Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 2, 2017
Title: Cool climate wine production in China
Keywords: Agriculture, Altitude, Amethyst, Annual, April, Asia, August, Australia, autumn, award, berry, Bordeaux, Boutique, Brix, Cabernet Gernischit, Cabernet Sauvignon, California, Challenge, Chandon, Chardonnay, Chateau Rongzi, Chemical, China, Climate, Club, cluster, Colour, competition, Cool, Cost, Day, Decanter, degree, Disease, Distribution, diurnal, Education, England, Europe, farming, February, fertilisation, Flavour, France, fungal, Gansu, Global, Grape, Growing, Harbin, Heat, Helan, Hemisphere, Huailai, Humidity, International, Irrigation, Jancis Robinson, January, John Gladstones, July, Kanaan, Label, Land, LVMH, Management, Marselan, Martin, Medal, Merlot, New Zealand, night, Ningxia, Northern, October, Oxford, Pattern, Pernod Ricard, pesticide, plateau, postharvest, Precipitation, Presentation, Price, Production, Pruning, Qinghai, Qingxue, Quality, Rainfall, Red, Region, reputation, Reserve, residue, Riesling, Ripening, Risk, Season, Shanxi, Silver Heights, Sparkling, Spring, subtropical, Summer, Symposium, Tannin, Taste, Tax, Temperature, Tibet, tour, training, trophy, Trunk, Vine, Vinifera, Viticulture, Vitis, Water, Wine, Winery, Winter, Xingjang, Yield, Yuhuang, Zhoulu
Page Number(s): 23-25
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