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PARREL, an aragonese wine-producing variety of the Ebro depression. Adaptation to a semi-arid terroir of cultivation

AuthorsFranco Aladrén, Ernesto; Pavón, Alberto; Gogorcena Aoiz, Yolanda ; López, R.; Andreu Lahoz, Luis Javier; Usón, J. J.; Herrero, E.
Issue DateJun-2018
CitationXII Congreso Internacional Terroir (Zaragoza. 18-22 junio 2018)
AbstractThe VALOVITIS project aims at improving competitiveness of the wineries from the Pyrenean Piedemonte area in a global market through innovation and differentiation. The grapevine genetic resources of endangered varieties in these territories will be prospected, identified through a participatory approach and its sanitary status will be assessed. Their safeguard will be ensured by their introduction in existing repositories and vinyards studies. A demonstration project. The assessment through field demonstration trials of the agronomic, technological and aromatic values of these minority varieties let transfer the knowledge to wineries, nurseries and professionals of the vine selection. These innovative varieties will provide a competitive advantage to SMEs of the local wine industry, keeping economic and social dynamism in the rural areas covered by the project.
Description1 .pdf (10 Fots.- 5 Figs.- 4 Tabls.) reproducción del póster original de los autores. Creative Commons License Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/171631
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