FRAMING OF WINES FROM THE TRANSYLVANIA AREA IN P.D.O. DEPENDING ON THE PRODUCTION, VARIETY AND CULTIVATION AREA

Remus-Ovidiu Burdea, Tiberia-Ioana Pop, Anca-Cristina Babes, Claudiu-Ioan Bunea, Sandor Rozsa, Tincuta-Marta Gocan, Nastasia Pop

Abstract


The cultivation of grapes and the preparation of wine are human practices made since ancient times, in which the climate and soil conditions for the cultivation of grapes are the most favorable. Among the countries with viticulture and vinification in Europe, Romania as a wine country ranks fifth in viticulture, sixth place in grape production and sixth place in wine production. In the present paper, these criteria adapted to some grape varieties for red wines from Northern Transylvania were studied, in order to classify them in the PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) category. For the location of Lechinţa, Liliac wine cellar for Lechinţa PDO, the studied Merlot varieties record a production of 77.50 hl / ha. For the Fetească neagră variety a production of 77.70 hl / ha and for the Pinot Noir variety a wine production of 77.98 hl / ha, being the Vineyard with the best results for 2016 year.


Keywords


grapes, wine, PDO, production

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/agrisp.v118i1-2.14064



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