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Fruity expression of red wines resulting from varieties adapted to climate change. A comparative study with the "traditional" grape varieties planted in Bordeaux
Currently, one of the major issues for the wine sector is the impact of climate change linked to the increasing temperatures recorded and expected in the upcoming years. The vegetative cycle of the grape varieties authorised and planted in the Bordeaux wine region is tending to shorten, affecting the physicochemical parameters of the grapes and, consequently, the quality of the wines. In some varietals, the attenuation of their fresh fruity character is accompanied by the accentuation ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.5346548 fatcat:jvsadninozev7azfc4xosnzs2i