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INFLUENCE OF PATHOGENIC ATTACK ON VINE VARIETIES OF CABERNET SAUVIGNON ON THE CONTENT OF TRANS-RESVERATROL IN WINE


DIMITAR R. DIMITROV 1*, EMIL B. BALASHKOV 2, DUSHKO D. NEDELKOVSKI 3, YORDANKA G. BELBEROVA 2
1. Institute of Viticulture and Enology, Department of Selection, Enology and Chemistry, 1 Kala Tepe str. 5800, Pleven, Bulgaria
2. Institute of Viticulture and Enology, Department of Technologies and Plant Protection, 1 Kala Tepe str. 5800, Pleven, Bulgaria
3. Institute of Agriculture, Department of Viticulture, Aleksandar Makedonski bb. 1000, Skopje, North Macedonia
*Corresponding author: dimitar_robertov@abv.bg

Issue:

SCSCC6, Volume XX, No. 4

Section:

Volume 20, No. 4 (2019)

Abstract:

A study of the impact of pathogenic attack on vine varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon on the content of trans-resveratrol in wine was carried out. Some of the vines were attacked by two pathogens: Botrytis cinerea - a cause of "gray mold"; Phyllosticta ampelicida (asexual phase from Guignardia bidwellii) - the causer of "black rot". It was found that when Botrytis cinerea attacked the vines with high degree (93 %) and index (50.33) (variant V1), this reflected in lower levels of established trans-resveratrol in wine (3.23 mg∙dm-3), in compared to control pathogen-free V2 variant (3.74 mg∙dm-3). The same trend was observed in the attack of the other pathogen. Phyllosticta ampelicida (asexual phase from Guignardia bidwellii), even in low attack degree (10 %) (variant V4) and index (2.5), resulted in lower levels of trans-resveratrol in wine (2.34 mg∙dm-3), compared to control pathogen-free variant V3 (2.56 mg∙dm-3). The study found a lower content of trans-resveratrol in wine produced from grapes of organically grown vines compared to that of conventionally grown.

Keywords:

asexual phase from Guignardia bidwellii, Botrytis cinerea, black rot, gray mold, organic wine, Phyllosticta ampelicida, red wine, trans-resveratrol.

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CSCC6201904V04S01A0003 [0004953]

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