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Changement climatique et viticulture en Bretagne: émergence ou renaissance d'un vignoble ? Une analyse historique

Abstract : Vineyards in Brittany disappeared in the 20th century as a result of the phylloxera crisis and reappeared at the beginning of the 21st century under the impulse of individuals and associations of wine-lovers. Recently, professionals have been settling in Brittany with the aim of marketing wines. The process of renaissance in which this vineyard is extending is studied through the discourse of viticultural-related actors in Brittany and the regressive history method. If these actors mainly evoke the viticultural history to justify the process of rebirth in this marginal area of French viticulture, they also admit that climate change, and more specifically temperature increase, is beneficial for improving the quality of their production. This article particularly targets the vineyards in the Rance Valley in support of an excursion during this conference.
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Clémentine Charmont, Bonnardot Valérie, Luc Capdevila. Changement climatique et viticulture en Bretagne: émergence ou renaissance d'un vignoble ? Une analyse historique. Changement Climatique et Territoires, LETG UMR 6554 CNRS, 2020, Rennes, France. pp.163-168. ⟨hal-02936687⟩

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