Italy, December, 2007
ECOLOGY OF THE Gfs1 STRAIN IN THE CASE BASSE ECOSYSTEM
Since 1994 Case Basse has had a research agreement with the Microbiology department of Florence University, headed by Professor M. Vincenzini, to study the microbiology of vinification that occurs naturally in the winery. Some important results of the research on the genotypic biodiversity of S.cerevisiae.
Italy, September, 2007
Canopy management and resistance to water stress
For some years Case Basse has stipulated a research agreement with the department of the Università Cattolica in Piacenza under the guidance of Professor Fregoni, for a long-term study on climatic change and the effects on vines and wine. This article reports some initial results according to the different methods of canopy management.
Florence, 3/5 December, 2008
“3RD INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON SANGIOVESE: PROFESSOR MARIO FREGONI’S CONCLUSIONS”
The congress, held in Florence in December 2008 organised by ARSIA, concluded with Professor M. Fregoni’s important considerations that follow below.
Italy, January-February, 2009
PHYSIOLOGY OF SANGIOVESE AND WATER STRESS IN MONTALCINO
During the “3rd international symposium on Sangiovese”, organised by ARSIA in Florence from 3rd to 5th December 2008, a report was presented on the studies in progress at Case Basse that “Il Chianti e le terre del vino” has published a summary of.
Italy, July- August, 2010
“WATCH OUT! THE ‘YELLOW MITE’ IS IN MONTALCINO”
In 2010, the second international meeting “International Organization for Biological and Integrated Control was held in Florence at the CRA-ABP, Agricultural Research Council, Research Centre for Agrobiology and Pedology. Professor Simoni illustrated also the studies at Case Basse.
Italy, September-October, 2008
A STUDY DAY ON ESCA
A research agreement with Professor Surico of Florence University on vine diseases has been under way at Case Basse for a number of years. There was a visit to the winery in September 2008, on the occasion of an International Convention held in Florence.