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AN AHP EXERCISE TO IDENTIFY THE MOST VALUABLE GRAPEVINE VARIETIES OF RED AND ROS├ë WINE FOR HU┼×I VINEYARD


DIANA ELENA VIZITIU 1, ELENA-COCU┼óA BUCIUMEANU 1, LUCIAN DINC─é 2, ANA-MARIA RADOMIR 1
1. National Research and Development Institute for Biotechnology in Horticulture Stefanesti, Bucharest - Pitesti Road, No 37, Arges, Romania, e-mail: vizitiud@yahoo.com; ebuciumeanu@yahoo.com; radomir.anamaria@yahoo.com
2. ÔÇŁMarin DraceaÔÇŁ National Research and Development Institute in Forestry, 128 Boulevard Eroilor, Voluntari, Ilfov, 13 Closca Street, 500035- Bra┼čov, Romania, e-mail: dinka.lucian@gmail.com

Issue:

SCSB, Number 1, Volume XXIX

Section:

Volume 29, No. 1

Abstract:

In order to identify and rank the most important grapevine varieties for red and ros├ę wine of Hu┼či vineyard, the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method has been used. Knowing that the vocation of Hu┼či vineyard is the culture of the grapevine varieties for white wine, the result of the AHP application was expected to give a scientific contribution to the viticultural market, in order to extend the growing area of some varieties, based on subjective criteria. Seven grapevine varieties (Burgund mare, Feteasc─â neagr─â, B─âbeasc─â neagr─â, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Busuioac─â de Bohotin) and seventeen quantitative and qualitative criteria have been used in the AHP exercise. The analyses were carried out using the Expert Choice Desktop software package. According to the results, Busuioac─â de Bohotin and Feteasc─â neagr─â (considered autochthonous varieties), and Burgund mare (with high quantities of produced grapes), were selected as the most important grapevine varieties for red and ros├ę wine in this aria.

Keywords:

analytic hierarchy process, pairwise comparisons, Vitis, Moldavian Hills.

Code [ID]:

SCSB202001V29S01A0003 [0005198]

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