BIO Web of Conferences
Volume 7, 201639th World Congress of Vine and Wine
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Economy and Law|
|Published online||26 October 2016|
The results of the vine varieties reconversion measures in the North-Eastern Romania / Résultats de la mesure de reconversion des cépages dans le Nord-Est de la Roumanie
1 Laboratory UMR ARTeHIS, University of Burgundy, 21000 Dijon, France
2 Laboratory Geomatics, University A. I. Cuza, 700506 Iaşi, Romania
The vine varieties reconversion measure is one of the many benefits that the Romania's integration to the European Union brings to the wine sector. This study aims to analyze the results of this measure during 2007–2015 in the Romania's North-East Region. From the Vineyard Plantation Register, the plots noble vine parcels of each department were divided into two groups: those who existed in the field in before and those converted during the period. The surface of each group was classified first, based on the color of the grapes and secondarily, based on the pair international varieties – non international varieties. The conversion affected 3 of 6 departments. In Iaşi, where the proportion of the surface of white grapes approach to 90% in 2006, the conversion was made whit white grapes (81.3% of the surface), and particularly whit 4 local varieties corresponding to the traditional assortment of the Cotnari vineyard. In Vaslui, the conversion was made particularly with white grape varieties, but below the proportion held in 2006, because the conversion was made whit a large area of rosé varieties (19.2% of the surface) following the consumer demand. With the exception of Bacău, in the other two departments, the non-international and local varieties were used for the conversion.
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