Boboc, Dan; Lădaru, Georgiana-Raluca; Dinu, Petre-Florian
April 2012
Quality - Access to Success;2012 Supplement, Vol. 13, p16
Academic Journal
This research investigates Romanian viticulture potential. In pursuing this, statistical data were analyzed, related to the areas occupied by vines and grape production per hectare of the Romanian and European Union vineyard. Romania is among the countries with a millenary tradition in vines. Climatic and soil conditions of our country are favorable for growth and fruiting vines.


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