Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin (J INT SCI VIGNE VIN)

Journal description

Discontinued in 1999.

Current impact factor: 0.80

Impact Factor Rankings

2015 Impact Factor Available summer 2015
2013 / 2014 Impact Factor 0.804
2012 Impact Factor 0.83
2011 Impact Factor 1.022
2010 Impact Factor 0.913
2009 Impact Factor 0.771
2008 Impact Factor 0.917
2007 Impact Factor 0.696
2006 Impact Factor 0.404
2005 Impact Factor 0.393
2004 Impact Factor 0.333
2003 Impact Factor 0.432

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Additional details

5-year impact 1.27
Cited half-life 6.80
Immediacy index 0.15
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.38
Website Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin website
Other titles Journal international des sciences de la vigne et du vin
ISSN 1151-0285
OCLC 27137513
Material type Periodical
Document type Journal / Magazine / Newspaper

Publications in this journal

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    ABSTRACT: Aim: The purpose of the research was to link vigor with grape composition in a climate change scenario. Methods and results : This work presents a 4-year study (from 2010 to 2013) in a non-irrigated Tempranillo vineyard located in La Rioja (Spain). It is based on the acquisition of multi-spectral imagery at véraison and a subsequent zoning in two different vigor zones based on NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index). All parameters related to vigor showed significant differences within the zones (total shoot length, leaf area, pruning weight). Unexpectedly, the content in anthocyanins was found to be higher in the highest vigor zone in most of the years of study, a point particularly discussed in this work. Conclusion : Climatic conditions may affect considerably bunch microclimate and disturb the biosynthetic pathways of major grape components, leading to maturation mismatches. In hotter years, high vigor vines may favor anthocyanin accumulation through shading and protecting effects in the bunch area. Significance and impact of the study : Many studies have shown a negative relationship between vigor and grape anthocyanins, but in the present research the opposite trend was observed in hot years.
    Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 07/2015; 49(2015):127-136.
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    ABSTRACT: Abstract The Peruvian region of Ica is an important area of grapevine cultivation, mainly for the production of pisco, the flagship hard drink of Peru. The effects of a changing climate have been assessed using the recorded temperatures of a weather station together with projected climates for the 21st century generated under the A1B SRES scenario. La région d’Ica au Pérou est une zone viticole importante, principalement pour la production de pisco, l’alcool phare du pays. Les effets du changement climatique ont été analysés en utilisant les températures d’une station météorologique ainsi que les températures simulées pour le XXIe siècle avec le scénario SRES A1B
    Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 04/2015; J. Int. Sci. Vigne Vin, 49, n°2:103-112.
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    ABSTRACT: Aim: The efficacy of partial root zone drying (PRD) and regulated deficit irrigation (RDI) on vine physiology, yield components, fruit composition and wine sensory profiles of 'Cabernet-Sauvignon' was investigated in a cool climate region in Ontario, Canada. Methods and results: Field experiments were conducted in a Cabernet-Sauvignon block in Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON Canada between 2006 and 2008. There were five treatments : non-irrigated control, PRD, full irrigation [100 % of crop evapotranspiration (ETA and two levels of RDI (50 and 25 % ET,). Treatments started immediately after fruit set and continued until post-veraison. Soil and vine water status were apparently controlled not only by the amount of water but also by the irrigation strategy used. In the PRD treatments, soil moisture, leaf water potential, and transpiration rate were generally lower than in 100 % ET, but higher than non-irrigated and RDI treatments. Almost all treatments were different than in non-irrigated vines in fruit composition and wine sensory attributes. Wine sensory attributes differed considerably due to the amount of irrigation water applied in 2007. RDI strategies were more consistent than the PRO treatments in their effect on vine water status, grape composition and wine sensory profiles. Inconsistent patterns across seasons for some variables indicated that besides soil and vine water status, there were other factors that impacted vine physiology, yield components and berry composition. Conclusions: ROT treatments improved wine quality when compared with full or either non-irrigated treatments. Overall, use of ROT irrigation or PRO during dry and warm years can improve grape composition in cool climates. Significance and impact of the study: To the best of our knowledge, this is the first evaluation of PRO and ROT on Cabernet-Sauvignon in a cool humid climate. It suggests that although RDI strategies are more effective, PRO also has value, particularly in dry seasons.
    Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 11/2014; 48(4):269-292.
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    ABSTRACT: Aims: To detect and identify the cultivable microorganisms putatively associated with esca disease in representative Lebanese vineyards. Methods and results: Two field surveys were conducted in Lebanon in 2005 and 2007 to study the fungal community associated with grapevine wood lesions. A total of 68 vines showing typical esca symptoms were randomly sampled in 17 vineyards and cross sections were obtained of cordons and trunks. The shape and type of inner necrosis and discoloration were examined and isolations were made from the symptomatic wood. Isolation results showed that inner necrosis and isolated fungi were similar to those previously found elsewhere, namely in Central Europe or Mediterranean countries. Additionally, three methods for numerical evaluation of micro-organisms found were compared. Conclusion: Most fungal pathogens generally associated with grapevine trunk diseases were detected, of which the basidiomycete Fomitiporia mediterranea and species of the ascomycete family Botryosphaeriaceae were the most frequently encountered. Additionally, a large diversity of other wood colonizing micro-organisms was detected. The putative role of some of the obtained micro-organisms in the process of wood degradation related to esca disease is discussed. Significance and impact of the study: This isolation study is presently the most completed that was carried out with grapevine wood samples collected in Lebanon. Besides, it is the first to provide isolation results based on a classification of inner necrosis in five categories and to compare three criteria for numerical evaluation. This study also tends to further highlight that Botryosphaeriaceae species are common wood inhabiting fungi that should be associated with esca.
    Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 11/2014; 48(4):293-302.
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    ABSTRACT: Aim: To determine the effect of foliar sprays of processed mineral particles (micronized calcite, Megagreen (R)) on leaf water relations and photosynthesis in grapevines (Vitis vinifera L. var. Cot) grown under water deficit. Methods and results: Potted plants were grown in a glasshouse in summer under natural light (Toulouse, lat. 43 degrees 32'14.50 '' N; long. 1 degrees 29'44.25 '' W; altitude 148 m a.s.1.). Well-watered and drought stressed vines were foliar sprayed with various doses of micronized calcite. Leaf water potential, gas exchange (light-saturated CO2 assimilation rate, A(CO2); stomatal conductance, g(s)) and chlorophyll fluorescence (quantum efficiency of PSII photochemistry, Phi PSII) were measured. Water stress affected predawn and midday leaf water potentials, A(CO2), g(s) and 4:Phi PSII of the 40-day-old (younger fully expanded) leaves. Megagreen (R) application did not lead to appreciable changes in leaf water potentials but was able to mostly restore A(CO2) and Phi PSII in water stressed plants to levels of well-watered control plants. This effect was associated with a positive, although less pronounced, effect on gs. The beneficial effects of processed calcite particles were also observed on younger and older leaves, at low and high atmospheric vapor pressure deficit, and in the morning as well as in the afternoon. In well-watered plants, processed calcite particles had no effect on photosynthesis except under very high evaporative demand. In water stressed plants, A(CO2) was increased by increasing ambient CO2 concentration. At elevated CO2, calcite particles did not increase CO2 assimilation. Conclusion: Foliar application of processed calcite particles alleviated most of the adverse effects of water stress on grapevine photosynthesis. This was associated with enhanced gs in the whole plant canopy. Significance and impact of the study: In the context of climate change, grapevine will most likely experience long periods of drought during its seasonal cycle. Foliar application of processed mineral particles is widely used to reduce heat stress in perennial fruit crops. Here, the micronized calcite Megagreen (R) does improve photosynthesis of water stressed grapevines.
    Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 11/2014; 48(4):237-245.