The Italian Nursery Industry

GIANFRANCO TEMPESTA
MONICA FIORILO
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6. Estimate of varieties in 2025

Therefore, in table 1.15 Estimate of hectares per variety in 2025, the trends of the 90 varieties are speculated for 2025.

Tabella 8.6
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Riassunto

 

Fig 1_15

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The resulting data from the algorithm used by the authors is utile for chain operators. It can derive that the Vineyard Italy in 2020 for wine grapes will certainly lower surface to 560,000 hectares with a varietal distribution concentrated on a few varieties, however, the basis of QWPSR (Quality Wines Produced in Determined Regions = V.Q.P.D.), engine and pride of Italian vine-growing and enology.
The historical sequence began in 1971, the year the basic rules were applied, as it deals with specific statistical data observed by the designated bodies.
It is appropriate to highlight certain aspects that have influenced nursery production:

The nursery industry must set itself a range of probability (trend) to avoid, on the one hand, the destruction of value, and on the other, the investment of new resources in fields of scion and rootstock mother plants that do not meet the needs of the Italian vinegrowing and wine-producing system.

 

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Translation: JANE UPCHURCH & MATTEO MARENGHI

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