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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXIII, Issue 2
Written by Mihai FRÎNCU, Răzvan Ionuț TEODORESCU, Diana Iuliana BĂRBULESCU, Valerica TUDOR, Corina DUMITRACHE, Lucian Neluțu HÎRJOABĂ, Florentina MATEI

Grape culture is one of the most widespread in the world, with about 77 million tonnes of grapes harvested only in 2016. After the winemaking process, the main waste is grape marc. Traditionally, grape marc was thrown into the field, thus losing an important source of valuable compounds. The main purpose of this paper is to present some aspects of the grape marc valorisation obtained from vinification of Romanian autochthonous grapes varieties (Fetească Neagră, Busuioacă de Bohotin, Băbească Neagră etc.). This information will be analysed in terms of the compounds present in widely used grape varieties. Regarding Romanian grape varieties, the bibliographic sources are limited and it is necessary to carry out some analyses and characterizations of the grape marc obtained from native grape varieties as a potential source of alternative products (use in cosmetics, animal feeds, composting etc.).

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