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  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ PROTECTION OF GRAPEVINES FROM RED BLOTCH BY UNDERSTANDING MECHANISTIC BASIS OF ITS INFECTION
    Bhaskar BONDADA 1*, Paul SKINNER2, Marc FUCHS3, and Andrew WALKER4 1 Washington State University, Richland, WA 99354, USA 2 Vineyard Investigations, St. Helena, CA 94574, USA 3 Cornell University, Geneva, NY 14456, USA 4 University of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA *Corresponding author: bbondada@wsu.edu

    Context and purpose of the study - Currently, grapevine is host to a large number of pathogenic agents, including 65 viruses, five viroids and eight phytoplasmas. Needless to say, these pathogens, especially viruses responsible for several ‘infectious degeneration’ or ‘decline’ cause great distress to wine makers and grape growers, let alo...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ MONTPELLIER VINE & WINE SCIENCES (M-WineS) 1 2
    Steering Committee of Montpellier Vine & Wine Sciences, MUSE: Bruno BLONDIN , Elise BOURRU* , Hervé HANNIN1, Gaspard LÉPINE3, Carole MAUREL2, Cédric SAUCIER2, Thierry SIMONNEAU3, Jean-Marc 3 1 TOUZARD and Laurent TORREGROSA , member of M-WineS 1 Montpellier SupAgro, 2 University of Montpellier, 3INRAAddress :2 Place Viala, F-34060 Montpellier, France *Corresponding author: elise.bourru@umontpellier.fr

    Context and purpose of the study – The Occitanie Region is the first vine-growing area in France: 270 000 hectares of vineyard and an annual production of 15 million hectoliters. Its annual income reaches 1 900 million euros, of which 900 million euros in export.The vine and wine sector is facing many issues: inputs reduction, adaptation to clim...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ «SILEX VITIOENO MODULE PORTE-GREFFE»: AN INFORMATION SYSTEM TO GATHER EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS ON GRAPEVINE ROOTSTOCKS
    Floriane BINET1, Arnaud CHARLEROY2, Nabil GIROLLET1, Elisa MARGUERIT1, Pascal NEVEU2, 1 Jean-Pascal TANDONNET , and Nathalie OLLAT 1* 1 UMR EGFV, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, INRA, University of Bordeaux, ISVV, 210 Chemin de Leysotte, F-33882 Villenave d’Ornon, France 2 UMR Mistea, INRA, 2 Place Pierre Vialia, F-34060 Montpellier, France *Corresponding author: nathalie.ollat@inra.fr

    Context and purpose of the study –Maintaining stable yields and quality over time is a major challenge for the wine industry. Within the context of climate change, the choice of the rootstock is an important lever for adapting to current and future climatic conditions. Within a vineyard, the choice of the rootstock depends on the environmental c...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ BERRY WEIGHT LOSS IN VITIS VINIFERA (L.) CULTIVARS DURING RIPENING
    Erna BLANQUAERT1*, Markus KELLER2 (1) Department of Viticulture and Oenology, Stellenbosch University, Private Bag X1, Matieland7602, South Africa (2) Irrigated Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Washington State University, 24106 N. Bunn Road, Prosser, WA99350 *Corresponding author: ewitbooi@sun.ac.za

    Context and purpose of the study – Berry shriveling (BS) in vineyards are caused by numerous factors such as sunburn, dehydration, stem necrosis. Climate change results in an increase in day and night temperatures, rainfall throughout the year, changes in the timing and quantities, long dry summers and a combination of climatic variability such ...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ COMPARATIVE STUDY OF QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERS OF GRAPE CULTIVAR ‘MAVRODAFNI’ (VITIS VINIFERA L.) GROWN IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF THE PDO MAVRODAFNI PATRAS 1* 1 1 1
    Katerina BINIARI , Ioannis DASKALAKIS , Despoina BOUZA , Maritina STAVRAKAKI 1 Laboratory of Viticulture, Agricultural University of Athens, Iera Odos 75, 11855, Athens, Greece *Corresponding author: kbiniari@aua.gr

    Context and purpose of the study - ‘Mavrodafni’ (Vitis vinifera L.) is considered one of the oldest grapevine cultivars indigenous to the Greek vineyard, with western Peloponnese being its primary center of cultivation. ‘Renio’ is considered to be either a variant of ‘Mavrodafni’ or an altogether different cultivar. Both ‘Mavrodafni...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ CHARACTERISATION OF BERRY SHRIVEL IN VITIS VINIFERA L. CULTIVARS IN THE STELLENBOSCH WINE REGION
    Erna BLANCQUAERT 1 1 Department of Viticulture and Oenology, Stellenbosch University, Private Bag X1, Matieland, 7602, South Africa. *Corresponding E‐mail: ewitbooi@sun.ac.za

    Context and purpose of the study – Late season dehydration, bunch stem necrosis, sugar accumulation disorder and sunburn are various types of berry shrivel occurring in vineyards. The incidence of these types of shrivel, and the degree to which it occur are influenced by various factors in the vineyard. These factors include the presence of pest...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ DIVERSITY IN GRAPE COMPOSITION FOR SUGARS AND ACIDITY OPENS OPTIONS TO MITIGATE THE EFFECT OF WARMING DURING RIPENING 1,2 1 2,3 2 4
    Antoine BIGARD , Charles ROMIEU , Dargie T. BERHE , Yannick SIRE , Cécile MARCHAL , Sandrine DEDET4, Hernán OJEDA2,4 et Laurent TORREGROSA 1,2* 1 AGAP, Montpellier University, CIRAD, INRA, Montpellier SupAgro, Montpellier, France 2 UE of Pech Rouge, Montpellier University, INRA, Gruissan, France 3 Dilla University, SNNPRS, Dilla, Ethiopie 4 GBRC of Vassal, University of Montpellier, INRA, Montpellier SupAgro, Marseillan, France *Corresponding author: laurent.torregrosa@supagro.fr

    Context and purpose of the study - The marked climate change impact on vine and grape development (phenology, sugar content, acidity ...) is one of the manifestations of Genotype X Environment X Management interactions importance in viticulture. Some practices, such as irrigation, can mitigate the effect of water deficit on grape development, but ...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ INFLUENCE OF PLANTING STOCK AND TRAINING STRATEGY ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY OF PINOT NOIR GRAPEVINES
    Larry J. BETTIGA University of California Cooperative Extension, 1432 Abbott Street, Salinas, CA 93901, USA Corresponding author: lbettiga@ucanr.edu

    Context and purpose of the study - For cool windy climates and/or lower vigor site situations delays in vine development during vine establishment can result in a greater number of growing seasons to achieve full yield potential. Plant material and training strategies utilized are critical factors in promoting vine development and production that ...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ THE GRAPESIM MODEL: A MODEL TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE COMPLEX INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CARBON AND NITROGEN CYCLES IN GRAPEVINES
    Carole BECEL1*, Rami ALBASHA1, Jérôme CHOPARD1, Damien Fumey 1, Anaïs GUAUS1, Davide 1 1 2 3 TARSITANO , Gerardo LOPEZ , Aurélie METAY , Anne PELLEGRINO 1 ITK, 9 Avenue de l’Europe, F-34830 Clapiers, France UMR SYSTEM, 2 Place Viala, F-34060 Montpellier, France 3 UMR LEPSE, 2 Place Viala, F-34060 Montpellier, France 2 *Corresponding author: carole.becel@itk.fr

    Context and purpose of the study – Nitrogen fertilization is an important practice to guarantee vineyards sustainability and performance over years, while ensuring berry quality. However, achieving a precise nitrogen fertilization to meet specific objectives of production is difficult. There is a lack of knowledge on the impact of nitrogen ferti...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ WHAT PRACTICES IN THE VINEYARD LEAD TO THE PRODUCTION OF WINES THAT CONSISTENTLY WIN MEDALS? 1* 1,2
    Alice L BETTERIDGE , Susan E P BASTIAN , Cassandra COLLINS 1,2 1 School of Agriculture Food and Wine, University of Adelaide, PMB1 Glen Osmond, SA, Australia, 5064 2 Australian Research Council Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production * Corresponding Author: alice.betteridge@adelaide.edu.au

    Context and purpose of the study -High quality wines start in the vineyard however little is known about the role vineyard management practices play in this quality outcome. Gold medals and well-known regionality increase consumer preference for purchasing a wine. An increase in the former will certainly also drive an increase in the latter and th...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ USING REMOTELY SENSED (UAV) AND IN SITU FIELD MEASUREMENTS TO DESCRIBE GRAPEVINE CANOPY CHARACTERISTICS
    Bálo, B.1, Szobonya, N.1, Vanek, B.2, Váradi, Gy.1, Bodor, P.1, Firtha, F.3, Koch, Cs.4 1 Department of Viticulture, Faculty of Horticultural Sciences, Szent István University, Budapest, Hungary 2 Ventus-Tech Ltd., Budapest, Hungary 3 Department of Physics-Automation, Szent István University, Budapest, Hungary 4 KOCH Winery, Borota, Hungary *Corresponding author:Balo.Borbala@kertk.szie.hu

    Context and purpose of the study - Row orientation and canopy management are essential for high quality grapevine production. Microclimatic conditions of the leaves and fruits can be influenced by the canopy geometry. Remote sensing is a very promising tool to describe vegetative growth and physiological behavior of vineyards. However, the correla...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ EVALUATION OF INTRA-VINEYARD SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF LEAF AREA INDEX USING MULTISPECTRAL IMAGES OBTAINED BY SATELLITE (LANDSAT 8, SENTINEL-2) AND UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE PLATFORMS 1 2 1 1
    Yolandi BARNARD , Guillermo OLMEDO , Albert STREVER , Carlos POBLETE-ECHEVERRÍA * 1 Department of Viticulture and Oenology, Stellenbosch University, Private Bag X1, Matieland 7602, South Africa. 2 EEA Mendoza, Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Mendoza M5507EVY, Argentina. *Corresponding author: cpe@sun.ac.za

    Context and purpose of the study - Estimation of vineyard leaf area index (LAI) is an important aspect for the winegrowers. However, tracking and monitoring are difficult tasks due to time constraints. Satellite and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) imaging have become a practical monitoring method for LAI. Nevertheless, for a proper LAI determination...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE CONDITIONS (ELEVATED CO2 and TEMPERATURE) ON THE GRAPE COMPOSITION OF FIVE TEMPRANILLO (Vitis vinifera L.) SOMATIC VARIANTS
    Marta ARRIZABALAGA‐ARRIAZU1,2,3, Fermín MORALES4,5, Juan José IRIGOYEN1, Inmaculada 1 3 PASCUAL , Ghislaine HILBERT 1 Universidad de Navarra. Faculty of Sciences. Plant Stress Physiology group, Associated Unit to CSIC (EEAD, Zaragoza, and ICVV, Logroño). Irunlarrea, 1. 31008, Pamplona, Spain. 2 Université de Bordeaux, Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin. Unité Mixte de Recherche, 1287 Ecophysiologie et génomique fonctionelle de la vigne. 33883, Villenave d’Ornon, France. 3 UMR Ecophysiologie et Génomique Fonctionnelle de la Vigne, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, INRA, Université de Bordeaux, ISVV, 210 Chemin de Leysotte 33882 Villenave d’Ornon, France. 4 Instituto de Agrobiotecnología (IdAB), CSIC-Gobierno de Navarra, Avenida De Pamplona 123, 31192 Mutilva Baja, Spain. 5 Estación Experimental de Aula Dei (EEAD). CSIC. Department of Plant Nutrition. Apdo. 13034, 50080 Zaragoza, Spain. *Corresponding author: marrizabalagaa@alumni.unav.es

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ The current levels of greenhouse gas emissions are expecting to provoke a change on the environmental conditions which, among others, will include a rise of global mean surface temperature and an increment of atmospheric CO2 levels (IPCC, 2014), known as climate change. The response of grapevine (Vitis vinifera...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ CHARACTERIZATION OF SIMPLE POLYPHENOLS IN SEEDS OF AUTOCHTHONOUS GRAPEVINE VARIETIES GROWN IN CROATIA (VITIS VINIFERA L.) 1 1,2 1 1,2
    Željko ANDABAKA , Edi MALETIĆ , Domagoj STUPIĆ , Darko PREINER , Jasminka KAROGLAN KONTIĆ1,2, Ivana TOMAZ1, Iva ŠIKUTEN1, Petra ŠTAMBUK2, Zvjezdana MARKOVIĆ1* 1 University of Zagreb Faculty of Agriculture, Svetošimunska 25, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and Molecular Plant Breeding, Svetošimunska 25, HR-10000 Zagreb 2 *Corresponding author: zmarkovic@agr.hr

    Context and purpose of the study – Croatia has rich grapevine genetic resources with more than 125 autochthonous varieties preserved. Coastal region of Croatia, Dalmatia, is well known for wine production based on autochthonous grapevine varieties. Nevertheless, only couple of these are widely cultivated and have greater economic importance. Gra...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES IN SPATIALLY DEFINED VITICULTURE: CASE STUDY OF A VINEYARD WITH AGIORGITIKO VARIETY IN KOUTSI, NEMEA, GREECE
    Nikolaos AGGELOPOULOS1, Dimitrios STATERAS1, Antonios PAPADOPOULOS2, Anastasia 1 1 PRIOVOLOU , Dionissios KALIVAS * 1 Laboratory of Soil Science, Agricultural University of Athens, 75 Iera Odos, 11855 Athens, Greece 2 Benaki Phytopathological Institute, 8 Stefanou Delta Street, Kifissia, 14561 Athens, Greece *Corresponding author: kalivas@aua.gr

    Context and purpose of the study - Geospatial technologies have significant contribution to viticulture, especially in small-scale vineyards, which require precise management. Geospatial data collected by modern technologies, such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and satellite imagery, can be processed by modern software and easily be stored and t...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ ANALYSIS OF PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND TERTIARY AROMAS IN VITIS VINIFERA L. SYRAH WINES WITH AN EXTEMPORANEOUS PRODUCTION CYCLE IN TWO REGIONS OF SÃO PAULO – BRAZIL, USING GC-MS. 1,2 3 3
    Lucas AMARAL *, Luísa TANNURE , Marite DAL’OSTO , FlorençaBORGES PURGATTO1,2 1 1,2 and Eduardo Dept. of Food Science and Exp. Nutrition, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences USP– 05508-000 São Paulo Brazil 2 Food Research Center (FoRC), CEPID-FAPESP – USP– 05508-000 São Paulo - Brazil 3 Instituto Federal de São Paulo- IFSP – 18145-090, São Paulo - Brazil *Corresponding author: lucasbamaral@usp.br

    Context and purpose of the study - The aromatic perception is one of the main factors that influence the consumer when determining the wine’s quality and acceptance. Numerous factors (soil, climate, winemaking style, cultivar) can influence the volatile compounds. Some of these compounds are released directly from the grape berries while others ...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ LONG TERM INFLUENCE OF A COVER CROP IN THE AGRONOMIC AND OENOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF CV. CHARDONNAY
    F. Javier ABAD1,2*, Félix CIBRIÁIN3, Luis G. SANTESTEBAN2, Diana MARÍN2, Ana SAGÜÉS3 1 2 INTIA, Edificio de Peritos Avda. Serapio Huici nº 22, 31610, Villava, Spain Dpt. Agronomy, Biotechnology and Food Science, Univ. P. de Navarra, Campus Arrosadia, 31006 Pamplona, Spain 3 Sección de Viticultura y Enología, Gobierno de Navarra, C/Valle de Orba nº34, 31390, Olite, Spain *Corresponding author: jabad@intiasa.es

    Context and purpose of the study- Cover crops are acknowledged to be an interesting tool to produce higher quality grapes in red varieties, as they generally reduce vine vigour and yield. However, their incidence in white wine quality is not clear, since higher nitrogen availability can play an important positive role, and cover crops may compete ...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ ROOT DEVELOPMENT AND THE PERFORMANCE OF GRAPEVINES IN RESPONSE TO NATURAL AS WELL AS MAN‐MADE SOIL IMPEDIMENTS
    Johan VAN ZYL* and Eduard HOFFMAN Soil Science Department, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, 7602, Republic of South Africa *Corresponding author: johanvz@sun.ac.za

    Context and purpose of the study ‐The majority of soils used for wine and table grape production in South Africa are notoriously shallow, i.e. they are restricting root penetration. The result of such shallow soils is uneven and poor vineyard performance that eventually lead to unprofitable vineyards. The purpose of this study was to investigate...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ GRAPEVINE BUD FERTILITY UNDER ELEVATED CARBON DIOXIDE 1 2 1
    Yvette WOHLFART , Cassandra COLLINS , Manfred STOLL 1 Hochschule Geisenheim University, Department of General and Organic Viticulture, Von-Lade-Str. 1, 65366 Geisenheim, Germany 2 School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, University of Adelaide, Waite Research Institute, Glen Osmond, 5064, Australia *Corresponding author: yvette.wohlfahrt@hs-gm.de

    Aims:Microscopic bud dissection is a common tool used to assess grapevine bud fertility and therefore to predict the yield of the following season. Grapevine yield has been shown to increase under elevated carbon dioxide (eCO2) concentration and was demonstrated under Free Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment (FACE) conditions. The effect of eCO2 on bud ...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ EFFECT OF TOPOGRAPHY ON VINE EVAPOTRANSPIRATION AND WATER STATUS IN HILLSIDE VINEYARDS
    Daniele ZACCARIA1*, Lynn WUNDERLICH2, Giulia MARINO1, Kristen SHAPIRO1, Sloane RICE1, Kenneth SHACKEL3, Richard SNYDER1 1 Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, UC-Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA. 95616 USA. 2 UCCE, 311 Fair Lane, Placerville, CA. 95667 USA. 3 Department of Plant Sciences, UC-Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA. 95616, USA. *Corresponding author: dzaccaria@ucdavis.edu

    Context and purpose of the study – Many winegrape regions have hillside vineyards, where vine water use is affected by vine age, density and health, canopy size, row orientation, irrigation practices, and by block slope and aspect. Topography affects the amount of solar radiation the vines receive, which is a major “driving force” of evapotr...