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Gravner: a cross-border winegrower and his particular way of making wine

Gravner is considered one of the fathers of strict viticulture both in Italy and abroad. Strict winemaking in the cellar means not to filter, not to clarify or to bend to practices that are not the minimum of the roasting during the fermentation, with using only a bit of sulphur - but very little - …

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First experimental tests on water management in vineyard in Friuli: Pignolo and Sauvignon

Ersa, together with the University of Udine, already carried out tests in 2006 at the Tenuta Villanova Farm in Villanova di Farra d'Isonzo (GO) on the vineyards of Pignolo (Friulian autochthonous grape variety) and Sauvignon, both bred Guyot with distances of 0.70 mx 2.41 and 1 mx 2.40 to determine …

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Water stress in the vineyard

The vine is a plant that is well suited to arid hot environments. Many vineyard areas are characterized by limited seasonal precipitation, in some cases there is availability to irrigate and resort to planned irrigation or rescue operations, in other cases the inability to resort or, following the a…

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Vineyard threats: grey molds and rot

The vine growing is conditioned by several factors, among which the availability of water and mineral elements, plays a leading role. In situations characterized by water and/or nutritional deficiency, the development of the basal leaves is particularly limited and normally the management of the gre…

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Viticulture production and the varieties of Montenegro

The viticulture in Montenegro is mostly based on the breeding of autochthonous grapevine varieties such as Vranac, Kratošija, Krstač and Žižak. Vranac is the main autochthonous grapevine variety in Montenegro. The most famous vineyard area in Montenegro is Crmnica, which is considered the homela…

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The influence of climatic factors on the level and quality of Yield of Vranac variety

The grape vine is a perennial plant, which during its growth and development has special requirements according to agri-ecological conditions in the cultivation area. The favourable conditions of the soil and climate are the most important factors for successful growth and development, which lead to…

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A fair specialized in viticolture

Enovitis in Campo is the only dynamic fair in Italy entirely dedicated to viticulture technology. The heart of the event includes tests and demonstrations that take place directly in the vineyard and hence in realistic conditions. Visitors can therefore, determine both the effectiveness and the …

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Serbian varieties: Tamjanika, Slankamenka (Plovdina), Kreaca, Ruzica, Sremska Zelenika, Muscat Krokan, Smederevka, Prokupac, Začinak, Ćilibarka

Different samples collected from the same putative grapevine variety in the collections or in old vineyards showed identical molecular genotypes except for Tamjanika Bela accessions, which showed two diverse DNA profiles. One identical genotype was found between varieties of Tamjanika (Bela and Crve…

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Vranac: presentation

Vranac is an ancient variety of grape indigenous to the Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. Vranac is considered the most important variety of grape in Montenegro. The grape produces a dry red wine of a unique taste and character. The cultivar has medium-large, cylindrical and spotted clusters with …

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Automated irrigation management in the vineyard: the Italian-Israeli "Irrigate" project

Developing an automated irrigation management program through climate, plant and soil controlling sensors to manage the impact of drought on vine productivity and grape quality is the goal of the Italian-Israeli bi-annual research project "Irrigate", launched in 2014 and co-ordinated by the Universi…

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Effect of water stress on plant and grape content

At the same time as the experimental tests carried out with Ersa, the group of researchers at the University of Udine has started to deal with various water deficit projects, coordinated by prof. Enrico Peterlunger, focusing on the effect that the water deficit has not only on the physiology of the …

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Irrigation in the vineyard

Irrigation and its management, however, remain an instrument in the hands of the farmer to optimise the productive performance of the vineyard. In particular, the application of a moderate and controlled water deficit makes it possible to produce the highest quality grapes, while maintaining a satis…

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4Grapes: A free app, able to monitor the main adversity of the vine

After activating a network of shared information among industry professionals, dedicated public bodies and some producers involved in the project, in 2015, a smartphone app was completed and is available for everyone, enabling every manufacturer to monitor the main adversity of the vine. "Monitoring…

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First vine varieties resistant to diseases produced in Italy

They are ten: five white berries - Fleurta, Soreli, Sauvignon Kretos, Sauvignon Nepis, Sauvignon Rytos - and five red berries - Cabernet Eidos, Cabernet Volos, Merlot Khorus, Merlot Kanthus, Julius, the first disease-resistant grapevines variety, produced in Italy by researchers from the U…

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Monitoring adversity in the vineyard of Friuli thanks to technology

The management of the health status of the vine is the one that has the greatest economic and environmental impact of the crop, and on this topic, there is the greatest need for innovation in order to respond in a concrete way to the expectations of consumers, the population living in wine-growing a…

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Genetic identification for Grapevine Diversity Exploration Project

The first application of the SSR markers to the Serbian grapevine germplasm, in order to provide reference descriptors for the identification and evaluation of genetic relationships of local cultivars, was carried out in the framework of project, financed by the Ministry of Education and  Science o…

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The history of viticulture in Serbia

Serbia is located in the central Balkans, at the crossroads between Asia and Europe, on the line dividing various nations and civilisations of the East and the West. Due to its favourable climate and geological characteristics, the area of the Balkans is an ancient wine-growing region and both Serbi…

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Chemical composition and sensorial properties of Vranac wine in the Skadar lake area

Owing to its geographical position and favourable climate, grape growing and winemaking have always been developed in Montenegro and have traditionally been based on Vranac and Kratošija, two autochthone wines.  Kratošija variety had dominated until the emergence of phylloxera; however, its role …

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Effect of fermentation temperature on polyphenolic composition and sensory properties of red Vranac wines1

Vranac grapes are exceptionally rich in colouring matter contained mostly in the skin, flesh and juice of the berry. Until 2005, no detailed research has been conducted to examine the technological factors that affect the polyphenolic potential of this variety.  A study on the effect of three diffe…

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Orange wine tradition: from book to documentary

It's a new wine style, with which Anglo-Saxons for convenience have labelled wines produced from white grapes through prolonged maceration. The fermented wort remains in contact with the grape skins, drawing from them tannins and the golden orange colour with tendencies to amber, "Orange", in fact. …

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Josko Gravner and his wine production contained in a book

"Gravner - Coltivare il vino" ("Gravner - Cultivating wine") is the title of the new book on Joško Gravner, winegrower of Oslavia (Gorizia), published by the Cucchiaio d'Argento in three languages (Italian, Slovenian and English), fruit of a more than eight months work of Stefano Caffari, author o…

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Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo and the Italian vineyards sector

The importance of Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo in the grapevine nursery business is highlighted with a yearly production of more than 60 million grafted vine plants. Today the 250 cooperative members are facing a very important and difficult task: to ensure and make available in the 28 vine-growing co…

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Period of intervention: Effectiveness of leaf removal in pre and post flowering

The period of intervention has different effects on the cluster (in particular the red grapes), on the basis of which the evaluation on the choice is done-  which is the most suitable period, early or late. Defoliation is used mainly in colder vineyards and in red berry varieties, thus improving th…

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Leaf removal: a prevention against fungal diseases

In Friuli Venezia Giulia, the grey mold from Botrytis cinerea is among the most dangerous diseases for the vine, especially in compact bunch varieties. In fact, the high average rainfall, in the weeks prior to the harvest, determines the explosion of infections and specific fungicides can not be use…

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Enhance defence through a shared georeferenced cloud network

Thanks to a pilot project involving the interconnection of embedded devices to a cloud network, these data and this detection methodology are now shared among consultants and technicians working in the vine industry. "We have taken advantage of the necessity to make data and support for integrated p…

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From the mobile data collection device to the phytopathological cloud for real-time data sharing

Giovanni Bigot,  with his consulting company "Perleuve", is surely one of the most innovative technicians in the area. Already in 2003, he started using his mobile device to store field data.  Eleven years later, its idea, thanks to the collaboration with regional authorities such as the Plant Hea…

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Agricultural, biological, genetic, chemical and engineering skills at vineyard, wine cellar, laboratory and winery service. 

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Water stress and water emergence by 2040

Water stress is a temporary or prolonged condition of lack of water, usually lacking at ground level. As all plant stresses, it can result in primary damage or secondary damage to a plant. According to the World Resources Institute's report (WRI), which measured the demand and availability of water…

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Quality of grapes and quality of wine: how to enhance an indispensable combination

Il Simposio, dal titolo "Qualità delle uve e qualità del vino: come valorizzare un connubio imprescindibile” si svolgerà il 18 Giugno 2016 presso la sala convegni della Villa Nachini Cabassi. Il convegno nasce dalla collaborazione tra lo studio Perleuve srl di Cormons, il Dipartimento di Scienz…

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