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Étude de l’adaptation du Caladoc N et du Rousseli Rs aux terroirs de l’appellation Côtes de Provence

Abstract : In an increasing rosé market competition context, the Syndicat des Vins des Côtes de Provence has to implement innovative and evolutive strategies in order to maintain its worldwide leadership. Furthermore, the appellation have to respond to the recent evolution of consumation and climate. One of the development axis chosen by the Syndicat to reach its qualitatives, economics and environmental goals is the grape varieties. For four years, a protocol aimed to introduce Rousseli Rs and Caladoc N varieties in the specifications of the Côtes de Provence appellation is in progress. In a qualitative way, a study focusing on their adaptation to the different terroirs has been setted up on the 2017 and 2018 datas. The statistical analysis of the results shows three observations : the variety seems to be more influent on the harvest potential than the basis terroir unity (UTB), there are some differences on the yield (especially on the berry size) and the pH according to terroirs, the vintage effect is too important to conclude on the existence of a link between the typicity of the studied rosés and terroirs. However, empiricism shows that there are predominant planting sectors for these two varieties. The explanations factors are mostly due to humans, which seems to have a major place in the terroir notion.
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Rébecca Krummenacher. Étude de l’adaptation du Caladoc N et du Rousseli Rs aux terroirs de l’appellation Côtes de Provence. Agronomie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02972412⟩



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