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Dipartimento di Colture Arboree

Pomology and Arboriculture Department

IVV-CNR

Asti Studi Superiori Consortium

17 th International Symposium

Under the padronage of:

GiESCO 2011

29 th August - 2 nd September 2011

Asti - Alba (CN), Italy


17th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM GiESCO 2011

Group of International Experts of Vitivinicultural Systems for CoOperation

Asti – Alba, Italy

August 29 th – September 2 nd , 2011

GESCO was the original acronym for "Groupe d'Etude des Systèmes de COnduite de la vigne". It was started, as European

group, by Alain Carbonneau and others, and was originally, as the name implies, focused on training systems. The group

grew, become International, and the focus on training systems was dropped. Recently the group renamed itself to:

"Group of International Experts of vitivinicultural Systems for CoOperation".

Organizing Institutions

University of Turin - Dep. Colture Arboree, IVV-CNR, Asti Studi Superiori Consortium

Supporting Institutions

O.I.V. (International Organization of Vine and Wine), Accademia Italiana della Vite e del Vino, Regione Piemonte, MiPAF,

Chaire UNESCO Culture et Traditions du Vin.

Main Sponsors

Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Asti, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo, Fondazione Giovanni Dalmasso, MiPAF,

Regione Piemonte, VCR, Misure di Bruno Zampetti & c. S.n.c., New Holland, Nuovo Mollificio Astigiano.

Convener

Vittorino NOVELLO

Organizing Committee

Giuliana GAY, Ivana GRIBAUDO, Anna SCHNEIDER, Franco MANNINI, Giorgio GAMBINO, Silvia CAVALLETTO, Silvia

GUIDONI, Marco BOVIO, Andrea SCHUBERT, Claudio LOVISOLO, Alessandra FERRANDINO, Federico BONINO, Giancarlo

BOUNOUS.

Scientific Committee

Alain CARBONNEAU, Borbála BÁLO, Giovanni CARGNELLO, Rogerio de CASTRO, Laura de PALMA, Rosario DI LORENZO,

Nick DOKOOZLIAN, Gregory V. JONES, Silvia GUIDONI, Jacobus J. HUNTER, José Ramón LISSARRAGUE, Franco

MANNINI, Francois MURISIER, Montserrat NADAL, Vittorino NOVELLO, Hernán OJEDA, Đjordano PERŠURIĆ, Enrico

PETERLUNGER, Stefano PONI, Jorge B. QUEIROZ, Andrew G. REYNOLDS, Jean-Philippe ROBY, Hans Reiner SCHULTZ,

Vicente SOTÉS, Bruno TISSEYRE, Jorge TONIETTO, Laurent TORREGROSA, James A. WOLPERT.

Contacts

Responsible

Prof. Vittorino NOVELLO

Tel. +39 011 6708758

Fax +39 011 2368758

e-mail vittorino.novello@unito.it

Secretary

Dott.ssa Silvia CAVALLETTO

Tel. +39 011 6708706

Fax +39 011 2368706

e-mail silvia.cavalletto@unito.it

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Programme - Final Draft

August 29 th , Monday

Asti, new University building main hall - Fabrizio de Andrè Area

08.00-09.00 Registration of Participants

09.00-10.30 Opening ceremony

Federico Castellucci, OIV Director, WORLD VITICULTURE

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

Session I – Opening lectures

11.00-11.15 Introductory Remarks

Vittorino Novello

Alain Carbonneau

11.15-11.45 Opening lecture - Laurent Torregrosa

MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH TO SELECT NEW CULTIVARS ADAPTED TO CLIMATE CHANGES

Nathalie OLLAT, Lucie FERNANDEZ, Charles ROMIEU, Eric DUCHÊNE, José Ramón LISSARRAGUE, David LECOURIEUX, Agnès

AGEORGES, Mary KELLY, Juan CACHO, Julian RIVAS, Rosa LAMUELA, Jean Pascal GOUTOULY, Cornelis van LEEUWEN, Elisa

MARGUERIT, Anthony PECCOUX, Francois BARRIEU, Patrice THIS, Eric LEBON, Anne PELLEGRINO, José-Miguel MARTINEZ

ZAPATER, Laurent TORREGROSA

Session II – Viticulture of Mediterranean and hot regions

Chairperson: Stefanos Koundouras

11.45-12.15 Invited Speaker – Jorge Tonietto

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VITICULTURE FOR A HIGH QUALITY TROPICAL WINE PRODUCTION IN THE WORLD

Jorge TONIETTO, Giuliano Elias PEREIRA

12.15-12.30 G.E. Pereira

USE OF CHEMOMETRICS TO CHARACTERIZE TROPICAL WINES FROM DIFFERENT VINTAGES AND GRAPE CULTIVARS

ACCORDING TO THE 1 H NMR SPECTROSCOPY DATA

Humberto GOMES NETO, Fernando HALLWASS, João Bosco Paraíso da SILVA, Giuliano Elias PEREIRA

12.30-12.45 L. Lima

POLYPHENOLIC AND CHROMATIC CHARACTERIZATION OF TROPICAL RED WINES PRODUCED IN THE SÃO FRANCISCO

RIVER VALLEY (NORTHEAST BRAZIL)

Luciana Leite de Andrade LIMA, Giuliano Elias PEREIRA, Samara Alvachian Cardoso ANDRADE, Nonete Barbosa GUERRA

12.45-13.00 F. De Herralde

ROOT GROWTH DYNAMICS AND EFFECTS ON WHOLE PLANT GROWTH IN THREE ROOTSTOCKS UNDER LOW WATER

AVAILABILITY CONDITIONS

Felicidad DE HERRALDE, Xavier ARANDA, Carme BIEL, Robert SAVÉ

13.00-13.15 S. Koundouras

WATER AND NITROGEN EFFECTS ON CARBON ISOTOPE COMPOSITION (δ 13 C) OF FIELD-GROWN GRAPEVINES UNDER A

MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE

Dimitris TASKOS, Konstantinos KARAKIOULAKIS, Nikolaos THEODOROU, Ioannis T. TSIALTAS, Eleftheria ZIOZIOU, Nikolaos

NIKOLAOU, Stefanos KOUNDOURAS

13.15-13.30 C. Collins

GRAPEVINE REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE IN A HOTTER CLIMATE

Cassandra COLLINS, Suzanne McKAY, Annette JAMES, Victor SADRAS

13.30-15.00 Lunch & poster view

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Session III – Sustainable Viticulture and terroir

Chairperson: Enrico Peterlunger

15.00-15.30 Invited Speaker – Jacobus J. Hunter

INTEGRATIVE STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE VITICULTURE AND TERROIR VALORISATION

Jacobus J. HUNTER, Eben ARCHER, Albert E. STREVER, Cornelis G. VOLSCHENK

15.30-15.45 B. Bálo

APPLICATION OF NEW RESEARCH APPROACHES IN THE EVALUATION OF VITICULTURAL POTENTIAL OF DIFFERENT

TERROIRS (PRELIMINARY RESULTS)

Borbála BÁLO, Gyula VÁRADI, Erika TÓTH, Márta LADÁNYI, Erzsébet SZŰCS, Péter BURAI, Csaba LÉNÁRT, Tibor BÍRÓ, Zsolt

ZSÓFI

15.45-16.00 M. Białobrzeska

DELINEATION OF POTENTIAL VITICULTURE AREAS IN SOUTH-WESTERN POLAND

Monika BIAŁOBRZESKA, Mariusz SZYMANOWSKI, Maciej KRYZA

16.00-16.15 A. Carbonneau

MODELS OF ARCHITECTURES ADAPTED TO A SUSTAINABLE VITICULTURE. INTEREST AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE

FOLDABLE LYRE

Alain CARBONNEAU, Hernán OJEDA

16.15-16.30 P. Coll

STUDYING SOIL QUALITY IS ESSENTIAL TO EVALUATE THE SUSTAINABILITY OF A VINEYARD

Patrice COLL, Egidio LARDO, Edith LE CADRE, Cécile VILLENAVE

16.30-16.45 L. Gonthier

TOTAL GRASS COVER IN VINEYARDS: AN INNOVATING AND PROMISING SOIL MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVE TO REDUCE

THE USE OF HERBICIDES

Laure GONTIER, Thierry DUFOURCQ, Christophe GAVIGLIO

16.45-17.00 P.W. Skinner

ESTABLISHING BASELINES FOR CARBON SEQUESTRATION AND SOIL SUSTAINABILITY OF VINEYARD LANDS IN NORTHERN

CHINA

Paul W. SKINNER, Claudio TRONCONI, Travis NAUMAN, Craig RASMUSSEN, Qin HAIZHI, Genxing PAN

17.00-17.15 C. Gary

THE MANAGEMENT OF INTERCROPS IN VINEYARDS SHOULD BE ADAPTIVE TO BUFFER THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE

VARIABILITY ON THE GRAPEVINE PERFORMANCES

Aude RIPOCHE, Jean-Pierre RELLIER, Roger MARTIN-CLOUAIRE, Christian GARY

17.15-18.00 Discussion sessions II & III

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August 30 th , Tuesday

Asti, new University building main hall - Fabrizio de Andrè Area

Session IV – Advanced technological viticulture

Chairperson: Carlos Lopes

08.30-09.00 Invited Speaker - Giovanni Agati

IN FIELD NON-DESTRUCTIVE OPTICAL SENSING OF GRAPE MATURITY

Giovanni AGATI, Zoran G. CEROVIC

09.00-09.15 Y. Guisard

METHODOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENTS WHEN USING THERMAL IMAGERY IN VITICULTURE

Yann GUISARD, Jeremy WHISH, Geoffrey SCOLLARY

09.15-09.30 B. Tisseyre

SPATIAL EXTRAPOLATION OF THE VINE WATER STATUS AT THE WHOLE DENOMINATION SCALE

Kevin BARALON, Jean-Christophe PAYAN, Elian SALANCON, Bruno TISSEYRE

09.30-09.45 J. Tardaguila

USING RGB IMAGE ANALYSIS TO ASSESS THE IMPACT OF EARLY DEFOLIATION ON THE FRUIT ZONE

Javier TARDAGUILA, Ana HERRERO-LANGREO, Pilar BARREIRO, Constantino VALERO, Stefano PONI, María Paz DIAGO

09.45-10.00 C. Bonghi

SENSORIAL, BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR CHANGES ON RABOSO PIAVE GRAPE BERRIES HARVESTED BY APPLYING

DOUBLE REASONED MATURATION AND LATE HARVEST TECHNIQUES

Fiorenza ZILIOTTO, Fabio Massimo RIZZINI, Gianni TEO, Lisa VEILLEUX, Angelo RAMINA, Giovanni CARGNELLO, Claudio

BONGHI

10.00-10.30 Coffee break

Chairperson: Borbála Bálo

10.30-10.45 A.E. Strever

NON-DESTRUCTIVE ASSESSMENT OF LEAF COMPOSITION AS RELATED TO GROWTH OF THE GRAPEVINE (Vitis vinifera L.

CV. SHIRAZ)

Albert E. STREVER, P.R. YOUNG, H. BOSHOFF, Jacobus J. HUNTER

10.45-11.00 M.P. Diago

EXPLORING ZENITHAL AND LATERAL THERMOGRAPHY FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF VINEYARD WATER STATUS

Helga OCHAGAVÍA, Olga M. GRANT, Javier BALUJA, María Paz DIAGO, Javier TARDAGUILA

11.00-11.15 J.C. Herrera-Nuñez M. Białobrzeska

APPLICATION OF TOPOGRAPHY POSITION INDEX (TPI) FOR VITICULTURE ZONES CLASSIFICATION: A CASE-STUDY IN THE

TERAMO PROVINCE, ITALY

Jose C. HERRERA-NUÑEZ, Monika BIAŁOBRZESKA, Michele PISANTE

11.15-11.30 E. Fiorillo

COMPARISON OF THREE DIFFERENT METHODS OF NDVI ACQUISITION FOR VINEYARD CANOPY MONITORING AND THEIR

SUITABILITY FOR GRAPE QUALITY CLASSIFICATION

Edoardo FIORILLO, Tiziana DE FILIPPIS, Salvatore Filippo DI GENNARO, Alessandro MATESE, Francesco Primo VACCARI,

Paolo CARNEVALI, Stefano PEDÒ, Stefano DI BLASI, Lorenzo GENESIO

11.30-11.45 New Holland

11.45-13.00 Discussion session IV

13.00-14.30 Lunch & poster view

14.30 Technical Tours Canavese/Ghemme/Langhe/Monferrato

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August 31 st , Wednesday

Asti, new University building main hall - Fabrizio de Andrè Area

Session V – Ecophysiology and climatology

Chairperson: Gregory V. Jones

08.30-09.00 Invited Speaker – Hans Reiner Schultz

CLIMATOLOGY, ECOPHYSIOLOGY, VINE PERFORMANCE - A SET OF STRANGE CONNECTIONS

Hans Reiner SCHULTZ

09.00-09.15 L. de Palma

LEAF REMOVAL, VINE PHYSIOLOGY AND WINE QUALITY IN CV NEGRAMARO (Vitis vinifera L.)

Laura de PALMA, Luigi TARRICONE, Gaia MUCI, Patrizio LIMOSANI, Michele SAVINO, Vittorino NOVELLO

09.15-09.30 D. Mosetti

EFFECT OF BASAL LEAF REMOVAL AND NITROGEN NUTRITION ON GRAPE QUALITY OF SAUVIGNON BLANC

Davide MOSETTI, Simone Diego CASTELLARIN, Giovanni BIGOT, Giorgio ALBERTI, Enrico PETERLUNGER

09.30-09.45 P. Sabbatini

ANALYSIS OF BERRY GROWTH AND MATURATION AS RELATED TO CROPPING LEVELS AND SEASONAL VARIATION

Paolo SABBATINI, Letizia TOZZINI, Gordon S. HOWELL, James A. WOLPERT

09.45-10.00 D. Santini

ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL AND AGRONOMIC RESPONSE OF TWO “NEBBIOLO” CLONES TO DIFFERENT LEAFROLL VIRUS

INFECTION

Deborah SANTINI, Alessandra MOLLO, Davide PACIFICO, Enrico BORGOGNO MONDINO, Franco MANNINI

10.00-10.30 Coffee break

Chairperson: Laura de Palma

10.30-10.45 J.A. Prieto

ASSESSING WHOLE CANOPY GAS EXCHANGE THROUGH A FUNCTIONAL-STRUCTURAL PLANT MODEL FOR GRAPEVINE (CV.

SYRAH)

Jorge A. PRIETO, Gaëtan LOUARN, Jorge PEREZ PEÑA, Hernán OJEDA, Thierry SIMONNEAU, Eric LEBON

10.45-11.00 S. Poni

SHOOT THINNING EFFECTS ON SEASONAL WHOLE-CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND VINE PERFORMANCE IN Vitis Vinifera L.

CV. BARBERA

Fabio BERNIZZONI, Silvia CIVARDI, Maria Isabel van ZELLER de MACEDO BASTO GONÇALVES, Matteo GATTI, Stefano PONI

11.00-11.15 C. van Leeuwen

SPATIALISATION OF VINE WATER AND NITROGEN STATUS AT THE ESTATE LEVEL OR AT THE BLOCK LEVEL

Cornelis van LEEUWEN, Jean Pascal GOUTOULY, David PERNET, Laure de RESSÉGUIER, Philippe FRIANT, Jean-Philippe ROBY

11.15-11.30 I. Filippetti

EFFECTS OF LATE-SEASON SOURCE LIMITATIONS INDUCED BY TRIMMING AND ANTITRASPIRANTS CANOPY SPRAY ON

GRAPE COMPOSITION DURING RIPENING IN Vitis vinifera CV. SANGIOVESE

Ilaria FILIPPETTI, Gianluca ALLEGRO, Nooshin MOVAHED, Chiara PASTORE, Gabriele VALENTINI, Cesare INTRIERI

11.30-11.45 J. Smith

VARIATION IN STARCH AND NITROGEN RESERVE STORAGE BY GRAPEVINES AND MEASUREMENT BY ATR-FT-IR

SPECTROSCOPY

Jason SMITH, Leo QUIRK, Markus MÜLLER, Leigh SCHMIDTKE, Bruno HOLZAPFEL

11.45-12.00 R. De Bei

CARBOHYDRATE DYNAMICS OF CHARDONNAY GRAPEVINES AFFECTED BY IRRIGATION REDUCTION AND RECOVERING

REGIMES

Roberta DE BEI, Sigfredo FUENTES, Wendy SULLIVAN, Joanne PECH, Everard J. EDWARDS, Michael McCARTHY, Steve

TYERMAN

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12.00-12.15 M. Keller

GRAPEVINE COLD HARDINESS: A MODEL AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE

Markus KELLER, John C. FERGUSON, Lynn J. MILLS, Julie M. TARARA, Gary G. GROVE, Gerrit HOOGENBOOM

12.15-14.00 Lunch & poster view

Chairperson: Hans Reiner Schultz

14.00-14.15 L.G. Santesteban

EFFECT OF CLIMATIC CONDITIONS AND CULTIVAR ON TOTAL NITROGEN AND INDIVIDUAL FREE AMINO ACID CONTENT OF

GRAPES IN NAVARRA AND LA RIOJA (SPAIN)

Luis Gonzaga SANTESTEBAN, Carlos MIRANDA, José Bernardo ROYO

14.15-14.30 M. Hofmann

SIMULATING THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON VINEYARD WATER BUDGET USING DIFFERENT REGIONALISED HIGH

RESOLUTION CLIMATE MODELS

Marco HOFMANN, Hans Reiner SCHULTZ

14.30-14.45 C. Cuccia

VARIABILITY OF ESTIMATED DATES OF THE OCCURRENCE OF DEVELOPMENT STAGES OF PINOT NOIR IN BURGUNDY, FOR

CURRENT AND FUTURE CLIMATE, DEPENDING ON THE PHENOLOGICAL MODEL USED

Cédric CUCCIA, Benjamin BOIS, Amber PARKER, Cornelis van LEEUWEN, Thierry CASTEL, Iñaki GARCIA DE CORTAZAR-

ATAURI, Yves RICHARD

14.45-15.00 M. Moriondo

THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON GRAPEVINE CULTIVATED AREA

Marco MORIONDO, Marco BINDI, Gregory V. JONES, Benjamin BOIS, Roberto FERRISE, Giacomo TROMBI

15.00-15.15 G.V. Jones

VITICULTURAL ZONING IN EUROPE: INTER-ANNUAL VARIABILITY

Gregory V. JONES, João A. SANTOS, Aureliano C. MALHEIRO, Joaquim G. PINTO

15.15-16.00 Discussion

Session VI – Viticulture R&D within Rapidly Changing Innovation and Funding Systems

Chairperson: Peter Hayes, Vice-President OIV

16.00-16.20 Opening: Workshop Purpose and Scene Setting

I. EYNARD AWARDS, A. Gandini

16.20-16.40

EUROPEAN CASE STUDY: RECENT FUNDING CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES

Hans Reiner Schulz

16.40-17.00

AUSTRALIA CASE STUDY: THE GWRDC FUNDING MODEL AND COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH

Peter Hayes

Chairperson: Cesare Intrieri

17.00-17-30 Discussion

17.30-18.00 Italian Industry Perspective and Concluding Response

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September 1 st , Thursday

08.00-09.00 Transfer to Alba

Alba, Ferrero Foundation main hall - Strada di Mezzo, 44

Session VII – Vineyard management

Chairperson: Jean-Philippe Roby

09.00-09.30 Invited Speaker - Nick Dokoozlian

SOME NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE IMPACT OF VINE BALANCE ON GRAPE AND WINE FLAVOR DEVELOPMENT

Nick DOKOOZLIAN, Nona EBISUDA, Micheal CLEARY

09.30-09.45 P. Dry

MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES TO REDUCE BUNCH TEMPERATURE IN AUSTRALIAN VINEYARDS

Peter DRY

09.45-10.00 M. Krasnow

THE EFFECTS OF CLUSTER GIRDLING ON FRUIT GROWTH, FIRMNESS AND COMPOSITION

Mark KRASNOW, Mark MATTHEWS, Douglas ADAMS, Kenneth SHACKEL

10.00-10.15 L. Tarricone

EFFECTS OF CROP LOAD AND TIME OF GIRDLING ON SUGRATHIRTEEN® TABLE GRAPE: FIRST RESULTS

Giovanni GENTILESCO, Antonio Maria AMENDOLAGINE, Maria Angela GIANNANDREA, Luciano NOTARANGELO, Sabino

ROCCOTELLI, Serafino SURIANO, Michele SAVINO, Vitantonio ROMANAZZI, Luigi TARRICONE

10.15-10.30 L. Rustioni

ANTHOCYANIN PROFILE VARIABILITY: CHANGES IN SANGIOVESE PIGMENTS ACYLATION RELATED TO GROWING

CONDITION AND VITICULTURAL MANAGEMENT

Laura RUSTIONI, Mara ROSSONI, Mattia VAIRETTI, Osvaldo FAILLA, Attilio SCIENZA

10.30-10.45 B. Holzapfel

THE INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON NITROGEN RESERVES OF THE PERENNIAL STRUCTURE IN

SHIRAZ GRAPEVINES IN SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA

Bruno HOLZAPFEL, Jason SMITH

Chairperson: Jesús Yuste

10.45-11.00 M. Lafontaine

ANTHOCYANIN CONCENTRATION IN PINOT NOIR BERRIES AND THEIR EXTRACTION INTO WINE AS AFFECTED BY

ROOTSTOCK

Magali LAFONTAINE, Rob C. SCHOLZ, Manfred STOLL, Hans Reiner SCHULTZ

11.00-11.15 D. Papi

EFFECTS OF DEFOLIATION AND CLUSTER THINNING ON PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF

SANGIOVESE GRAPES

Daniel PAPI, Massimiliano BALDI, Marco LEPRINI, Riccardo SPICUZZA, Paolo STORCHI

11.15-11.30 D.S. Intrigliolo

EARLY LEAF PULLING REDUCES CLUSTER COMPACTNESS AND IMPROVES FRUIT COMPOSITION OF CV. MANDÓ. A

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXAMPLE FOR PREMIUM WINE PRODUCTION

Ivan GÓMEZ, David PALAU, Javier REVERT, María Dolores ESTEVE, María Dolores CLIMENT, Antonio MARTINEZ, Jesús

JIMENEZ, Diego S. INTRIGLIOLO

11.30-11.45 I. Gribaudo

MONITORING THE SPREAD OF VIRUSES AFTER VINEYARD REPLANTING WITH VIRUS-FREE CLONES OF Vitis vinifera

“NEBBIOLO‟: AN UPDATE

Ivana GRIBAUDO, Danila CUOZZO, Giorgio GAMBINO, Sabrina BERTIN, Domenico BOSCO, Daniele DELLAVALLE, Alba

COTRONEO, Franco MANNINI

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Chairperson: Stefano Poni

11.45-12.00 G. McGourty

IMPROVING THE YIELD AND QUALITY OF SAUVIGNON BLANC

Glenn McGOURTY, Jim NOSERA, David KOBALL, Carrie Ann KUNKEL, T. FREIBERG, Stuart WEISS

12.00-12.15 P.R. Clingeleffer

ROOTSTOCKS, A TOOL TO MANIPULATE VINE GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS, FRUIT COMPOSITION AND WINE QUALITY

ATTRIBUTES, WATER USE EFFICIENCY AND DROUGHT TOLERANCE

Peter R. CLINGELEFFER, Brady P. SMITH, Everard J. EDWARDS, Marisa J. COLLINS, Norma B. MORALES, Rob R. WALKER

12.15-12.30 J. Yuste

INFLUENCE OF 9 GRAPEVINE ROOTSTOCKS ON VEGETATIVE-PRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT AND GRAPE QUALITY OF

TEMPRANILLO VARIETY IN THE A.O. RUEDA (SPAIN)

Jesús YUSTE, María ALBURQUERQUE

12.30-12.45 M. Greven

THE INFLUENCE OF CROP LOAD ON VINE PERFORMANCE AND FRUIT CHARACTERISTICS

Marc GREVEN, Sue NEAL, Jeff BENNETT, Helen BOLDINGH

12.45-13.00 F. Martinez de Toda P. Balda

DECREASING THE ALCOHOL LEVEL IN QUALITY RED WINES BY THE “DOUBLE HARVEST” TECHNIQUE

Fernando MARTÍNEZ DE TODA, Pedro BALDA

13.00-14.30 Lunch

14.30-16.30 General Discussion and Conclusions

Académie de la Vigne et du Vin

Chairwoman: Jocelyne Pérard (Chaire Unesco)

Co-chairman: Giovanni Cargnello

Part 1

16.30-16.45 A. Carbonneau

WILD GRAPEVINE AND CULTIVATED GRAPEVINE: WHERE IS THE FRONTIER?

Alain CARBONNEAU

16.45-17.00 M.A. Carbonneau A. Carbonneau

WINE, ALCOHOL AND HEALTH: WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS WE MUST ASK?

Marie-Annette CARBONNEAU

17.00-17.15 L. Galletto

KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION OF THE PROSECCO WINE AMONG FOREIGN PEOPLE

Vasco BOATTO, Giovanni CARGNELLO, Luigi GALLETTO

Part 2

17.15-17.25 A. Carbonneau EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH OF FRANCE

17.25-17.35 P. Hayes EXPERIENCE IN AUSTRALIA

17.35-17.45 G.E. Pereira EXPERIENCE IN NORTH-EAST OF BRAZIL

17.45-17.55 M. Fregoni EXPERIENCE IN ITALY

17.55-18.00 A. Carbonneau SHORT CONCLUSION ON METHODOLOGY

18.00-18.30 Transfer to Fontanafredda

18.30-20.00 Visit Fontanafredda Vineyards & Winery

20.00 Closure dinner

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September 2 nd , Friday

Asti, new University building, room 2

Fabrizio de Andrè Area

09.00-12.00 GiESCO Scientific Committee

Board of Directors of the GiESCO

General Assembly

Post meeting tours (optional)

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Poster

Session II – Viticulture of Mediterranean and hot regions

CHARACTERIZATION OF AROMATIC PROFILES IN BRAZILIAN TROPICAL WINES DETERMINED BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY

AND MULTIVARIATE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS

Ana Julia de Brito ARAÚJO, Regina VANDERLINDE, Luciana Leite de Andrade LIMA, Giuliano Elias PEREIRA

SENSORY PROFILES OF TROPICAL WINES PRODUCED IN THE SÃO FRANCISCO RIVER VALEY (NORTHEAST BRAZIL)

Nonete Barbosa GUERRA, Luciana Leite de Andrade LIMA, Giuliano Elias PEREIRA, Samara Alvachian Cardoso ANDRADE,

Karina Correia da SILVEIRA, Taciana Leite de Andrade LIMA

PHOTOSYNTHETICALLY ACTIVE RADIATION LEVELS IN A SYRAH VINEYARD IN A BRAZILIAN TROPICAL SEMIARID AREA:

PRELIMINARY RESULTS

Magna Soelma Beserra MOURA, José Francisco Alves do CARMO, Ivan I.S. SÁ, Patrícia Coelho de Souza LEÃO, Thieres G.F. da

SILVA, Luciana S.B. de SOUZA

EFFECTS OF LEAF REMOVAL AND SHOOT TRIMMING ON PHYSIOLOGICAL AND AGRONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SYRAH

GRAPEVINE IN NORTHEAST BRAZIL: PRELIMINARY RESULTS

Patrícia Coelho de Souza LEÃO, Ana Rita Leandro dos SANTOS, Ivi Lithiany Souza SANTOS, José Francisco Alves do CARMO

CABERNET SAUVIGNON IN TROPICAL SEMI-ARID CLIMATE (PERNAMBUCO – BRASIL) Adaptation of some clones and their

affinity to different rootstocks

Rogério de CASTRO, Amândio CRUZ, Francisco AMORIM, Giuliano Elias PEREIRA, João A. SANTOS, Carlos LUCAS, Jorge

RICARDO-DA-SILVA

QUALITY POTENTIAL OF “NEW-OLD” WHITE WINEGRAPE GENOTYPES FROM DAUNIA (NORTHERN APULIA REGION): BACK

TO THE FUTURE?

Laura de PALMA, Patrizio LIMOSANI, Maria DE MICHELE, Pasquale TAMBORRA, Luigi TARRICONE, Giuseppina POLI, Vittorino

NOVELLO

Session III – Sustainable Viticulture and terroir

PLURIENNAL TRIALS FOR THE CONTROL OF GRAPEVINE DOWNY MILDEW WITH NATURAL PRODUCTS

Anna LA TORRE, Claudio MANDALÁ, Federica CARADONIA, Valerio BATTAGLIA

NERO DI TROIA, SUSUMANIELLO AND UVALINO: ITALIAN AUTOCHTHONOUS WINE GRAPE VARIETIES WITH HIGH

CONTENTS IN STILBENIC AND FLAVONOIDS COMPOUNDS

Serafino SURIANO, Pasquale TAMBORRA, Michele SAVINO, Luigi TARRICONE

ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITIES OF GRAPE SEEDS FROM DIFFERENT CULTIVARS AND CLONES OF CENTRAL ITALY

Simonetta MORETTI, Maria Cristina COMANDINI, Roberto VALORI, Francesca CECCHINI

EFFECTS OF CANOPY HEIGHT AND IRRIGATION ON TEMPRANILLO GRAPEVINES (Vitis Vinifera L.). WATER RELATIONS, VINE

PERFORMANCE AND FRUIT COMPOSITION

D. PÉREZ, A. YEVES, D. RISCO, Diego S. INTRIGLIOLO, Juan Ramon CASTEL

EFFECT OF THE TERROIR ON THE NUTRACEUTICAL PROPRIETIES IN Vitis Vinifera L. CV. DOLCETTO

Francesca CECCHINI, Barbara GIANNINI, Massimo MORASSUT, Simonetta MORETTI

CLONE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION: AGRONOMIC AND ENOLOGICAL PERFORMANCES OF ‘BARBERA’ SELECTIONS IN TWO

WINE-GROWING AREAS OF PIEDMONT (NORTH-WEST ITALY)

Franco MANNINI, Alessandra MOLLO, Deborah SANTINI, Ruggero TRAGNI, Elena MARCHESE

CONTRIBUTION TO THE AROMATIC CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME AUTOCHTHONOUS ITALIAN WINE-GRAPES

Pasquale TAMBORRA, Michele SAVINO, Serafino SURIANO, Luigi TARRICONE, Loredana LANZELLOTTI

BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT IN VITICULTURE LANDSCAPES DEMONSTRATING PROJECT LIFE+ BIODIVINE

Joel ROCHARD, Carine HERBIN, France MERCIER, Maarten VAN HELDEN, Josépha GUENSER, Marie FAUCHADOUR

EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF BIODEGRADABLE MULCHING ON GRAPEVINE NURSERY SOIL MANAGEMENT

Luigi TARRICONE, Sara GUERRINI, Manuela IMPALLARI, Teresa NOBILE, Gianvito MASI, Pasquale TAMBORRA, Antonio Maria

AMENDOLAGINE

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TERRITORY BELONGING TO “TERRE ALTE DI BRISIGHELLA” VINEGROWING AREA

Leonardo VALENTI, Andrea GOZZINI, Isabella GHIGLIENO, Giovanni NIGRO, Stefano RAIMONDI, Gabriele ANTOLINI, Paolo

BABINI, Fulvio MATTIVI

Last update August 28 th , 2011


RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOIL ORIGIN AND WINE STILBENE CONCENTRATION IN THE “SANGIOVESE DI ROMAGNA”

APPELLATION AREA

Matteo GATTI, Maurizio ZAMBONI, Silvia CIVARDI, Natalia BOBEICA, Marco ZANETTI, Driss ELOTHMANI, Luigi BAVARESCO

PRECISION VITICULTURE TOOLS TO MANAGE GOBLET-TRAINED VINEYARDS IN “RIOJA ALAVESA”

Inés URRETAVIZCAYA, Luis Gonzaga SANTESTEBAN, Nagore ECHEVARRÍA, Carlos MIRANDA, José Bernardo ROYO

SOIL ORGANIC MATTER, AGGREGATE STABILITY AND RESPIRATION: INTEGRATED MEASURES FOR THE EVALUATION OF

THE SOIL SUSTAINABILITY IN THE VINEYARDS

Egidio LARDO, Patrice COLL, Giuseppe CELANO, Edith LE CADRE, Cécile VILLENAVE, Cristos XILOYANNIS

RULES FOR PLOT ROTATION IN WINEGROWING ESTATES BASED ON THE CREATED ECONOMIC VALUE

Laure de RESSÉGUIER, Jean-Philippe ROBY, Cornelis van LEEUWEN

INTERNATIONAL WINES IN A TRADITIONAL ITALIAN WINE PRODUCING REGION

Claudia BELLONE, Luigi GALLETTO

VARIETY, PLANT ARCHITECTURE AND PRUNING METHODS INFLUENCE ON GREY MOLD OF GRAPEVINE

Milka FERRER, Gustavo GONZALEZ-NEVES, Gianfranca CAMUSSI, Gerardo ECHEVERRIA, Alain CARBONNEAU

INDIRECT ESTIMATION OF NITROGEN RESERVES CONTRIBUTION TO ANNUAL GROWTH OF GRAPEVINE

Nicolas GUILPART, Aurélie METAY, Christian GARY

Session IV – Advanced technological viticulture

EFFECT OF FACTORS RELATED TO THE TRAINING SYSTEM IN VINEYARDS ON A REMOTELY-SENSED VEGETATIVE INDEX

Bruno TISSEYRE, Jean-Christophe PAYAN, Elian SALANCON, James A. TAYLOR

APPLICATION OF AN AUTOMATIC SAMPLER TO INTACT WINEGRAPE ANALYSIS BY FT-NIR TECHNOLOGY

Fabrizio TORCHIO, Enzo CAGNASSO, Simone GIACOSA, Luca ROLLE, Vincenzo GERBI

BERRY SENSORY ASSESSMENT (BSA) – SHOULD FROZEN WINE GRAPE BERRIES BE USED IN SENSORY EVALUATIONS? IS

BSA IMPORTANT FOR WINEMAKERS AND GRAPEGROWERS?

Sandra OLARTE, Cassandra COLLINS, Susan E.P. BASTIAN

INFLUENCE OF IRRIGATION MANAGEMENTS AS PARTIAL ROOTZONE DRYING, DEFICIT IRRIGATION AND SUSTAINED

STRESS IRRIGATION, ON VEGETATIVE AND PRODUCTIVE PARAMETERS OF Vitis Vinifera L., CV CANNONAU

Massimiliano Giuseppe MAMELI, Lorenzo ZUCCA, Luciano DE PAU, Daniela SATTA

Session V – Ecophysiology and climatology

DIFFERENCES IN NEAR-ISOHYDRIC AND ANISOHYDRIC BEHAVIOUR OF FOUR FIELD-GROWN Vitis Vinifera L. CULTIVARS

ACCOUNT FOR LEAF SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE THROUGHOUT THE SEASON

Juan Luis CHACÓN, Rafael MONTERO, Jesús MARTÍNEZ

CARBON ISOTOPIC RATIO VARIATIONS RELATED TO WATER STRESS IN SOME TUSCAN AND SICILIAN WINES

Valentina DELL’ORO, Aldo CIAMBOTTI, Christos TSOLAKIS

EFFECT OF SUNLIGHT EXPOSURE ON THE POLYPHENOLIC CONTENT OF GRAPEVINE LEAVES

Marianna KOCSIS, Silvia JAKABOVÁ, Péter TESZLÁK, Krisztián GAÁL, Borbála BOROS

PRELIMINARY STUDIES OF NIGHT-TIME STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE AND TRANSPIRATION OF THREE FIELD-GROWN Vitis

Vinifera L. CULTIVARS

Rafael MONTERO, Juan Luis CHACÓN, Jesús MARTÍNEZ

STOMATAL SENSITIVITY OF FOUR GRAPEVINE CULTIVARS TO SOIL WATER STATUS

Jesús MARTÍNEZ, Rafael MONTERO, Roberto RODRIGUEZ, Juan Luis CHACÓN

EVALUATION OF SOME PARAMETERS RELATED TO OXIDATIVE STRESS ON TWO NATIVE VARIETIES OF GRAPEVINE

(CORNALIN AND PETIT ROUGE) FROM AOSTA VALLEY: EFFECT OF CANOPY EXPOSURE AND IRRIGATION

Silvia DONNINI, Patrizia DE NISI, Marta DELL’ORTO, Odoardo ZECCA, Graziano ZOCCHI

METEOROLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON CHARDONNAY AND CABERNET SAUVIGNON GRAPEVINE PHENOLOGY AND GROWTH

Maria Cecilia SERRA, Roberta ALILLA

Last update August 28 th , 2011


EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT CANOPY MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES ON MICROCLIMATIC DYNAMICS AND THEIR IMPACT ON

GRAPE QUALITY

Alessandro MATESE, Lorenzo GENESIO, Alfonso CRISCI, Salvatore Filippo DI GENNARO, Edoardo FIORILLO, Jacopo

PRIMICERIO, Stefano DI BLASI, Stefano PEDÒ, Roberto ZORER, Francesco Primo VACCARI

IMPACT OF ROW ORIENTATION ON BERRY QUALITY PARAMETERS OF WHITE RIESLING (Vitis vinifera L.)

Matthias FRIEDEL, Claus-Dieter PATZ, Manfred STOLL

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND PHENOLOGY IN GRAPEVINE COLLECTION IN CENTRAL ITALY

Rita PERRIA, Anna Beatrice ARMANNI, Paolo STORCHI

DAILY EVOLUTION OF THE COMPONENTS OF THE BALANCE OF RADIATION OF VINES IN A VINEYARD IN THE DÃO REGION

Pedro RODRIGUES, Vanda PEDROSO, João GOUVEIA, Sérgio MARTINS, Carlos LOPES, Isabel ALVES

INFLUENCE OF THE WINTER PRUNING TIME ON THE PHENOLOGY OF SOME CULTIVARS IN THE DOCG “FRANCIACORTA”

(LOMBARDY) AND THE DOC “MONTEFALCO” (UMBRIA)

Leonardo VALENTI, Michele BRAVI, Mattia DELL’ORTO, Isabella GHIGLIENO

INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT TRAINING SYSTEMS AND CULTIVATION MEASURES ON NITROGEN CONTENT AND

COMPOSITION IN GRAPE MUST

Arnold L. SCHWAB, Eberhard G. GREBNER

USING FORCED BUDS EXPERIMENTS TO CALIBRATE GRAPEVINE BUD BREAK MODELS

Bruno DI LENA, Gianni FILA, Andrea PITACCO, Massimo GARDIMAN, Diego TOMASI, Paolo STORCHI, Oriana SILVESTRONI

FROST RISK SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND ZONING FOR VITICULTURE AT LOCAL SCALE LEVEL USING DIGITAL GEOGRAPHICAL

INFORMATION DATA, FIELD INFORMATION AND WINEGROWERS SURVEY

Benjamin BOIS, Jean-Pierre CHABIN, Pierre PETITOT, Marielle ADRIAN, Malika MADELIN, Hervé QUENOL, Denis THEVENIN,

Julien VILLERY, Thierry CASTEL, Yves RICHARD

LEAF AND STEM WATER POTENTIAL RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT WATER REGIMES ON TEMPRANILLO VARIETY, GROWN IN

THE DUERO RIVER VALLEY (SPAIN)

María ALBURQUERQUE, J. Ramón YUSTE, Jesús YUSTE

IMPACT OF WATER STATUS LEVEL ON ABSCISIC ACID AND ITS CATABOLITE PROFILES IN LEAVES AND BERRIES FROM Vitis

SP. BACO NOIR

Gabriel BALINT, Andrew REYNOLDS

FOLIAR APPLICATION OF ABSCISIC ACID (ABA) TO ADVANCE FRUIT RIPENING AND COLD ACCLIMATION OF GRAPES

Yi ZHANG, Imed DAMI

A LEAF GAS-EXCHANGE MODEL CONSIDERING LEAF NITROGEN STATUS AND ACCLIMATION TO LIGHT GRADIENT WITHIN

CANOPIES

Jorge A. PRIETO, Gaëtan LOUARN, Jorge PEREZ PEÑA, Hernán OJEDA, Thierry SIMONNEAU, Eric LEBON

RECOVERY OF CABERNET SAUVIGNON GRAPEVINES FROM LONG TERM WATER DEFICITS

Everard J. EDWARDS, Peter R. CLINGELEFFER

CHARACTERIZATION OF AROMATIC PRECURSORS IN GRAPES CV. VIOGNIER B. (Vitis Vinifera L.) AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP

TO VINEYARD TRELLIS SYSTEM AND WATER STATUS

M. Belén IACONO, Flor ETCHEBARNE, Magaly ANGENIEUX, Hernán OJEDA

NEW APPROACH FOR GRAPEVINE IRRIGATION SCHEDULING USING SAP FLOW SENSOR: RELATIONSHIP WITH PREDAWN

LEAF WATER POTENTIAL

Nicolas SAURIN, Elio G. LUCERO, Rodrigue MONDJOU, Hernán OJEDA

CORRELATION OF REAL TIME CANOPY TEMPERATURE WITH SOIL MOISTURE CONTENT AND STANDARD VINE PHYSIOLOGY

MEASUREMENTS ON MERLOT AND CABERNET SAUVIGNON GRAPEVINES UNDER TWO IRRIGATION LEVELS

Martin MENDEZ-COSTABEL, Nick DOKOOZLIAN

RELATIONSHIPS AMONG METEOROLOGICAL DATA, LEAF GAS EXCHANGE AND ANTHOCYANIN CONTENT IN ‘NEBBIOLO’

BERRIES GROWN IN THREE DIFFERENT VINEYARDS

Marco VITALI, Alessandra FERRANDINO, Silvia CAVALLETTO, Walter CHITARRA, Tiziana LA IACONA, Federico SPANNA,

Andrea SCHUBERT, Claudio LOVISOLO

AGRONOMIC PERFORMANCE OF GRACIANO, PETIT VERDOT AND TEMPRANILLO GRAPEVINE CULTIVARS (Vitis Vinifera L.)

UNDER TWO WATER REGIMES

Pilar BAEZA, Vicente SOTÉS, Mario de la FUENTE, José Ramón LISSARRAGUE, Pedro JUNQUERA

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BIOCHEMICAL APPROACHES TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON GRAPE COMPOSITION IN CV. SANGIOVESE

(Vitis Vinifera L.)

Nooshin MOVAHED, Andrea MASIA, Antonio CELLINI, Chiara PASTORE, Gabriele VALENTINI, Gianluca ALLEGRO, Ilaria

FILIPPETTI

THE EFFECT OF LAG PHASE WATER STRESS ON BERRY SHRIVELLING AND RECOVERING AFTER IRRIGATION IN cv.

CABERNET-SAUVIGNON (Vitis Vinifera L.)

Elman BAHAR, Alain CARBONNEAU, Ilknur KORKUTAL

CLIMATIC RISK FACTORS OF Botrytis cinerea INFECTION FROM CLIMATE CHANGE ASPECT

Márta LADÁNYI, Zs. REICZIGEL, I. FAZEKAS, Borbála BÁLO, György BISZTRAY

Session VII – Vineyard management

REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT CHANGES WHEN MERLOT IS GRAFTED TO ROOTSTOCKS IN A COOL CLIMATE REGION IN

SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA

Catherine COX, Peter DRY, Michael McCARTHY, Cassandra COLLINS

PHYSIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF CROP WATER STATUS TO OPTIMIZE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN TABLE GRAPE

Adelaide CICCARESE, Anna Maria STELLACCI, Luigi TARRICONE, Giovanni GENTILESCO, Pietro RUBINO

TO SHRIVEL OR NOT TO SHRIVEL - TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING OF RIPENING RELATED PHYSIOLOGICAL DISORDERS OF

GRAPE BERRY

Bhaskar BONDADA

EFFECTS OF IRRIGATION ON THE VIGOUR, YIELD AND BERRY COMPOSITION OF THE RED VARIETY TOURIGA NACIONAL AT

THE DÃO WINEGROWING REGION, PORTUGAL

João GOUVEIA, Vanda PEDROSO, Pedro RODRIGUES, Sérgio MARTINS, Isabel ALVES, Carlos LOPES

EFFECT OF LEAF REMOVAL ON GRAPES OF CABERNET SAUVIGNON AND SANGIOVESE CULTIVATED IN DIFFERENT ITALIAN

ENVIRONMENTS

Leonardo VALENTI, Isabella GHIGLIENO, Fulvio MATTIVI

LAMBRUSCO DI SORBARA: POLLINATION TESTS WITH ALTERNATIVE CULTIVARS TO LAMBRUSCO SALAMINO

Leonardo VALENTI, Isabella GHIGLIENO, Michele BRAVI, Mattia DELL’ORTO, Fulvio MATTIVI

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS PATTERN IN GRAPE LEAVES

Daniela BERTOLDI, Giorgio NICOLINI, Massimo BERTAMINI, Giuseppe CONCHERI, Roberto LARCHER

EFFECT OF DEFICIT IRRIGATION ON BARBERA WINES IN PIEDMONT

Silvia GUIDONI, Claudio LOVISOLO, Daniela BORSA, Maria Carla CRAVERO, Federica BONELLO, Elisa PARAVIDINO, Ruggero

TRAGNI, Andrea SCHUBERT

VALORIZATION OF AUTOCHTHONOUS CULTIVAR ROSCIOLA BY A PRODUCTION OF SPARKLING WINE

Paolo PIETROMARCHI, Domenico TIBERI, Gaetano CIOLFI, Letizia ROCCHI, Giorgio CASADEI

INFLUENCE OF MODERATE IRRIGATION ON AGRONOMIC BEHAVIOR AND GRAPE QUALITY OF cv. TEMPRANILLO IN THE

APPELLATION OF ORIGIN ARRIBES (SPAIN)

José Antonio RUBIO, Enrique BARAJAS, Jesús YUSTE, César ARRANZ

TEN YEARS COMPARISON (1999-2009) OF SEVEN HIGH DENSITY TRAINING SYSTEMS FOR THE SAGRANTINO CULTIVAR

Leonardo VALENTI, Fulvio MATTIVI, Filippo CARLETTI, Mattia DELL’ORTO, Isabella GHIGLIENO

ROLE OF LEAF REMOVAL ON GRAPE QUALITY OF SAUVIGNON AND GRECHETTO CULTIVARS IN UMBRIA

Leonardo VALENTI, Filippo CARLETTI, Fulvio MATTIVI, Isabella GHIGLIENO, Mattia DELL’ORTO, Michele BRAVI

CLUSTER THINNING EFFECTS ON AGRONOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF SYRAH GRAPEVINES IN MINAS

GERAIS STATE, BRAZIL

Claudia Rita de SOUZA, Frederico Alcântara Novelli DIAS, Renata Vieira da MOTA, Camila Pinheiro Carvalho SILVA, Rodrigo

Meirelles de Azevedo PIMENTEL, Murillo de Albuquerque REGINA

EFFECTS OF ROOTSTOCK ON PHYSIOLOGICAL AND AGRONOMICAL RESPONSES OF SYRAH GRAPEVINE IN MINAS GERAIS

STATE, BRAZIL

Frederico Alcântara Novelli DIAS, Claudia Rita de SOUZA, Renata Vieira da MOTA, Camila Pinheiro Carvalho SILVA, Rodrigo

Meirelles de Azevedo PIMENTEL, Murillo de Albuquerque REGINA

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EFFECTS OF ANTITRANSPIRANT FOLIAR SPRAYING DURING RIPENING ON MUST COMPOSITION OF SANGIOVESE

GRAPEVINES WITH DIFFERENT CROP LOADS

Alberto PALLIOTTI, Vania LANARI, Tania LATTANZI, Lazzaro BORGHESI, Oriana SILVESTRONI

CROP LOAD IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN CANOPY DENSITY IN INFLUENCING GRAPE BERRY AND WINE COMPOSITION OF

MONTEPULCIANO (Vitis Vinifera L.)

Oriana SILVESTRONI, Bruna BRAVETTI, Vania LANARI, Tania LATTANZI, Andrea VERSARI, Giuseppina Paola PARPINELLO

EXPERIENCE OF LEAF REMOVAL ON Vitis Vinifera L. ‘CANNONAU’ IN SARDINIA

Ana FERNANDES DE OLIVEIRA, Luca MERCENARO, Giampaolo USAI, Nicola TEDDE, Marcello CILLARA, Marcella BETZA,

Giovanni NIEDDU

THE “PEPPERY” SESQUITERPENE ROTUNDONE INCREASES RAPIDLY POST-VERAISON IN Vitis Vinifera L. SYRAH BERRIES

Gerard LOGAN, Tracey SIEBERT, Glen CREASY, Paul KILMARTIN

EFFECT OF ROOTSTOCKS ON SOME PARAMETERS OF MUST, YIELD AND COLOUR LEAF OF CV MARZEMINO DURING YEAR

2010 IN TRENTINO

Pier Luigi BIANCHEDI, Simone IACHEMET, Renzo MOSCON, Mauro FERRAZZA, Giorgio NICOLINI, Umberto MALOSSINI

IT IS POSSIBLE THROUGH CANOPY MANAGEMENT TO CONTROL HIGH pH LEVELS OF TANNAT GRAPES AND WINES

Andrés CONIBERTI, Virginia FERRARI, Eduardo DELLACASSA, Eduardo BOIDO, Laura FARIÑA, Edgardo DISEGNA

FRENCH ‘TANNAT’ CLONES’ PERFORMANCE IN SOUTHERN URUGUAY

Edgardo DISEGNA, Virginia FERRARI, Pablo RODRIGUEZ, Eduardo BOIDO, Laura FARIÑA, Eduardo DELLACASSA, Andrés

CONIBERTI

MICROCLIMATIC ASPECTS IN VINEYARDS WITH DIFFERENT VIGOUR AND EXPOSURE

Silvia GUIDONI, Silvia CAVALLETTO, Stefano BARTOLOMEI, Elena MANIA, Luca GANGEMI

EFFECT OF ARTIFICIAL SHADING ON POLYPHENOLIC ACCUMULATION AND AROMATIC COMPOSITION OF GRILLO CV (Vitis

Vinifera L.)

Pietro SCAFIDI, Rosario DI LORENZO, Antonino PISCIOTTA, Pasquale TAMBORRA, Maria Gabriella BARBAGALLO

RELATION BETWEEN ROW AND LEAF ORIENTATION OF SYRAH/101-14 MGT

Antonino PISCIOTTA, Rosario DI LORENZO, Cornelis G. VOLSCHENK, Jacobus J. HUNTER

FACTORS INVOLVED IN ABNORMAL GRAFT UNION DEVELOPMENT

Jacobus J. HUNTER, Cornelis G. VOLSCHENK, Luigi TARRICONE, G.W. FOUCHE

MERLOT WINE QUALITY AS AFFECTED BY CROP LEVEL

Marijan BUBOLA, Đordano PERŠURIĆ, Damir BOSEK, Tomislav PLAVŠA, Karin KOVAČEVIĆ GANIĆ, Zoran UŽILA

POST-VERAISON TRIMMING PRACTICES FOR SLOWING DOWN BERRY SUGAR ACCUMULATION AND TUNING

TECHNOLOGICAL AND PHENOLIC MATURITY

Adamo D. ROMBOLÀ, José I. COVARRUBIAS, Aparecida C. BOLIANI, Gilmar A. MARODIN, Emanuele INGROSSO, Cesare

INTRIERI

EFFECT OF EARLY LEAF REMOVAL ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF MUST AND WINE IN THE WHITE CV. LOUREIRO (VITIS

VINIFERA L.) – VINHOS VERDES REGION

Jorge QUEIROZ, José MACHADO, João GARRIDO, Teresa MOTA

MECHANICAL PRUNING ON A VERTICAL SHOOT POSITIONING SYSTEM IN DÃO REGION

Amândio CRUZ, Chiara PIOVENE, Aurélio CLARO, Ana RODRIGUES, Rogério de CASTRO

DELAYING BERRY RIPENING PROCESS THROUGH LEAF AREA TO FRUIT RATIO DECREASE

Pedro BALDA, Fernando MARTÍNEZ DE TODA

DETERMINATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF DIFFERENT GRAPE VARIETIES GRAFTED ONTO 110 R ROOTSTOCK

Muslum YANMAZ, Asli POLAT, Sadettin GURSOZ

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Programme for accompanying people

August 29th, Monday: Monferrato

from 8.30 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.

August 30th, Tuesday: Asti

from 8.30 a.m. to 01.00 p.m.

August 31st, Wednesday: Torino and Venaria Reale

from 8.30 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.

September 1st, Thursday: Alba

from 8.30 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.

06.00 p.m. transfer to Fontanafredda

Shuttle bus and speaking English Italian guide included

Food, beverages, entrance fees and gratuities not included

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Proceedings

17th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM GiESCO 2011

Group of International Experts of Vitivinicultural Systems for CoOperation

Asti – Alba, Italy

August 29 th – September 2 nd , 2011

Communications, both oral and poster, were reviewed by the Scientific Committee and then printed on a special issue of

Le Progres Agricole et Viticole (ISSN 0369-8173), which was given to all participants at the Symposium.

Correct citation:

Proceedings 17th International Symposium GiESCO, Asti – Alba (CN), Italy, 29 Aug-2 Sept 2011, (pg) – (pg)

For any questions about GiESCO 2011 Proceedings:

Prof. Vittorino NOVELLO

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Foreword to the 17th Symposium GiESCO 2011

The 17th International Symposium GiESCO 2011 (Group of International Experts of Vitivinicultural Systems for

CoOperation) takes place from August 29 th till September 2 nd at the "Viticulture and Enology Sciences Master" of Turin

University (Asti and Alba) - Italy, under the patronage of OIV (International Organization for Vine and Wine), Accademia

Italiana della Vite e del Vino, Piedmont regional Government, Italian Agricultural Minister, and the Chaire UNESCO

Culture et Traditions du Vin. The Symposium covers many fields of viticultural sciences, and collects about 150

presentations (oral and poster) by researchers and scientists from 17 countries.

GESCO was the original acronym for "Groupe d'Etude des Systèmes de COnduite de la vigne". It was started, as

European group, by Alain Carbonneau and other colleagues, and, as the name implies, was originally focused on training

systems. The group grew, took in researchers out of Europe, and extended its scientific interests to most of the topics of

all viticulture; this is why the group recently renamed itself as GiESCO.

The periodical meetings of this group are good occasions to renew personal contacts, as well as to make new ones, in

order to facilitate cooperation in research and education.

The 17th International Symposium GiESCO 2011, for many viticulturists, is also a good occasion to know Italian

viticulture, especially the Piedmont's one, which is renowned worldwide.

I would like to dedicate this Symposium to the memory of Prof. Italo Eynard that, besides to be an excellent viticulture

scientist and professor, was an enthusiastic promoter of the GESCO group at its beginning.

Finally I would like to thanks all people involved in the organization of this event, and all institutions and companies that

have financially supported the symposium or offered donations: without their contribute, this meeting would have been

impossible to realize.

Prof. Vittorino NOVELLO

Convener


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ROLE OF LEAF REMOVAL ON GRAPE QUALITY OF SAUVIGNON AND

GRECHETTO CULTIVARS IN UMBRIA

Leonardo VALENTI 1* , Filippo CARLETTI 2 , Fulvio MATTIVI 3 , Isabella GHIGLIENO 1 , Mattia DELL’ORTO 1 ,

Michele BRAVI 1

1 Università degli Studi di Milano, Facoltà di Agraria, Dipartimento di Produzione Vegetale, via Celoria 2, 20133, MILANO, Italy

2 Arnaldo Caprai società agricola s.r.l., Loc. Torre, 06036, Montefalco (PG); Italy

3 Centro ricerca ed innovazione IASMA, Fondazione Edmund Mach, via E. Mach 1, 38010, San Michele all’Adige (TN), Italy

* Corresp. author: Leonardo Valenti, Tel. 0250316562, Fax 0250316553, Email: leonardo.valenti@unimi.it.

Summary

The shading of the productive belt produces clusters with

minor sugar contents and higher acidity. Further it creates

optimal conditions for the establishment of Botrytis cinerea. The

present work aims to analyze the effects of leaf removal on

Sauvignon blanc and Grechetto with three different ways of

defoliation (leaf removal to east, west and total) in addition to the

control test (no defoliation). The study was carried out in the

vineyard “Arnaldo Caprai, Montefalco” (PG) and consisted in

collecting data during the period from 2007 to 2010 (for

Grechetto only in 2007, 2009 and 2010). In the vineyards which

are located on a plain, a spurred cordon system was applied, the

rows were north-south orientated and cover cropping was made

on soil. For each year the main vegetative–productive and

analytical parameters, as well as the polyphenolic content of

grapes, have been observed; for each thesis of 2010 the curves of

technological and polyphenolical ripening were identified, with

the aim to better understand the course of those components,

because they may cause oxidation in wines, above all in the white

ones, leading to browning and aroma losses.

From the years' average resulted that in Grechetto the not-

defoliated vines had the highest average cluster weight with a

medium sugar content, a good level of acidity and the lowest pH.

It could be further seen that in 2010 in Grechetto the notdefoliated

vines recorded the highest quantity of malic acid

together with the west-defoliated ones; from a polyphenolical

mg/kg

3000

2000

1000

0

Cab. Sau. P. Verdot L.

Salamino

Syrah

Extr. skin pfl (mg/kg) 2008 Extr. skin pfl (mg/kg) 2010

Extr. seed pfl (mg/kg) 2008 Eztr. seed pfl (mg/kg) 2010

point of view, west defoliation maintains a constant percentage of

polyphenols in skins during the three years of observation, even

if sometimes the quantities are low. Sauvignon with east

defoliation shows a good sugar and acidity level, maintaining a

medium–low pH; in addition east defoliation leads to a reduced

percentage of polyphenols in skins in 2008 and 2010, whereas the

control test presents in every year medium–low levels of all the

analytical parameters.

INTRODUCTION

Times and effects of leaf removal: generally, this

operation is made between flowering and veraison with the

primary purpose of improving the lighting and the aeration

of grapes (Poni, 2006). In practice, leaf removal can be

also made before vintage, facilitating ripening, improving

plant resistance to pests and accelerating harvesting

(Valenti, 1997); many studies have demonstrated that early

defoliation can lead to a reduction of sugars, an increase of

acidity (Eynard and Dalmasso, 1993) and, further, to a

drop of fruits and a reduction of bud fertility (Candolfi-

Vasconcelos and Koblet, 1990). Some studies (Eberle and

Persano, 2006) have shown that premature loss of leaves

reduces the phenomenon of burns, because the plant is able

to react by growing out new leaves from secondary shoots,

creating a kind of covering, though only partially.

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The benefits of defoliation can be directly seen on

grape composition: increase of sugars, colour, quantity of

total polyphenols, higher aromaticity, reduction of total

acidity (caused by a reduction of malic and tartaric acids)

(Lakso and Kliewer, 1975; Percival et al., 1994) and

increase in pH (Guidoni et al., 2005); generally, there is a

qualitative and quantitative increase of production

(Valenti, 1997; Cargnello, 1992; Poni, 2003). It is however

necessary to consider the depth of canopy because

defoliation applied on not very deep walls, reduces the

photosynthetic activity and can also cause a deterioration

of grape quality (Reynolds et al., 1994; Spayd et al.,

2002).

Main effects of defoliation on the bio-synthesis of

polyphenolic and aromatic components: leaf removal

increases the polyphenolical content, because it improves

their biosynthesis which is optimal at temperatures

between 20-30 °C; temperatures higher than 37 °C lead to

an inhibition of anthocyanins synthesis encouraging also

the degradation of the polyphenols (Bergqvist et al., 2001;

Spayd et al., 2002; Mori et al., 2007). Further, light has an

important role for the synthesis of carotenoids whose

content is relevant for the complexity of the aromatic

profile of a large number of vine grape varieties (Wirth et

al., 2001; Strauss et al., 1987; Winterhalter et al., 1990).

Main actions of grape's polyphenol content and

effects on vine: polyphenol components are very important

for the plant because they have a protective function

against UV radiation limiting the formation of free

radicals. In wine, and above all in white wines, these

polyphenolic components can have a negative effect,

because they are highly reactive with oxygen; they oxidize

themselves and other components of wine (i.e. the

aromatic molecules…); the consequence is the creation of

brown compounds not desired in wines and whose reaction

can be faster with the catalytic activity of Fe ++ and Cu + .

The oxidation easiness depends on the nature of the phenol

base unit (i.e. musts rich of catechin oxidize easier…). In

wines, polyphenols are in general compounds which give

structure and complexity (Riberau-Gayon et al., 2005).

MATERIAL AND METHODS

The trial was carried out in the vineyard “Arnaldo

Caprai” (PG) in the years 2007-2010: for the Sauvignon

blanc, data were collected during the entire period,

whereas for the Grechetto, no data were collected for 2008

because of sanitary problems. When clusters reached 10%

of coloured berries, for both cultivars, defoliation was

carried out manually and only along the cluster belt. Thesis

were conducted in the following way: control test (not

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Notes

TECHNICAL TOURS

17th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM GiESCO 2011

Group of International Experts of Vitivinicultural Systems for CoOperation

Asti – Alba, Italy

August 29 th – September 2 nd , 2011

Technical tours are scheduled for Tuesday August 30 th , from 2.30 to 6.30 pm

Bus departure and arrival point will be the Fabrizio de André Area parking.

Delegate groups will visit primary estates in four prestigious Piedmont area:

LANGHE (30 km) visit to Barbaresco and Neive (CN), some producers of Barbaresco, Barbera, Dolcetto and

Arneis

MONFERRATO (13 km) visit to Castello del Poggio at Portacomaro (AT), producer of Mostato d’Asti, Barbera d’Asti,

Dolcetto and Brachetto

GHEMME (110 km) visit to Antichi Vigneti Cantalupo at Ghemme (NO), producer of Ghemme DOCG from

Nebbiolo (Spanna) and other red and white wines from local varieties

CANAVESE (110 km) area of production of still, dessert and sparkling wine from the variety Erbaluce. Winery to

be defined.

Accompanying people are welcome to joint their relatives for the technical tours.

Participants who have not yet expressed their destination preference in the registration form are asked to communicate

it at the reception desk on August 29 th . Places are limited.

TOURS FOR ACCOMPANYING PEOPLE

Monday Aug 29 th - MONFERRATO

The group will be accompanied by an English speaking guide through some of the most relevant Romanesque examples

of the Monferrato region: Pieve di San Secondo in Cortazzone, Abbazia di Vezzolano, Cocconato (with shopping stop at

Combipel factory), Pieve di San Lorenzo at Montiglio Monferrato.

The bus tour leaves from Fabrizio de André Area at 9.30 am and ends at 6 pm (drop off at the respective hotel on

request). Lunch, tips and entry fees not included.

Tuesday Aug 30 th – HISTORICAL CENTER OF ASTI

Walking tour of historical and artistic places of the city of Asti (Collegiata San Secondo, Palazzo Comunale, Palazzo

Podestà, torre Troyana e Comentina, Cattedrale), accompanied by an English speaking professional guide. The group will

leave Fabrizio de André Area at 9.30 am and will be back at the conference venue at 1 pm, on time to participate the

delegate lunch buffet. Accompanying people are welcome to joint technical tours in the afternoon.

Wednesday Aug 31 st – TORINO and VENARIA REALE

Visit to the historical center of the first Italia capitol (Piazza Castello, Palazzo Reale, San Lorenzo, San Giovanni, Palazzo

Carignano, Piazza San Carlo) and to the royal residence Venaria (reggia, gardens, old town). The bus with the English

speaking guide will leave Fabrizio de André Area at 8.30 am to be back at the hotels around 6 pm. Lunch, tips and entry

fees not included.

Thursday Sep 1 st - ALBA

While the symposium goes on at Fondazione Ferrero, the accompanying people can visit the city of Alba during the

morning and move by bus to some characteristic towns of the surroundings (Barolo, La Morra, Grinzane Cavour) in the

afternoon. The group will reach Alba in the early morning by bus together with the delegates, then will leave Fondazione

Ferrero at 9.30 am to be back at the conference venue at 5.30 pm, on time to joint the delegates for the visit and dinner

at Fontanafredda. Lunch, tips and entry fees not included.

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