURCE D'EAU LOCALE POUR L'IRRIGATION GOUTTE-A-GOUTTE DE LA VIGNE
    ETCHEBARNE, Flor1*; ECHEGOYEN, Maia1+; PEREYRA, Gustavo1+; VAN-HOUTEN, Silvina1+; SIRE, Yannick1; ESCUDIER, Jean-Louis1; TORRIJOS, Michel2; WERY, Nathalie2; SANTACATALINA, Gaëlle2; PATUREAU, Dominique2; JAEGER, Yves3; GORAL, Brigitte3; RAMPNOUX, Nicolas4; OJEDA, Hernán1 1 UE Pech Rouge, INRA, 11430, Gruissan, France; 2LBE, INRA, 11100, Narbonne, France; 3Veolia Eau, 765 rue Henri Becquerel, BP 41246, 34965 Montpellier Cedex 2, France; 4Veolia Recherche et Innovation, "Les Docks" – Atrium 10.3 – 10 place de la Joliette BP 73315 – 13567 Marseille Cedex 02 – France. +Student intern. *Corresponding author: flor.etchebarne-marjotte@inra.fr

    The Mediterranean Basin is marked by a strong pressure on water resources, which could reach a critical threshold with the increase of the demand and the decrease of it availability, both linked to the population growth and climate change. However, the reuse of treated wastewater (REUSE), internationally used and recognized practice over the last ...
  • EFFECTS OF SOIL PHYSICAL CONDITIONS ON THE COMPOSITION OF TANNAT WINES EFECTO DE LAS CONDICIONES FÍSICAS DEL SUELO SOBRE LA COMPOSICIÓN DE VINOS TANNAT
    ECHEVERRÍA, Gerardo1*; GONZÁLEZ-NEVES, Gustavo2; FERRER, Milka1 1 Departamento de Producción Vegetal, Facultad de Agronomía, UDELAR 2Unidad de Tecnología de los Alimentos, Facultad de Agronomía, UDELAR *Corresponding author: gerardoecheverria5@gmail.com

    A new viticulture has been developing in Uruguay in the last years, in order to improve the quality of the wines and to increase the typicity generated by the terroir. For this purpose, several vineyards were planted outside the traditional viticultural regions. Many of the new vineyards were installed on shallow soils with lower available water c...
  • THE INTERACTION BETWEEN BIOTIC (VIRUS) AND ABIOTIC (DROUGHT) STRESSES IN GRAPEVINE INTERACCIÓN ENTRE ESTRÉS BIÓTICO (VIRUS) Y ABIÓTICO (SEQUÍA) EN VIÑA
    EL AOU-OUAD, Hanan1; POU, Alicia1; MONTERO, Rafael1; MEDRANO, Hipólito1; TOMÁS, Magdalena1; FLOREZ-SARASA, Igor2; RIBAS-CARBO, Miquel1; CIFRE, Josep1; BOTA, Josefina1* 1 Grup de Recerca en Biologia de les Plantes en Condicions Mediterranies, Departament de Biologia, Universitat de les Illes Balears, Carretera de Valldemossa Km 7.5, 07122 Palma de Mallorca, Spain 2 Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Am Mühlenberg 1, 14476 Potsdam-Golm, Germany *Corresponding author: j.bota@uib.es

    Water limitation is one of the major threats affecting grapevine production. At the same time, grapevines are highly subjected to different viruses from which Grapevine leafroll associated virus-3 (GLRaV-3) is one of the most widespread ones. The effects of virus infection, moderate water stress and its combination on main physiological processes ...
  • USE OF PROXY SENSORS TO CHARACTERIZE SPATIAL VARIABILITY ON AGROFORESTRY VINEYARDS UTILISATION DE CAPTEURS EMBARQUES POUR CARACTERISER LA VARIABILITE SPATIALE DANS DES VIGNOBLES CONDUITS EN AGROFORESTERIE
    DUFOURCQ, Thierry1*; LOPEZ, Frédéric1; VERGNES, Marc2; GONTIER, Laure3 1 Institut Français de Vigne et du vin, Pôle Sud-ouest, Château de Mons, 32100 Caussens, France. 2 Institut Français de Vigne et du vin, pôle Bordeaux-Aquitaine, 33290 Blanquefort, France 3 Institut Français de Vigne et du vin, Pôle Sud-ouest, V’Innopole, 81310 Lisle/Tarn, France * Corresponding author: thierry.dufourcq@vignevin.com

    Planting intercropped trees with grapevines is a practice that have recently been developed in French vineyards in order to bring beneficial effects to the parcel and its environment. The expected positive effect are an improvement in aerial and soil biodiversity and mitigation of climate extremes like wind or temperature. The competition for reso...
  • GROWTH AND GRAPE YIELD AND QUALITY EFECTOS DE LA CUBIERTA VEGETAL PERMANENTE EN LAS RELACIONES HÍDRICAS, EL CRECIMIENTO Y EN LA PRODUCCIÓN Y LA CALIDAD DE LA UVA
    ESCALONA, José Mariano*; SANCHO, Paula; CANYELLES, Guillem; HERNÁNDEZMONTES, Esther; BOTA, Josefina; MEDRANO, Hipólito Research Group on Plant Physiology under Mediterranean Conditions INAGEA (UIB-INIA-CAIB) Ctra Valldemossa Km 7.5 07122 Palma de Mallorca, Spain *Corresponding author: jose.escalona@uib.es

    Soil management practices such as mulching or cover crop are agricultural practices that can help to modulate vegetative development and as a consequence, reduce water inputs. In this work we compare the effects of a permanent cover crop on soil water availability on the grapevine physiological behavior, as well as on grape production and quality....
  • FLOODING RESPONSES ON GRAPEVINE: A PHYSIOLOGICAL, TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND MOLECULAR PERSPECTIVE RÉPONSES DES VIGNES AUX INONDATION. PERSPECTIVE PHYSIOLOGIQUE, TRANSCRIPTION ET MOLÉCULAIRE
    ECCHER, Giulia1; BRILLI, Matteo1; CHIN, Stefano1; QUAGGIOTTI, Silvia1; PITACCO, Andrea1, 2; RUPERTI, Benedetto1, 2; BOTTON, Alessandro1,2; MEGGIO, Franco1, 2* 1 Department of Agronomy Food Natural resources Animals and Environment, DAFNAE – University of Padova, Agripolis, Viale dell’Università 16, 35020 Legnaro, Italy 2 Centro Interdipartimentale per La Ricerca In Viticoltura ed Enologia - University of Padova, Conegliano (TV), Italy *Corresponding author: franco.meggio@unipd.it

    According to IPCC, in 2001-2010 floods have been the most frequent extreme event. Root exposure to prolonged hypoxic conditions produced by temporary flooding of the soil, may induce the synthesis of stress hormones, the production of reactive oxygen species and undergo metabolic re-programming. The aim of the research was to study the physiologic...
  • GLUCONIC ACID AS A TOOL FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN GRAPES EL ÁCIDO GLUCÓNICO COMO UNA HERRAMIENTA DE GESTIÓN DE CALIDAD PARA LAS UVAS
    ECKHARDT, Daniel; CUNHA, Wellynthon; SCHUMACHER, Rafael; COSTA, Vagner; GABBARDO, Marcos Universidade Federal do Pampa, 21 de abril, 80, Dom Pedrito, Brasil *Corresponding author: daniel.pazzini@hotmail.com

    The concentration of gluconic acid can be used as an indicator of ripeness and sanity of grapes. Grapes attacked by rotting produce musts with gluconic acid contents above 0.5 g L-¹. The objective of this study was to evaluate gluconic acid as a quality indicator of grape musts from the region of Campanha Gaúcha. In 2017 harvest, white grape mus...
  • VINTAGE ORGANIZATION SOFTWARE INTA® SISTEMA INFORMÁTICO INTA® PARA LA ORGANIZACIÓN DE LA VENDIMIA
    DÍAZ BRUNO, Analía1; NOVELLO, Raúl2 1 INTA EEA Mendoza, San Martin 3853, Luján de Cuyo (5507), Mendoza, Argentina INTA EEA Junín, Isidoro Busquets s/n, La Colonia, Junín (5572), Mendoza, Argentina 2 *Corresponding author: novello.raul@inta.gob.ar

    The grapes harvest in wine industry, in Cuyo, is a critical activity that each actor organizes individually. It operates on the basis of "every man for himself", where it is not recognized a scheme with agreed and complementary actions in pursuit of common goal and interest. On the one hand, the winery is interested in organizing the reception of ...
  • ORGANIC AND BIODYNAMIC VITICULTURE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS VITICULTURE BIO ET BIODYNAMIQUE: UNE REVUE SYSTÉMATIQUE ET UNE MÉTA-ANALYSE
    DÖRING, Johanna1*; COLLINS, Cassandra2; KAUER, Randolf1; STOLL, Manfred1 1 Hochschule Geisenheim University, Von-Lade-Str. 1, 65366 Geisenheim, Germany School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, University of Adelaide, Waite Research Institute, Adelaide, South Australia 2 * Corresponding author: johanna.doering@hs-gm.de

    In agriculture including viticulture demand for organically grown crops has developed exponentially in the last few decades. Particularly in the wine sector organic and biodynamic management system are gaining more and more importance and some of the most prestigious wineries have converted to organic or biodynamic viticulture. The main objective ...
  • IMPORTANCE OF PATCHES AND CORRIDORS WITH NATIVE VEGETATION TO INCREASING HYMENOPTERAN BIODIVERSITY IN VINEYARDS IMPORTANCIA DE LOS PARCHES Y CORREDORES CON VEGETACIÓN NATIVA PARA AUMENTAR LA BIODIVERSIDAD DE HIMENÓPTEROS EN VIÑEDOS
    DEBANDI, Guillermo¹*; AQUINDO, Natalia S.2; AQUINO, Daniel A.3; GIUSTI, Romanela2; PORTELA, José A.2 1 INTA EEA Junin, Isidoro Busquets s/n, La Colonia, Junín (5573) Mendoza, Argentina INTA EEA La Consulta, Ex Ruta 40 Km 96, La Consulta, San Carlos (5567) Mendoza, Argentina 3 Centro de Estudios Parasitológicos y de Vectores (CONICET-UNLP), Boulevard 120 Nro. 1460 e/61 y 62, V1902CHX, La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2 * Corresponding autor: debandi.guillermo@inta.gob.ar

    The Uco Valley (Mendoza-Argentina) has undergone important changes in the last 18 years, due to the implantation of large extensions of vineyards with landscape monotonization. The natural vegetation adjacent to the vineyard can promote biodiversity of beneficial fauna, which would allow the recovery of valuable ecosystem services, such as pest co...
  • TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY AT LOCAL SCALE IN A MOUNTAIN VINEYARD ETUDE DE LA VARIABILITÉ DE LA TEMPÉRATURE À ÉCHELLE FINE DANS UN VIGNOBLE DE MONTAGNE
    DE RESSÉGUIER, Laure1*; LAVEAU, Coralie2; MARY, Séverine2; DEJEAN, Dorian1; VAN LEEUWEN, Cornelis1 1 UMR EGFV, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, Univ. Bordeaux, F-33140 Villenave d’Ornon, France, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, ISVV, 33170 Gradignan * 2 Univ. Bordeaux, Vitinnov, Corresponding author: laure.deresseguier@agro-bordeaux.fr

    Over the past ten years, climate studies at local scale have been developed in winegrowing areas to improve terroir characterization. In this project, such a study was undertaken in the mountain vineyard of Irouleguy in cooperation with the local cooperative cellar. A network of 31 temperature sensors has been set up inside the region at the begin...
  • MALBEC WINES FROM ARGENTINA: INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE ON AROMATIC COMPONENTS AND ORGANOLEPTIC PROFILE. IS IT POSSIBLE TO ESTABLISH REGIONAL IDENTITIES? VINOS MALBEC ARGENTINOS: INFLUENCIA DEL CLIMA EN LOS COMPONENTES AROMÁTIVOS Y PERFIL ORGANOLÉPTICO. ¿ES POSIBLE ESTABLECER IDENTIDADES REGIONALES?
    DEIS, Leonor1; KAISER, Martin2* 1 Department of Plant Physiology, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina, 2Department of Terroir Research, Doña Paula, Colón 531, Mendoza, Argentina. *Corresponding author: mkaiser@donapaula.com.ar

    The aim of this study is to explain differences in Malbec wines of Argentinian wine regions. During the season 2015 Malbec wines were obtained using a standard protocol of elaboration from grapes cultivated at latitudes ranging from 23° to 39° south, average seasonal temperatures from 18,1°C to 21°C (WinklerAmerine classification III to V), an...