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New varieties for obtaining low alcoholic wines and characterization of one of the largest collection of grapevine rootstocks

Rocio Gil Muñoz, Murcian Institute of Agriculture and Food Research and Development; Gabriella De Lorenzis, University of Milan

New varieties for obtaining low alcoholic wines and characterization of one of the largest collection of grapevine rootstocks

We offer you two more very interesting short speeches from the first Enoforum Web Conference.

The main challenge faced by viticulture is the adaptation to the new consumer demands that require wines with lower alcohol content and greater freshness. Rocio Gil Munoz from the Murcian Institute of Agriculture and Food Research and Development will discuss how new hybrids obtained from Monastrell variety can help to achieve this goal in her work intitled New varieties derived from Monastrell for obtaining low alcoholic wines”.

Gabriella De Lorenzis, researcher at the Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences - University of Milan, presents the study of genetic characterization of a large collection, 349 rootstocks and other non-vinifera accessions maintained at the University of Milan, through the use of microsatellite markers that are a valuable tool to facilitate the management of germplasm collections and assess genetic diversity in her work “Characterized one of the largest collections of grapevine rootstocks (non-vinifera)”.

Videos of the entries submitted to the Enoforum Web Contest 2021 during the Enoforum Web Conference (23-25 February 2021)

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Published on 10/27/2021
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