Impact of soil texture differences on vigor and juice composition

Harvest has traditionally relied on soluble solids readings where a mean value is trusted, but as these authors show, the variation around that mean can be as important a factor in determining wine quality. One aspect that greatly influences the magnitude of that variation  is the presence of extra-small or extra-large vines.

The full text is published in the Journal of Vine and Wine Sciences, not available online.

Canopy Management

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Pests And Diseases

Phenolics And Color

Roots And Soils

Vineyard Design

Vineyard Establishment

Wine Microbiology

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