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Journal: Elements
Published: 01 June 2018
Elements (2018) 14 (3): 159-165.
..., when combined with climate, topography and grapevine variety, is referred to as the terroir effect. But great wines are not restricted to one soil type or terroir. Fine wine can be produced from the gravelly soils developed on Quaternary alluvium, such as in Pauillac (Bordeaux, France) ( Table 1...
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The soils of three famous vineyards. ( A ) Gravelly soil developed on Quate...
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Published: 01 June 2018
Figure 1 The soils of three famous vineyards. ( A ) Gravelly soil developed on Quaternary alluvium in Pauillac (Bordeaux, France). Photo: Olivier Trégoat. ( B ) Clayey lime-rich soil developed on Jurassic limestone in Mazis-Chambertin (Burgundy, France). Photo: ADAMA (F-21160 Flavignerot). ( C