VITICULTURAL PERFORMANCES OF DIFFERENT 'CABERNET SAUVIGNON' CLONES
Ten clones of V. vinifera L. Cabernet Sauvignon from different origins (Italy, clone R5; Chile, clone ISV117; California, clones VCR8 and ISV2; France, clones 191, 341, 338, 169, 685; Argentina, clone ISV105), grafted on V. Berlandieri × V. riparia SO4 rootstock, were grown in pots to compare vegetative, productive (bud fertility, grape yield, mean cluster and berry weight) and qualitative (soluble solids, pH, titratable acidity, tartaric acid, anthocyanins, polyphenols, stilbenes) parameters. The clones showed similar yields but different cluster and berry weights. Differences in phenolic and technological maturity were observed.
Gatti, M., Civardi, S., Ferrari, F., Fernandes, N., van Zeller de Macedo Basto Goncaves, M.I. and Bavaresco, L. (2014). VITICULTURAL PERFORMANCES OF DIFFERENT 'CABERNET SAUVIGNON' CLONES. Acta Hortic. 1046, 659-664
yield, quality, polyphenols, stilbenes, resveratrol