CONSORTIUM FOR THE TUTELAGE OF VALPOLICELLA WINES – HARVEST 2017

 

THE HARVEST 2017 WILL BRING THE FRUITS OF AN EXCEPTIONAL YEAR. THE 6th OF SEPTEMBER THE PRE-HARVEST CONFERENCE ORGANIZED BY THE CONSORTIUM FOR THE TUTELAGE OF VALPOLICELLA WINES

 

The Consortium clarifies the members of the crucial points about the new telematic fulfilment for the traceability of wines. With this aim, it will discuss the wine-growing campaign, whose harvest this year promises very well, controls and registrations during the September 6 pre-harvest meeting at Park Hotel Villa Quaranta.

The year 2017 will certainly be remembered among the best millésimes of Valpolicella. An optimal grape quality, both from the health point of view and analytical parameters. Distressed problems related to meteoric events, unlike many other Italian territories, which have been not so fortunate, with the only element of difficulty found in water shortage, caused by the low rainfall affected by non-irrigated vitrified soils.

 

Olga Bussinello, the director of the Consortium

 

Following the greeting of President Andrea Sartori, Renzo Caobelli, the Consortium agronomist, will analyze the climate and the course of the pathologies and highlight how the vine withstood the warm and dry course of the season and at the same time hampered the spread of “moisture lover” diseases and insects.

 

Olga Bussinello, the director, is here with Renzo Caobelli, the agronomist of the Consortium

 

The grapes ripening status, found in the vineyard stations that are monitored each year, will be illustrated, measuring the main chemical and phenological parameters.

 

Valpolicella Wines 2017

 

“This year’s results show an early grape ripening, compared to last year, with optimum values for both sugar content and total acidity. This is a vintage that leaves a great hope in the export,” says Olga Bussinello, the Director of the Consortium.

 

Olga Bussinello, the director, with Renzo Caobelli, the agronomist of the Consortium

 

Moreover, Luca Sartori from Siquria, will discuss about vineyard and fruit control in relation to the harvest in progress and to conclude Roman Popa from the company Validus, will give operational indications on the keeping of telematic registers, now mandatory after the actual conclusion of the “accompanying period” and the official entering into force of the DM 293/2015. In particular, he will analyze the traceability of products that will be a trademark with the RRR logo (the Sustainability Certificate created by the Consortium), starting from the 2017 harvest.

 

Valpolicella vineyard September 2017

 

www.consorziovalpolicella.it

 

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