Grape (Vitis vinifera) compositional data spanning ten successive vintages in the context of abiotic growing parameters.

@inproceedings{Cozzolino2010GrapeV,
  title={Grape (Vitis vinifera) compositional data spanning ten successive vintages in the context of abiotic growing parameters.},
  author={Daniel Cozzolino and Wies U Cynkar and Robert G. Dambergs and Mark Gishen and Paul A. Smith},
  year={2010}
}
Information about changes in grape berry composition (e.g. total anthocyanins, total soluble solids and pH) in the context of the main growing parameters said to be changing with climate change (e.g. temperature, rainfall) is limited. This information is necessary in order to predict wine composition in possible future climate change scenarios as well as to help us to understand the adaptability of new varieties, new viticultural regions or winemaking practices. The aims of this study were… CONTINUE READING

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