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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Uva e Vinho - Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2012
Type of Material: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Authors: TONIETTO, J.
SOTES RUIZ, V.
ZANUS, M. C.
MONTES, C.
ULIARTE, E. M.
ANTELO BRUNO, L.
CLIMACO, P.
PEÑA, A.
GUERRA, C. C.
CATANIA, C. D.
KOHLBERG, E. J.
PEREIRA, G. E.
RICARDO-DA-SILVA, J. M.
VIDAL RAGOUT, J.
VIDA NAVARRO, L.
LAUREANO, O.
CASTRO, R. de
MONTE, R. F. del
MONTE, S. A. de del
GOMEZ-MIGUEL, V.
CARBONNEAU, A.
Additional Information: JORGE TONIETTO, CNPUV; Vicente SOTES RUIZ, UPM - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid; MAURO CELSO ZANUS, CNPUV; Carlo MONTES, CEAZA - Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Zonas Áridas, Chile; Ernesto Martín ULIARTE, INTA; Luis ANTELO BRUNO, PFCUVS-FAUTAPO, Desarrollo de Mercados, Bolivia; Pedro CLIMACO, Instituto Nacional de Recursos Biológicos, I.P., INIA - Dois Portos, Portugal; Álvaro PEÑA, Universidad de Chile; CELITO CRIVELLARO GUERRA, CNPUV; Carlos D. CATANIA, INTA - EEA Mendoza, Argentina; Erich Julio KOHLBERG, Expert Oenologue, Bolivia; GIULIANO ELIAS PEREIRA, CNPUV; Jorge M. RICARDO-DA-SILVA, ISA-UTL - Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Portugal; Jordi VIDAL RAGOUT, Expert Oenologue, Spain; Luis VIDA NAVARRO, Expert Oenologue, Spain; Olga LAUREANO, ISA-UTL - Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Portugal; Rogério de CASTRO, ISA-UTL - Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Portugal; Raúl F. DEL MONTE, INTA - EEA Mendoza, Argentina; Silvia Avagnina de DEL MONTE, INTA - EEA Mendoza, Argentina; Vicente GOMEZ-MIGUEL, UPM - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain; Alain CARBONNEAU, AGRO Montpellier, France.
Title: L'effet du climat viticole sur la typicité des vins blancs: caractérisation au niveau des régions viticoles ibéro-américaines.
Publisher: In: CONGRES DES TERROIRS VITIVINICOLES, 9., 2012, Bourgogne/Champagne. [Annales...] [S.l.: s.n.], 2012.
Pages: p. 37-40.
Language: en
Keywords: Tipologia
Sistema CCM
Índice climático
Zoneamento.
Description: There are many studies in the world that characterize the effect of the climate on grape composition and wine characteristics and typicity concerning different viticultural regions. However, the same is not true concerning studies in a worldwide scale to characterize this effect considering different climate types. This study is part of a CYTED (Ibero-American Program for Science, Technology and Development) project in vitivinicultural zoning. The objective was to characterize the effect of the viticultural climate on white wine typicity on the macro Ibero-American viticultural region. The methodology used 46 grape-growing regions in 6 Ibero-American countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Portugal and Spain. The viticultural climate of each region was characterized by the 3 viticultural climate index of the Geoviticulture MCC System (1): HI (Heliothermal index), CI (Cool night index) and DI (Dryness index). The main sensory characteristics observed frequently in representative white wines produced with grapes of each of these 46 grape-growing regions were described by enologists in the respective countries, using the methodology of Zanus & Tonietto (2). The sensory description concerned the intensity of perception of Color (Cou), Aroma - Intensity (Ar), Aroma - Ripe Fruit (Ar-Fm), Body ? Palate Concentration (Con), Alcohol (Al) and Acidity (Ac). The Persistence in Mouth (Per) was also evaluated. The data were submitted to a correlation analysis of the variables and to a Principal Component Analysis (PCA). The results showed that the typicity of the white wines was correlated with the viticultural climate indexes HI, CI and DI from MCC System. The main wine sensory variables affected by viticultural climate are identified.
Thesagro: Viticultura
Uva
Clima
Vinho.
Data Created: 2012-07-05
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