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Vine landscapes in Crimea: evolution, problems, prospects

Pozachenyuk Katerina () and Yakovenko Irina ()
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Pozachenyuk Katerina: Department of Physical Geography, Oceanology and Landscape Science, Crimean Federal V.I. Vernadsky University, Simferopol, Ukraine
Yakovenko Irina: Department of Tourism, Crimean Federal V.I. Vernadsky University, Simferopol, Ukraine

Miscellanea Geographica. Regional Studies on Development, 2018, vol. 22, issue 2, 102-108

Abstract: The conditions and factors of development of the vine landscapes in Crimea and their evolution are considered for the ancient, medieval, imperial, Soviet (first and second halves of the 20th century), and post-Soviet periods. The characteristics of the vineyard landscape zones (South Coast, Foothills and Steppe) are presented. Having reached their maximum areas in the period 1955-1970, the area of the vineyards in Crimea decreased steadily until 2017. The main causes of degradation were the spread of phylloxera, the campaign against alcoholism in 1985, the deterioration of sales after the collapse of the USSR, and the ineffective system of cultivation technology. The current ways of reviving grape landscapes – the introduction of innovative methods of farming, greening and cluster forms of viticulture and winemaking – are addressed.

Keywords: Crimea; vineyard landscapes; cultural landscapes; evolution; cultural heritage (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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