Wine production optimisation using bio-technologies and zoning techniques

The pilot project in Georgia will be jointly implemented by the Georgian Technical University (GTU) and MIFP. The project will first consist in the mapping of Georgian vineyards linked to soil specificities data in order to define the best production area. Then the partners will work on the overall wine quality by applying different bio-technologies to optimize the sensory characteristics of wine. The pilot project will consist in the following tasks:

  • Zoning of wine growing area, collecting geological data (type of soil, relief, etc.) and analysing wine production;
  • Mapping vineyards and attributing a mark to the grape quality;
  • Development of networks of detection of data of various types for the zoning;
  • Integration of biotechnology process in wine production as the main techno dynamic system;
  • Creation of different products;
  • Initiation of the idea of developing a mathematical model for the use of biotechnologies in wine production.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 609553.