573 articles
  • CLASSIFICATION OF VITICULTURE AND ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENT BY DIGITAL PROCESSING OF ORBITAL IMAGES IN THE "CAMPANHA" WINE REGION, BRAZIL IMPACTO DEL SUELO EN VIDES Y VINOS DE VITIS VINIFERA L. CV. MALBEC EN UN VIÑEDO DE ALTURA
    HOFF, Rosemary1*; NHOATTO, Millena Portella2; ALBERTI, Rodrigo2 1 Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation – Embrapa Grape and Wine. Bento Gonçalves, Brazil 2 University OF Vale do Rio dos Sinos– UNISINOS. São Leopoldo, Brazil * Corresponding author: rose.hoff@embrapa.br

    In the “Campanha” wine region, viticulture occurs under diverse geomorphology, soil and land use. In the “Rosário do Sul” sector, the “Depressão Rio Ibicuí” predominates (62.50%), formed by smooth hills on sedimentary terraces (Paleozoic), islands of hills composed by sandstone and volcanic rocks (Mesozoic) and plain of the “Santa...
  • EVALUATION OF GRAPEVINE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN MENDOZA USING TEMPORAL SERIES OF OPTICAL REMOTE SENSING IMAGES EVALUATION DE LA GESTION DE L'IRRIGATION À MENDOZA EN UTILISANT UNE SÉRIE TEMPORELLE D'IMAGES OPTIQUES
    LOUSSERT, Perrine1*; CORGNE, Samuel1; QUÉNOL, Hervé1; ORTEGA, Alejandro2 1 LETG-Rennes COSTEL UMR 6554 CNRS, Rennes, France; 2Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias UNCUYO, Mendoza, Argentina *Corresponding author: perrine.loussert@univ-rennes2.fr

    The mitigation of climate change effects over vineyards area represents an important stake for viticulture sustainability. However, it requires a detailed knowledge of the actual level of optimization of the viticultural system in a given place. The evaluation of grapevine water requirements is crucial for the management of water in arid and semi-...
  • The effect of SHOOT girdling on phenolic composition and texture characteristics of three table grape varieties L’EFFET DU BAGUAGE DU SARMENT SUR LA COMPOSITION PHÉNOLIQUES ET LES CARACTÉRISTIQUES TEXTURALES DE TROIS ESPCES DE RAISIN DE TABLE
    LUKÁCSY, György 2 ; VILLANGÓ, Szabolcs 1 ; VÁRADI, György 2 ; HAJDÚ, Edit 2 ; ZANATHY, Gábor 2 ; BÁLO, Borbála 2 ; ZSÓFI, Zsolt 1 * 1Research Institute for Viticulture and Enology, Eszterházy Károly University, Kőlyuktető, Eger, Hungary 2Szent István University, Institute of Viticulture and Oenology, Department of Viticulture, Budapest, Hungary * Corresponding author: Zs. Zsófi, zsofi.zsolt@uni-eszterhazy.hu

    The effect of girdling on grape skin phenolic composition was examined on three Hungarian table grape varieties. Dark-skinned Esther (Seyve-Villard 12375 Eger 2 x Magaracsi csemege), rose-skinned Lidi (Seyve-Villard 12375 Eger 2 x Magaracsi csemege III) and white-skinned Fanny [Seyve-Villard 12375 Eger 2 x (Téli muskotály x Olimpia)] were invest...
  • DOWNSCALING FUTURE CLIMATE SCENARIOS TO VINEYARD SCALE DESCENTE D’ÉCHELLE DES SCÉNARIOS DE CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE À L’ÉCHELLE DES TERROIRS VITICOLES
    LE ROUX, Renan1*; DE RESSÉGUIER, Laure²; QUÉNOL, Hervé1; VAN LEEUWEN, Cornelis² 1 LETG-RENNES, UMR 6554 CNRS, Université de Rennes 2, Place du Recteur Henri Le Moal,35000 Rennes, France; 2 EGFV, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, INRA, Univ. Bordeaux, 33140 Villenave d’Ornon, France *Corresponding author: renan.leroux@univ-rennes2.fr

    The IPCC has created several climate scenarios evaluating the impacts and consequences of climate change. All agricultural sectors will be concerned, in particular grape and wine production. Climate, especially temperature, has a key role in grapevine development. Temperature variability can be significant at vineyard scale. Current climate change...
  • MEASUREMENT OF QUALITY POTENTIAL: INSIGHTS INTO PLANTING CHOICES MESURE DU POTENTIEL QUALITATIF: NOUVELLES PERSPECTIVES DANS LES CHOIX A LA PLANTATION
    LAVEAU, Coralie1*; MARY, Séverine1; ROBY, Jean-Philippe2 1 Univ. Bordeaux, Vitinnov,Bordeaux Sciences Agro, ISVV, 1 cours du Général de Gaulle, 33170 Gradignan Bordeaux Sciences Agro, Univ. Bordeaux, ISVV, Ecophysiology and fonctionalgenomics of grapevines, GFV, INRA, UMR 1287, F-33140 Villenave d’Ornon, France 2 *Corresponding author: coralie.laveau@agro-bordeaux.fr

    Within the current context of climate change, the choice of variety and rootstock for each specific pedoclimatite becomes critical. In order to study the impact of soil, rootstock, and the age of the plot on wine quality, a database was created across a group of 7 chateaux of the Médoc production area (Bordeaux region). The database includes 409 ...
  • INTRODUCTION TO VINE AND WINE SCIENCES: VINE AND WINE MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE (VINE&WINE MOOC)
    LALLEMAND, Patrice1 ; GAMBETTA, Gregory2; LE FUR, Yves3; CHERVIN, Christian4; BLONDIN, Bruno5 1 Montpellier SupAgro, IHEV, 2 place Pierre Viala, 34060 Montpellier, France Bordeaux Sciences Agro, ISVV - UMR EGFV, 1 cours du Général de Gaulle, Gradignan, France 3 AgroSup Dijon, Centre des Sciences du Goût et de l'Alimentation, 17 rue Sully, 21065 Dijon, France 4 ENSAT, ENSAT-INPT, GBF, 31326 Castanet, France 5 Montpellier SupAgro, UMR SPO, 2 place Pierre Viala, 34060 Montpellier, France 2 *Corresponding author: patrice.lallemand@supagro.fr

    Digital technology has revolutionized the way we communicate. It should fundamentally transform the way we teach. Since late 2011, the rise of MOOCs (massive open online courses) has gradually redefined both access to and the design of higher education worldwide. In this context, the French government adopted an ambitious roadmap for digital teach...
  • HOW AND WHEN POTENTIAL YIELD DISAPPEARED CÓMO Y CUÁNDO LA COSECHA POTENCIAL DESAPARECE
    KULJANČIĆ, D. Ivan*; BOŽOVIĆ, N. Predrag; KORAĆ, Nada; MEDIĆ, Mira; IVANIŠEVIĆ, Dragoslav University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, TrgDositejaObradovića 8, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia * Corresponding author: kivan@polj.uns.ac.rs

    Every year, after the inflorescences counting in spring, a certain loss in the number of clusters was observed at the harvest. Until now, researchers thought that the greatest loss, regarding final cluster number, occurs at the end of flowering. For this reason, the research was conducted to determine in which phenophase the loss occurs and how hi...
  • EFFECTS OF CULTIVATION METHODS ON FUNGAL AND NEMATODE COMMUNITIES IN GRAPE RHIZOSPHERE LES EFFETS DES MÉTHODES DE CULTIVATION SUR LES POPULATIONS DES FUNGI ET DES NÉMATODES DANS LA RHIZOSPHÈRE DES VIGNES
    KOVÁCS, Barnabás1*; SEBŐK, Flóra2; DOBOLYI, Csaba2; NAGY, Péter3; KOCSIS, László1 1 University of Pannonia-Georgikon Faculty, Horticulture Department – Deák Ferenc street 16, H-8360, Keszthely, Hungary. Szent István University, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Department of Environmental Protection and Safety – Páter Károly street 1, H-2103, Gödöllő, Hungary 3Szent István University, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Zoology and Animal Ecology Department – Páter Károly street 1, H-2103, Gödöllő, Hungary 2 *Corresponding author: kovacs.barnabas@georgikon.hu

    Through the damage of nematodes plant pathogenic funguses contribute to the final devastation of the grape in enhanced extent. We set it as an objective to examine the density and rate of fungi and nematodes of three vineyards thatonly differ in the cultivation methods applied on them which are Intensive, Extensive and None. We determined by our s...
  • TRENDS IN CLIMATE PARAMETERS RELATED TO WINEGRAPE PRODUCTION IN NORTH GREECE AND VITICULTURAL CONSEQUENCES TENDANCES DES PARAMÈTRES CLIMATIQUES RELATIFS À LA PRODUCTION DES RAISINS DE CUVE EN GRÈCE DU NORD ET CONSÉQUENCES POUR LA VITICULTURE
    KOUFOS, George C.1; MAVROMATIS, Theodoros1; KOUNDOURAS, Stefanos2; JONES, Gregory V. 3 1 2 Department of Meteorology and Climatology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece Laboratory of Viticulture, School of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece. 3 Department of Environmental Science and Policy, Southern Oregon University, 142 Central Hall, Ashland, OR 97520, USA *Corresponding author: S. Koundouras, skoundou@agro.auth.gr

    In this study, dates of vine developmental stages and harvest dates of eight winegrape varieties in two major wine producing regions of North Greece (Kavala and Naoussa) were gathered. Data of the basic developmental stages (budburst, flowering and veraison) for three varieties in Naoussa covered a period of 8 years while harvest dates observation...
  • ORBITAL REMOTE SENSING TO MONITORING VINE CYCLE USING VEGETATION INDEX IN “CAMPANHA REGION”, RIO GRANDE DO SUL STATE, BRAZIL TÉLÉDÉCTECTION ORBITAL POUR LA SURVEILLANCE DU CYCLE DE LA VIGNE PAR INDICE DE VEGETATION DANS LA RÉGION DE LA CAMPANHA AU SUD DU BRÉSIL
    JUNGES, Amanda Heemann1*; PAULETTO, Henrique2; ALBERTI, Rodrigo2; HOFF, Rosemary3; DUCATI, Jorge Ricardo4 1 State Agricultural Research Foundation – Fepagro Serra. Veranópolis, Brazil 2 University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos – Unisinos. São Leopoldo, Brasil 3 Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation – Embrapa Grape and Wine.Bento Gonçalves, Brazil 4 Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil * Corresponding author: amanda-junges@fepagro.rs.gov.br

    In Brazil, the fifth largest wine producer in the Southern Hemisphere, one of the more important regions is known as “Campanha”, in Rio Grande do Sul State. There, the viticulture is done in the large areas of Pampa Biome traditionally used to livestock production. An important resource to improve the knowledge about vineyards spatial and temp...
  • A COMPARISON OF NONCHEMICAL WEED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON VINE GROWTH, PRODUCTIVITY, UNDERVINE VEGETATION AND MICROBIAL ECOSYSTEMS COMPARICIÓN DE LAS PRÁTICAS DE MANEJO NO QUÍMICO DE MALEZA EN EL CRECIMIENTO DE LA VID, LA PRODUCTIVIDAD, LA CUBIERTA VEGETAL BAJO LA VID Y EL ECOSISTEMA MICROBIAL
    KRASNOW, Mark N1*; SAUNDERS, M. Carmo2; PEREZ, Paulina Giraldo3; FEDRIZZI, Bruno3 1 Thoughtful Viticulture, PO Box 312, Blenheim, New Zealand; 2Eastern Institute of Technology, 500 Gloucester Street, Napier, New Zealand; 3University of Auckland, 23 Symonds Street, Auckland, New Zealand. *Corresponding author: mkrasnow@gmail.com

    Herbicides are commonly applied under vines to minimize the competition by weeds. As concerns about using fewer chemical inputs have developed, alternative methods to herbicides for undervine weed control are increasingly being adopted. These trials were carried out in New Zealand on Sauvignon blanc, Pinot noir, and Merlot from 2012/13-2015/16. Th...
  • THE EFFECT OF POST-HARVEST DEFOLIATION ON CARBON RESOURCES OF HIGH YIELDING SAUVIGNON BLANC GRAPEVINES EST-CE QUE L’EFFEUILLAGE POST-VENDANGE PEUT ENGENDRER UNE REDUCTION SIGNIFIANTE EN RESERVE DE GLUCIDE SUR UNE PARCELLE DE SAUVIGNON BLANC A HAUT RENDEMENT?
    GREVEN, Marc1*; NEAL, Sue1; TUSTIN, Stuart2; BOLDINGH, Helen3; VASCONCELOS, Carmo4 1 The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited, PO Box 845, Blenheim 7240, New Zealand The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited, Private Bag 1401, Havelock North 4157, New Zealand 3 The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited, Private Bag 3230, Waikato Mail Centre, Hamilton 3240, New Zealand 4 Eastern Institute of Technology, Private Bag 120, Hawke’s Bay Mail Centre, Napier 4142, New Zealand 2 *Corresponding author: marc.greven@plantandfood.co.nz

    We wanted to quantify the importance of post-harvest carbohydrate assimilation to replenish vine reserves, additional to maintaining optimal growth, productivity and fruit quality of high yielding vigorous Sauvignon blanc grapevines. To mimic the effect of autumn frost, vines were defoliated immediately after harvest. To impose additional stress o...
  • MERCURY AND VITIS VINIFERA, L. RELATIONSHIP IN THE ALMADÉN MINING DISTRICT RELACIONES ENTRE MERCURIO Y VITIS VINIFERA, L. EN EL DISTRITO MINERO DE ALMADÉN
    HIGUERAS, Pablo2; AMORÓS, José Ángel1, 2*; NAHARRO, Rocío2; ESBRI, José María2; 1, 2 CAMPOS, Juan Antonio 1 2 Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. ETSIACR. Ronda de Calatrava 7, 13071 Ciudad Real, Spain. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. IGeA. Plaza Manuel Meca 1, 13400 Almadén (Ciudad Real), Spain. Corresponding author: pablo.higueras@uclm.es *

    Almadén (Ciudad Real province, SW of Castilla-La Mancha, South-Central Spain) is the center of the World’s largest mercury (Hg) mining district. Along with, Castilla-La Mancha region is an important viticulture region, with 500 000 hectares occupied by vineyards. During late years, the possibility of contamination by Hg in many alimentary produ...
  • INFLUENCE OF GENOTYPE AND WATER AVAILABILITY ON RESPIRATORY COSTS AND PLANT CARBON BALANCE IN GRAPEVINES (VITIS VINIFERA L.) INFLUENCIA DEL GENOTIPO Y LA DISPONIBILIDAD HÍDRICA EN LOS COSTES RESPIRATORIOS Y EL BALANCE DE CARBONO DE LA VID (VITIS VINIFERA L.)
    HERNÁNDEZ-MONTES, Esther*; ESCALONA, José Mariano; TOMÁS, Magdalena; BOTA, Josefina; SANCHO, Paula; MARTORELL, Sebastià; TORTOSA, Ignacio; 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: e.hernandez@uib.es

    Due to the important contribution of agriculture to the global carbon dioxide (CO2) balance, new techniques are currently being developed to accurately estimate the carbon balance of different crops. Field studies to date in grapevines have been based on carbon allocation and biomass accumulation dynamics. Such field studies show the carbon balanc...
  • ESTIMATING THE IMPACT OF IRRIGATION WATER SALINITY ON VINES IN THE MENDOZA AND TUNUYÁN RIVER BASINS ESTIMACIÓN DEL IMPACTO DE LA SALINIDAD DEL AGUA DE RIEGO SOBRE LA PRODUCCIÓN DE VID EN LAS CUENCAS DEL RÍO MENDOZA Y TUNUYÁN
    HERNÁNDEZ, Rocío1, 2; MARIANI, Adriana2; BERMEJILLO, Adriana2; STOCCO, Alicia2; MORÁBITO, José1, 2 1 Instituto Nacional del Agua – Centro Regional Andino. 2Universidad Nacional de Cuyo – Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias *Corresponding author: jmorabito@ina.gob.ar

    Studies on climate change impact on the South American Central Andes predict scenarios of reduced river flows and salinity increases downstream of the Mendoza and Tunuyán River basins and indicate that these impacts would lead to a reduction in crop yields. This paper shows that irrigation water salinity affects vine production. The objectives ar...
  • GUIDE FOR AGROECOLOGY IN VITICULTURE, A TOOL FOR SECTOR LE GUIDE DE L'AGRO ECOLOGIE, UN OUTIL POUR LA FILIERE
    HERBIN, Carine1; LEMPEREUR, Valérie1; GAUTIER, Jacques2* 1 IFV - Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin, France INAO - Institut national de l’Origine et de la Qualité, France 2 *Corresponding author: j.gautier@inao.gouv.fr

    In 2014, the French public authorities launched the agroecological project for France. This project aimed at starting the transition of French agriculture towards new production systems that are more efficient in the economic, social and environmental dimensions. In 2016, the National Institute of Origin and Quality (INAO), in charge of French geo...
  • EFFECT OF VINE NITROGEN STATUS ON GRAPE BERRY AROMATIC POTENTIAL AND ON WINE AROMA EFFET DU STATUT AZOTÉ DE LA VIGNE SUR LE POTENTIEL AROMATIQUE DE LA BAIE DE RAISIN ET L’ARÔME DU VIN
    HELWI, Pierre1, 2; VAN LEEUWEN, Cornelis1*; GUILLAUMIE, Sabine1; THIBON, Cécile3; HABRAN, Aude1; HILBERT, Ghislaine1; DARRIET, Philippe3; GOMÈS, Eric1; DELROT, Serge1 1 UMR EGFV, ISVV, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, INRA, Univ. Bordeaux, F-33882 Villenave d’Ornon Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Center, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas 77845, USA 3 USC1366 Oeno, ISVV, INRA, Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux IPB, F-33882 Villenave d’Ornon 2 *Corresponding author: pierre.helwi@ag.tamu.edu

    The interactions between climate, soil, genetic factor and viticultural practices affect grapevine physiology and berry metabolism. Among the elements that vines pick up from the soil, nitrogen has the strongest impact on its development, grape composition and organoleptic characteristics. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of nit...
  • IN VITRO DIGESTION OF GRAPE RESIDUE OBTAINED FROM JUICE CENTRIFUGATION: BIOACTIVE POTENTIAL AND STABILITY OF ANTHOCYANINS DIGESTIÓN IN VITRO DE LOS RESIDUOS DE UVA OBTENIDOS A PARTIR DE LA CENTRIFUGACIÓN DE JUGO: POTENCIAL BIOACTIVO Y ESTABILIDAD DE LOS ANTOCIANOS
    HAAS, Isabel Cristina da Silva1*, GOMES, Trilícia Margarida1, TOALDO, Isabel Maia1 and BORDIGNON-LUIZ, Marilde T.1 1 Department of Food Science and Technology, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Admar Gonzaga Rd. 1346, Itacorubi, 88034-001, Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil. *Corresponding author: isabelhaas91@gmail.com

    Currently the search for alternative sources of natural pigments has stimulated the development of research in different sectors of viticulture. The residue of this study was obtained from the centrifugation step of grape juice clarification. This residue is rich in anthocyanins, natural pigments that, besides the ability to confer color, also hav...
  • EFFECT OF IN VITRO GASTROINTESTINAL SIMULATION ON THE BIOACCESSIBILITY OF MINERALS IN THE RESIDUE OBTAINED FROM GRAPE JUICE CENTRIFUGATION EFECTO DE LA SIMULACIÓN GASTROINTESTINAL IN VITRO EN LA BIOACCESIBILIDAD DE MINERALES DEL RESIDUO OBTENIDO DE LA CENTRIFUGACIÓN DE JUGO DE UVA
    HAAS, Isabel Cristina da Silva1*; TOALDO, Isabela Maia1; da SILVA, Marina Barbosa2; LUNA, Aderval Severino2; DE GOIS, Jefferson Santos2; BORDIGNON-LUIZ, Marilde T.1 1 Department of Food Science and Technology, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Admar Gonzaga Rd. 1346, Itacorubi, 88034-001, Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil. 2 Department of Analytical Chemistry, Rio de Janeiro State University, São Francisco Xavier, 524, Maracanã, 20550-900, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil. *Corresponding author: isabelhaas91@gmail.com

    The residue obtained from grape juice centrifugation is an excellent source of minerals, which are important for the perfect functioning of the human metabolism. In vitro digestion models are widely used to simulate the in vivo digestion process, these models aim to reproduce the physiological conditions of gastrointestinal digestion. The grape re...
  • LOCALLY APPLIED HIGH AIR TEMPERATURE SIGNIFICANTLY ALTERED BUNCH STEM AND GRAPE BERRY PHYSIOLOGY LA TEMPERATURE ELEVEE DE L’AIR, APPLIQUEE LOCALEMENT, MODIFIE SIGNIFICATIVEMENT LA PHYSIOLOGIE DES RAFLES ET DES BAIES DE RAISINS
    GOUOT, Julia1, 2; SMITH, Jason1, 3; HOLZAPFEL, Bruno1, 4; BARRIL, Celia1, 2 1 National Wine Industry Centre, Charles Sturt University, Mambarra Drive, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2678, Australia School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences, Charles Sturt University, Boorooma Street, Locked Bag 588, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2678, Australia 3 Hochschule Geisenheim University, 65366 Geisenheim, Germany 4 New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, Pugsley Place, NSW 2795, Australia 2 *Corresponding author: jgouot@csu.edu.au

    Climate change projections show major changes regarding temperature: a global warming with an increase average temperature and in frequency and severity of punctual heat events. Such changes in temperature will significantly affect the grapevine growing cycle and the bunch microclimate, known to be a major regulator of grape metabolism. A heating ...
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