Special Issue "Emerging Challenges Hindering the Climatic Changes: Perspectives for the Wine Industry"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2022) | Viewed by 14062
Interests: oenological field; fermented beverages
Interests: viticulture; fruit quality; abiotic stress management
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The climatic changes occurring since the last decades have been requiring adjustments into the wine production chain, from grape cultivation and vineyard treatments to the cellar management and winemaking decision. In this emerging scenario, both viticulturists and oenologists have been looking for solutions to adapt the production chain to the new environmental conditions. This Special Issue will compile researches related to the strategies counteracting the climate changes applicable either to the vineyard or to the winery. We invite submissions that exploring the pair environment-quality through the relationships between the chemical composition, sensory evaluation, and overall quality of grape and wine. Manuscripts dealing with the quantification and evaluation of the impacts of climate change on the wine production will be welcomed too. Papers regarding studies on sustainable approaches softening the environment influence are also encouraged.
We invite submissions comprising both original research and review articles that explore advancement to approach the climate change issues in the field as well as the environment-dependent chemical and/or sensory characteristics of grape and wine for inclusion in this Special Issue.
Dr. Daniela Fracassetti
Prof. Laura Rustioni
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- Climatic changes
- Production chain