Publication J.A. Wolpert, M.A. Walker, D. Roberts (editors).

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Clonal Selection (1995)

Consists of papers presented by invited speakers at the International Symposium on Clonal Selection held on June 20 & 21, 1995 in Portland, Oregon. 

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Table of Contents

Clonal selection in France. Methods, organization, and use.
R. Boidron
1-7

Study of clone performance at Chateau Haut-Brion.
J. Delmas
8-11

Clonal selection of Bordeaux varieties.
P. Leclair
12-16

Aspects of clonal selection in Burgundy.
R. Bernard
17-19

Grapevine clonal selection in Piedmont (Northwest Italy): Focus on Nebbiolo and Barbera.
F. Mannini
20-32

Clonal selection in Champagne.
J. M. Barillere, A. Collas, C. Bougerey, and C. Palge
33-39

Preliminary results from an Oregon Pinot noir clonal trial.
S. F. Price and B. T. Watson
40-44

Pinot noir clonal research in New York.
R. M. Pool, T. Henick-Kling, G. E. Howard, B. K. Gavitt, and T. J. Johnson
45-51

Clonal selection, evaluation, and multiplication in Australia.
R. M. Cirami and A. J. W. Ewart
52-59

Sangiovese in Tuscany.
M. Paoletti
60-69

Aims and achievements of clonal selection at Geisenheim.
J. Schmid, R. Ries, and E. H. Riihl
70-73

Evaluation of winegrape clones in coastal California: Current activities and future prospects.
J. A. Wolpert
74-80

Comparison of fourteen selections of Cabernet Sauvignon.
J. W. Aiken, A. A. Bell, G. C. Hansen, and T. B. Selfridge
81-83

Interaction of genotype and training system on the quality of Sauvignon produced in Friuli (Northeastern Italy).
G. Colugnati, F. Bregant, F. Battistutta, and R. Zironi
84-88

Comparison of Chardonnay clones for winemaking in Friuli.
F. Battistutta, G. Colugnati, L. Gottardo, and R. Zironi
89-92

Comparison of Merlot and Chardonnay clones in Monterey County: A preliminary report.
L. J. Bettiga
93-95

Comparisons of viticultural and enological characteristics of two Petit Verdot selections.
R. Blazer and D. Roberts
96-98

Characterization of biotypes of Sangiovese as a basis for clonal selection.
A. Calo, A. Costacurta, G. Paludetti, M. Crespan, M. Giust, E. Egger, A. Grasselli, P. Storchi, D. Borsa, and R. Di Stefano
99-104

Study of genetic variability of Sangiovese ecotypes as a tool for new strategies in clonal selection.
F. Campostrini, L. De Micheli, M. Bogoni, and A. Scienza
105-110

Comparison of registered selections of French Colombard and Chenin blanc with and without thermotherapy.
L. P. Christensen, D. A. Golino, and M. M. Moriyama
111-113

Clonal selection carried out on Sangiovese in Tuscany.
R. Bandinelli, P. L. Pisani, F. Ferrini, and G. B. Mattii
114-117

Characteristics of four Chardonnay selections.
N. Goldschmidt and D. Kenworthy
118-120

Grapevine selection in Hungary.
E. Hajdu
121-123

Studies on varietal vine selection.
E. Hadju, F. Korosi, and E. Jezierska Szabo
124-126

Chardonnay clones from the Dry Creek Valley.
M. Lyon and G. Vierra
127-128

Clonal effects on Pinot noir yield and wine quality parameters.
M. Mochizuki, L. Donovan, J. Aiken, and M. Walsh
129-132

The interaction of crop level and clone on the enological and viticultural characteristics of Merlot.
D. Roberts and R. Blazer
133-136

Ampelometric assessment of clonal variability in the Sangiovese winegrape cultivar.
O. Silvestroni and C. Intrieri
137-142

New strategies to optimize clonal variability of Pinot noir to Trentino environment (Northeastern Italy).
M. Stefanini, F. Iacono, and D. Porro
143-147

Research on Sangiovese R10 in different Chianti Classico areas.
P. Storchi, E. Egger, and L. Raspini
148-152

Evaluation of five Zinfandel clones and one Primitivo clone for red wine in the Lodi appellation of California.
P. S. Verdegaal and C. Rous
153-156

Clonal selection of Chardonnay grapevines in South Africa.
C. P. Visser
157-158

Evaluation of six registered clones of Cabernet Sauvignon.
D. Williams and A. Bledsoe
159-163

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