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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Dpaquet » Ven 28 Avr 2017 20:55

Je sais que certaines régions comme champagne, bourgogne et bordeaux ont été durement touchées, mais qu'en est-il du rhones et les régions plus au sud?


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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Lun 01 Mai 2017 15:27

Luc a écrit :Dites, si vous avez de l'info sur l'hémisphère sud, ce serait apprécié.
Je ne trouve rien sur le Chili, l'Argentine, l'Afrique du Sud et on s'entend que la saison végétative est assez loin à cette heure.
On doit certainement être rendu à la véraison, peut-être même que dans des cas, les dates de vendanges sont approximées…

En tout cas, sentez-vous libres!


bedarddd a écrit :Comment fut la récolte 2017 dans ces pays : Chili, l'Argentine, l'Afrique du Sud ?

J’en ai toujours trouvé par le passé, mais là, je n’y arrive pas!!!
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Le_comptable » Lun 01 Mai 2017 15:58

Luc a écrit :
Luc a écrit :Dites, si vous avez de l'info sur l'hémisphère sud, ce serait apprécié.
Je ne trouve rien sur le Chili, l'Argentine, l'Afrique du Sud et on s'entend que la saison végétative est assez loin à cette heure.
On doit certainement être rendu à la véraison, peut-être même que dans des cas, les dates de vendanges sont approximées…

En tout cas, sentez-vous libres!


bedarddd a écrit :Comment fut la récolte 2017 dans ces pays : Chili, l'Argentine, l'Afrique du Sud ?

J’en ai toujours trouvé par le passé, mais là, je n’y arrive pas!!!


En cherchant un peu sur la récolte 2017 en Afrique du Sud, j'ai trouvé quelques articles. Par contre, je ne peux garantir jusqu'à quel point les infos sont de sources fiables.
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Mar 02 Mai 2017 8:10

Je me rends compte que par le passé, les nouvelles venant de l'hémisphère sud arrivaient vers le début mai, voire la mi-mai.
Voyez vous-même:

2009
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=12637

2010
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=16708


2012
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=21822

2013 :
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=23994

2014 :
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=25660

2015 :
viewtopic.php?t=28088

2016 :
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=29748&hilit=mill%C3%A9sime+2016
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Jeu 04 Mai 2017 10:09

Australie, ce document date, 16 février, mais il donne l’état de la situation à la fin des vendanges là-bas :
http://www.austwine.net.au/cms/wp-conte ... -Final.pdf

2. What are the growing conditions like for this vintage?
Quite unusual: generally, it was a very wet winter and spring followed by a generally mild summer in many regions, often punctuated by violent storms. For example, on 11 November 2016, there was a large hail storm that cut a swathe across the Riverland and Murray Darling regions. The impact of this event is very hard to assess, since some vineyards were devastated, whilst nearby ones were left untouched. In Western Australia there have been some quite devastating rains recently and the impact of this is not yet known.

A wet winter and spring usually means good crop loads in the dryland areas, although many such regions already reported a large crop last year. Anecdotally, berries are generally bigger in these regions this year, although set is patchy. The extended ripening period due to the cooler summer conditions does increase the prospects of a high quality 2017 Australian vintage
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Lun 08 Mai 2017 15:56

Nouvelle Zélande :
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/the-country/n ... d=11850742
The windy and cool spring and summer had caused a later harvest and lower yields, Ms Coughlan said.
However, the fruit quality was high.




Le gel à Bordeaux, en piasses:
http://www.businessinsider.com/r-french ... ost-2017-5
…the total damage is estimated at one to two billion euros ($1.1- $2.2 billion), with wine production set to fall by about 350 million bottles.
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Ven 12 Mai 2017 11:30

Afrique du Sud:
http://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/196/473/161591.html
“Consumers can definitely look forward to an exceptional 2017 vintage,” said Viljoen. The dry, warm weather resulted in healthy grapes and small berries with good intensity. Greater variation between night and day temperatures during the ripening stage gave the colour and flavour formation a further boost, which are indicative of remarkable quality wines.


Overview of regions:

Breedekloof: A Slightly smaller harvest than in 2017 after one of the driest growing and ripening periods ever.

Klein Karoo: A much smaller harvest due to dry conditions and a shrinking area under vines.

Malmesbury/Swartland: A considerably bigger and exceptional crop after a sharp decline in 2016.

Northern Cape: A season of extremes and variation between producers contribute to an overall decrease.

Olifants River: Ideal weather conditions contribute to a slightly larger harvest of good quality.

Paarl: A good hike in production following a much smaller 2016 harvest, with favourable grape analyses.

Robertson: A dry, hot season resulted in an above-average yield, close to the record harvest in 2016.

Stellenbosch: A challenging season contributed to a smaller, but promising wine grape harvest.

Worcester: A healthy and average sized harvest for this region, but still slightly smaller than in 2016.
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Ven 12 Mai 2017 11:31

Argentine:
http://www.decanter.com/wine-news/argen ... 17-368765/
Although quality is considered high across the board, damaging spring frosts significantly reduced the quantity.
‘2017 is a fantastic harvest in terms of quality,’ said Santiago Achaval, winemaker at Matervini.
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Ven 12 Mai 2017 11:31

Nouvelle Zélande:
http://gisborneherald.co.nz/focusonthel ... les-at-the
Flowering, as always, was around November 25. “Conditions were warm and dry. This is what we wish for — dry, warm windy conditions to blow the flower caps off and for fertilisation to occur without interruption.”
By harvest time, the weather changed throughout the country to northerlies bringing intermittent rain, cloud and humidity.
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Ven 12 Mai 2017 11:32

Australie du sud:
http://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/agribu ... 39f7872456
WINE grape harvest at Coonawarra and McLaren Vale in South Australia is two or three weeks later than the long-term average, thanks to a cooler spring and late bud burst….At Coonawarra Redman Wines winemaker Dan Redman said this year had been the latest vintage since 2004….Mr Redman said the sugar levels were not as high as previous years, but the tannins were a bit finer.
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Lun 15 Mai 2017 11:53

Nord-ouest américain :
http://www.greatnorthwestwine.com/2017/ ... -vintages/

April also brought as much as 150 percent of normal precipitation to the Northwest.
“The cool conditions throughout the PNW and even California have slowed bud break and spring growth to average conditions compared to the past few years,” Jones wrote. “Fortunately, to this point there has been little to no frost pressure, unlike the devastating events of late April throughout much of Europe.”
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Re: Millésime 2017

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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Mer 17 Mai 2017 7:58



Tu m'as devancé ! merci du partage d'info :!:

Pour les paresseux, cet article mentionne entre autre de très petites quantités at de la chaleur extrème.
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Mer 17 Mai 2017 8:03

Nouvelle Zélande,
http://www.ruralnewsgroup.co.nz/item/11 ... e-vineyard

Région par région, quelques compte-rendu, mais entre autre :

Central Otago
Mark Orton
When someone who has been growing grapes in Central Otago for 25 years says that the 2016-17 season is one of the trickiest yet, then that carries some weight. But when you learn that he has fought frost in every month of this growing season, then something a little odd is up.
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Re: Millésime 2017

Messagepar Luc » Ven 26 Mai 2017 11:08

Sonoma, la pluie de cet hiver est de bon augure:

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/05/prweb14352513.htm
The Pinot Blocks are anywhere from 50-90% in bloom, with most vines carrying average or above average cluster counts. If the weather cooperates, we should see average to above average harvest yields for 2017. With the ground water recharged and the vines looking extremely healthy, everything so far is pointing to a great 2017 harvest.”
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