ORGANIC VITICULTURE - FOR WINE SECTOR DIVERSIFICATION OPPORTUNITY

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 17 ISSUE 1
Written by Romeo Catalin CRETU, Petrica STEFAN, Dragoş-Marian MATEI

Romania is part of the most important countries in the field of viticulture and wine production. According to statistics our country lies in the fifth place in Europe (after Spain, France, Italy, Portugal) and 11th place in the world (after the four countries mentioned above and the USA, China, Argentina, Chile, Turkey and Iran) [5],[21]. The vine is mentioned in documents on this area since Dacians times. Major ancient historians wrote about wines from this part of world. The leader himself of the greatest Thracian state ever mentioned, Burebista, stopped cultivating vines due the problems created by the effect of the wine over his people. Linking these things: rich wine history and especially the tradition existing in all areas of the country where the vine is cultivated, we have a consistent picture of this beautiful and noble activities.

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CRETU R.C., STEFAN P., MATEI D.M. 2017, ORGANIC VITICULTURE - FOR WINE SECTOR DIVERSIFICATION OPPORTUNITY. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 17 ISSUE 1, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 133-132.


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