Frontiers of wine science - part 2
11 Jun 2014 by Jancis Robinson
This is my final report on what happened on the stage at the MW Florence Symposium  (although see tomorrow's tasting article and also my overview of it on Saturday), my account of the second half of the session on current preoccupations in wine academe. See also the first half . Dr Cesare Intrieri (left) is Italy's academic viticultural expert, based at the  University of Bologna , and one of the wine world's more elegant gentlemen. He has published more than 400 papers and is a canopy-management specialist particularly preoccupied by vine-training systems and management techniques. The projects he is...

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