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Yield and enological characteristics of grape cultivars in central Washington, 1974-1987

C. W. Nagel

Yield and enological characteristics of grape cultivars in central Washington, 1974-1987

by C. W. Nagel

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Published by College of Agriculture and Home Economics Research Center, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grapes -- Washington (State) -- Varieties,
  • Wine and wine making -- Analysis -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC.W. Nagel and S.E. Spayd.
    SeriesResearch bulletin / College of Agriculture and Home Economics Research Center, Washington State University -- XB 1011., Research bulletin (Washington State University. Agricultural Research Center) -- 1011.
    ContributionsSpayd, Sara E.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p. ;
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17541415M
    OCLC/WorldCa21959304

      Early definition of oenologically significant zones within a vineyard is one of the main goals of precision viticulture, as it would allow an increase in profitability through the adaptation of agronomic practices to the specific requirements of each zone, and/or segregation of the harvest into different batches to produce wines with different qualities. The aim of this work was to evaluate Cited by: The emergence of cold hardy, Vitis riparia-based wine grape cultivars in the s created a new and rapidly expanding industry of small vineyard and winery enterprises (over wineries, 2, ha of grapes, growers) in more than 12 states in the Upper Midwest and Northeast USA, boosting rural economies in those : T.E. Martinson, A.K. Mansfield, J.J. Luby, W.C. Gartner, M. Dharmadhikari, P. Domoto, A. Fennell.

    -species of wine grape native to North America-important to wine industry but not necessarily for wine production-2nd most important grape species-sweet, flavorful grapes including well-known table variety known as concord variety-extremely high acidity and flavor profile good for table grapes, but not for wine-termed FOXY in wines. Grape Industry Development Program - Guidelines 1) Objectives: • To provide assistance for the establishment of new or more productive vineyards. • To assist with the adoption of new vineyard technologies and/or purchase of specialized vineyard equipment that will improve grape production practices in New Brunswick (NB).File Size: KB.

    A subspecies of grape, sharing many characteristics of appearance, flavor and growth. DNA typing has determined that Cabernet Sauvignon is a cross between which two grape varieties? Semillon and Merlot Semillon and Petit Verdot Washington New York. Oregon. Grape Grower's Handbook book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(6).


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Yield and enological characteristics of grape cultivars in central Washington, 1974-1987 by C. W. Nagel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Yield and enological characteristics of grape cultivars in central Washington This publication updates the previous one published in which summarized cultivar tests during the period The present report gives tabulated data on harvest dates, yields and must and wine analyses for 37 white and 18 red : C.

Nagel, S. Spayd. Europe PMC is an archive of life sciences journal literature. Yield and enological characteristics of grape cultivars in central Washington, Cited by: 4. Introduction.

Grape is a crop of major economic importance. Worldwide, around 20 million tons of table grapes were produced in China ranks as the largest table grape producer with its 9 million tons harvest for that year (USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, ).There are an estimated million farmers growing table grapes on thousand hectares, and on average, around million Cited by: 2.

Vines of cultivars Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grown in vineyards located in the Umbria region, Central Italy, were thinned at three levels (0%, 20% and 40%) for three consecutive.

The emergence of cold hardy, Vitis riparia-based wine grape cultivars in the s created a new and rapidly expanding industry of small vineyard and winery enterprises (over wineries, 2, ha of grapes, growers) in more than 12 states in the Upper Midwest and Northeast USA, boosting rural economies in those regions.

While the North Author: T.E. Martinson, A.K. Mansfield, J.J. Luby, W.C. Gartner, M. Dharmadhikari, P. Domoto, A. Fennell. The grape is one of the finest fruits and the most strength-giving food. It contains many of the most valuable elements necessary for life. In addition, it is known to have commendable medicinal qualities/properties, and it has been used in naturotherapy for centuries.

Remarkable success has been achieved in grape production and yield levels in File Size: KB. The enological characteristics of different clones of Monastrell grapes have been studied.

The wines obtained from different clones were subjected to chemical analyses, including the determination. The results provided in Table 2 show the variations in macronutrient contents found in the leaves of Bobal, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo and Crujidera cultivars analysed at four different vine phenology stages: bloom, post-bloom, veraison, and pre-harvest.

In general, our data are in accordance with values previously reported for grape vines. Foliar concentrations of N, P and K, in the four Cited by: knowledge to produce high quality wines over a range of yields (or berry sizes) not to exceed some value.

Alternatively, if the yield (berry size) response is as shown in curves a or b of Figure 1, yields (berry sizes) above some intermediate value will all produce low quality wine, and only the wine with the lowest yield (berry size) will be Size: KB.

Unlike most books on growing grapes for wine production the Grape Grower’s Handbook is meant to be a stand-alone publication that describes all aspects of wine grape production. The book is written in a nontechnical format designed to be practical and well- suited for field application.

This study describes a method for vineyard zone delineation based on spatial interpolation of data on annual monitoring of grape and vine growth from to for four commercial vines (Cabernet Sauvignon, Mencía, Merlot and Tempranillo) located in the Bierzo Denomination of Origen (NW Spain).

A sampled grid of 20 × 29 m (14 vines/ha) was defined for each vineyard and data were Cited by: 4. Each cultivar has desirable characteristics and different uses - red wine, white wine, table grapes (a few of which can store for 6 months under refrigeration), jam grapes, juice grapes.

Also, for making stuffed grape leaf dishes, the taste and texture of grape leaves varies widely among cultivars. grape variety in California, withtotal acres (, ha) reported in It is also the most ver-satile of grape varieties.

While the largest proportion of its acreage is devoted to raisin production (about 70 percent), a substantial proportion is used for fresh table grapes (about percent), crushing for wine, grapeFile Size: KB. The new revised edition of the Grape Grower’s Handbook is a complete rewrite and provides the grower with a broad spectrum of expertise and knowledge in growing grapes for wine grape production in commercial vineyards.

Some books offer a strong academic perspective with little practical application on growing grapes for wine production, other. The Washington State Extension in Puyallup created a ranked list of good turf cultivars for Western Washington.

Additional information, from the Extension, about lawns. Note that there is an article about buffalo grass, but it is focused on whether that grass will do well in Central Washington, not Western Washington.

Date Plant and cultivar selection There are many grape cultivars from which to choose. Each type of grape has its own characteristic and each cultivar within these types has its own advantages and disadvantages. While all species of grapes can be used to make wine, the quality of File Size: KB.

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Washington’s wine grape production totaledtons, up 32 percent from Overall, production of red varieties was up 48 percent from last year compared to a 19 percent increase in the production of white varieties. Of the top four producing varieties, Merlot showed the largest increase, up 58 percent from Washington’s wine grape production totaledtons, a record high level.

This is up 3 percent from Of the top four varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon showed the largest increase and was up 16 percent from last year. Of the major varieties, Malbec received the highest price per ton at $1. The ability of Brettanomyces isolated from Washington and other wines to metabolize tartaric acid esters of p-coumaric or ferulic acids found in regional red grape cultivars was evaluated.

Higher molar recoveries of 4-ethylphenol and 4-ethylguaiacol synthesized from p-coumaric and ferulic acids, respectively, were observed in Washington. The New York wine industry is rapidly changing from a reliance on wines made from American varieties to one based on European varieties.

Testing and introduction of modern clones of classic varieties have driven current success. Only a small fraction of varieties and clones grown in parts of Europe with climatic similarities to New York have been evaluated in the state.

In this study, impacts of GLD on fruit yield, berry quality and wine chemistry and sensory features were investigated in a red wine grape cultivar planted in a commercial vineyard.

Own-rooted Merlot vines showing GLD symptoms and tested positive for Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 and adjacent non-symptomatic vines that tested negative Cited by: