Shiraz berry size in relation to seed number and implications for juice and wine composition

@inproceedings{Walker2005ShirazBS,
  title={Shiraz berry size in relation to seed number and implications for juice and wine composition},
  author={Rob R. Walker and Deidre H. Blackmore and Peter Royce Clingeleffer and George H. Kerridge and Ernst H. R{\"u}hl and P Reynolds Nicholas},
  year={2005}
}
This study was conducted over three seasons on irrigated Shiraz grapevines growing in a warm climate. We addressed The question of whether differences in berry size (within a population of berries from minimally pruned, own-rooted or Ramsey-grafted vines), would lead to differences in juice composition, wine composition or wine sensory score. Predictably, berry mass was found to increase with seed number, but berries in the smallest mass categories (0.3-0.7 g) still had similar juice soluble… CONTINUE READING

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