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  • Wine & Wood between Science, Technology and Market
    Michel Moutounet, Giacomo Mazzavillani- Caviro, Fabio Piccoli, Wine Meridian
    The topic wine and wood is closely linked to the identity of the product. Today the market has a more open and available approach than in the past with regard to wood and refinement in wood, thanks...
    Published on: 06/11/2019
  • New vegetation management technique to delay grape ripening
    There are several techniques for managing the vegetation of the vineyard, such as late pruning or severe topping, which can delay the ripening of grapes up to fifteen or twenty days. The combinatio...
    Published on: 09/07/2019
  • Farm Demo Conference in Brussels
    Farmers, advisors, researchers, policy makers, and other actors together to exchange their experiences and gain new knowledge.
    Published on: 08/07/2019
  • Video production for agriculture
    A guide for farmers, advisors and researchers developped in the framework of the PLAID project
    The European project PLAID (Peer-to-peer Learning, Accessing Innovation through Demonstration) is focused on peer-to-peer learning and studies how various demo activities favor the dissemination of...
    Published on: 01/07/2019
  • Published the proceedings of the "Rencontres Internationales du Rosé"
    The CIVP and the Center du Rosé have just published online the proceedings of the 5th edition of the "Rencontres Internationales du Rosé" held on 22nd January in Marseille. It is possible to
    Published on: 20/06/2019
  • Expansion and enhancement of varietal biodiversity of the "Colli Piacentini" wine district
    Results of the ValorInVitis project at ENOFORUM 2019
    At the XII edition of the technical-scientific Congress of the wine sector ENOFORUM, held in Vicenza from 21 to 23 May 2019, a session was dedicated to the presentation of the progress and the resu...
    Published on: 20/06/2019
  • New decision support tool for soil management in viticulture
    First results of Action 2 of the Soil4Wine LIFE + project
    One of the main objectives of the Soil4Wine LIFE + project is to develop a new decision support tool that can guide vinegrowers in soil management in the vineyard through four simple steps:
    Published on: 13/06/2019
  • Keep up the water during winter
    ‘Keep alert and plan’ is the take home message for grapegrowers from a three-year study that found reduced rain during winter is associated with reduced grape yields. ‘We now know...
    Published on: 10/06/2019
  • RECORD 2019 ENOFORUM
    The eleventh Italian edition of Enoforum ended on Thursday 23rd May, with 150 reports in three conference rooms during the three days of congress, results of the research and development activities...
    Published on: 04/06/2019
  • Estimating vineyard yield?
    The ultimate symbol of modernity, the smartphone isn’t the first image that comes to mind when you think of an old-world vineyard, but thanks to WSU’s Manoj Karkee, it might soon be as ...
    Published on: 02/06/2019
  • New biofuel made from waste deriving from wine production
    Current international policies promote the transition from the use of oil for transport to other sources of energy, such as electricity and biofuels. Although biofuels currently cannot compete with...
    Published on: 02/06/2019
  • Presentation of the first results of the Soil4Wine LIFE + project at ENOFORUM 2019
    Session devoted to sustainable viticulture and soil management
    The eleventh Italian edition of Enoforum ended on Thursday 23rd May, with 150 reports in three conference rooms during the three days of congress, results of the research and development activities...
    Published on: 29/05/2019
  • New uses for winemaking by-products
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    Wine by-products management can be hard and expensive. In this context, our research group is participating to the ReMarcForFood project, sponsored by Cariplo Foundation, in order to develop innova...
    Published on: 15/05/2019
  • Why some red wines taste 'dry'
    Wine connoisseurs can easily discriminate a dry red wine, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, from a fruitier red, like Pinot Noir. Scientists have long linked the "dryness" sensation in wine to tan
    Published on: 10/05/2019
  • Involvement of stakeholders: experiences of the Soil4Wine LIFE + project
    Demo farmers and Living Labs help to evaluate the decision-making tool to optimize soil management
    The Soil4Wine LIFE+ project implies the involvement of Demo farmers and Living labs for the development of a specific decision-making tool (DSS) to support the winemakers that will allow to identif...
    Published on: 10/05/2019
  • What makes a red wine green?
    A multi-pronged approach to researching ‘green’ flavours in red wines is paying dividends for researchers and wine producers. Innovative sensory approaches have led to new understanding...
    Published on: 09/05/2019
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