STUDY REGARDING THE EVOLUTION OF QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE PARAMETERS IN VINIFERA VARIETIES FROM TÂRNAVE VINEYARD

Elena-Andreea POP, Maria ILIESCU, Alexandra Doina SIRBU, Emil LUCA, Tamara DOMŞA

Abstract


In the present study, three varieties of grapes, Fetească regală (FR), Muscat Ottonel (MO) and Sauvignon Blanc (SB) were analysis. For a complete characterization of the grapes at harvest, the main analytical characteristics must be known: their sugar content (g /l), the total acidity (g/l H2SO4) and the mass of 100 grains. The study of the production behavior of the varieties was carried out over a period of three years (2017-2019). The results showed, the Muscat Ottonel cultivar is very well adapted in the three years of study, recording the highest values of this character (203.91g). The highest content in total acidity, in all three years, was registered by the Feteasca Regala variety (6.7 g /l H2SO4), recommended otherwise for the production of base wines in order to obtain sparkling wines.

Keywords


vinifera varieties, grapes, sugar, soil

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/agrisp.v113i1-2.13811



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