• Grapevine Breeding: current status and future perspectives
    Reinhard Töpfer, JKI -Institute for Grapevine Breeding, Geilweilerhof, Germany
    Biotic and abiotic stresses are the driving forces for breeding resistant and more site adapted grapevine cultivars. Progress in cross breeding can be observed in today´s new grapevine cultiv...
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    Published on: 16/01/2020


Lucile BLATEYRON, ICV, R&D Department, Jacques ROUSSEAU, ICV, Vine & Wine Department

The summer 2003 heat wave had significant consequences both on the characteristics of the grapes to be vinified, and more generally, on the operation of wineries. In this paper, we summarize the main consequences heat waves can have on grapes and vinifications without attempting to present an exhaustive review. This work essentially refers to those “premature” regions, where an important part of the harvest had to be vinified under heat wave conditions in 2003.
Published on 22/06/2004
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