World Viticulture

GIANFRANCO TEMPESTA
MONICA FIORILO
4. “FORCED” OR TROPICAL VITICULTURE

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Tropical viticulture, -including Indian viticulture in the Mumbai area, -is emblematic because it has been established unnaturally with costly cooperation projects like those to aid Cape Verde, Cabinda, Ecuador, and other places or supported by economic policies. Consider the Venezuelan “cupo” for importing exotic fruit (pears, apples, and others) linked to the purchase of local grapes, or the viticultural saga of Colombia’s Valle del Cauca – Hermanos Grajales.

Rather than producing wealth, these kinds of viticulture -which the author is well acquainted with after working in the tropics for over five years- are a laboratory for the use of phytohormones or a phalanstery for bureaucrats of international cooperation organizations, and the rest.

 

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