Coulure

Coulure (pronounced coo-LYUR) is a potential viticultural hazard that is the result of metabolic reactions to weather conditions that causes a failure of grapes to develop after flowering. In English the word shatter is sometimes used. Coulure is triggered by periods of cold, cloudy, rainy weather or very high out-of-season temperatures. The condi...
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Coulure

• (n.) A disease affecting grapes, esp. in California, manifested by the premature dropping of the fruit.
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coulure

(France) Once the vine has flowered, there should develop a small fruit (the grape) in place of each flower. Failure of the fruit to set in this way is coulure. It is often worst when the weather is particularly cold or wet. Some coulure is beneficial as a vine would have difficulty in ripening a full crop, resulting in a reduction in quality - al....
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Coulure

Cou·lure' noun [ French, prop., a dropping.] (Hort.) A disease affecting grapes, esp. in California, manifested by the premature dropping of the fruit.
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Coulure

A vineyard situation in which new flower clusters fail to set a full crop. It is usually caused by adverse weather at the time of bloom. See Shatter.
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coulure

French term (also couler) for Verrieseln; look there.
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