STUDY OF THE ANTHOCYANIC POTENTIAL OF GRAPES VARIETIES FOR RED WINES IN DRANIC WINE CENTER

Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXII
Written by Camelia MUNTEAN, Felicia STOICA, Constantin BĂDUCĂ CÂMPEANU, Daniela Doloris CICHI

The Dranic plantation is one of the youngest in Dolj county and was founded in 2010 through the process of reconversion and restructuring of the wine sector in our country. Under the favorable ecologically conditions for viticulture in the Oltenia area, the varieties for red wines besides the superior potential of glucidic accumulation, have a remarkable ability for biosynthesis of anthocyanins. The chromatic structures of the anthocyanin extracts represented by the yellow, red and blue pigments are balanced, attractive and fully in line with current requirements. They are dimensioned by colour intensity values, but especially by the qualitative chromatic indicators: the colour tone and the proportions of the flavylium cations. This study may be the start for the suitability of this area for obtaining high-quality red wines.

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MUNTEAN C., STOICA F., BADUCA CAMPEANU C., CICHI D.D. 2018, STUDY OF THE ANTHOCYANIC POTENTIAL OF GRAPES VARIETIES FOR RED WINES IN DRANIC WINE CENTER. Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXII, Print ISSN 2285-5653, 255-260.


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