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《Journal of Beijing Agricultural College》 2006-01
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The Spread of Cultivation and Wine-making of Vitis vinifera L. in China

WANG Jian-wen, WANG You-nian (Beijing Forestry University, Beijing 100083,China;Beijing Agricultural College, Beijing 102206,China)  
Viticulture and wine-making of Vitis vinifera L. had been brought to west China before Han dynasty. After that, they spread to middle and east area. The route was from middle Asia to west China and then to shaanxi ,Henan and Shanxi; then to Hebei,Shandong and other area. Many famous grape cultivars had been selected. Special technology of viticulture and white-spirit-like wine-making methods were adopted by ancient farmers in China. Natural fermented wine was pruduced usually in west area , The natural fermentation technology had seldom been used in middle and east China. In Yuan dynasty,this technology had been adopted widely. Modern viticulture and brewage of Vitis vinifera L. started in 1892 A. D. Nowadays, Vitis vinifera L. Has been an important part of agriculture and light industry in Xinjiang, Shandong, Hebei.
【CateGory Index】: S663.1
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