VCA (Vineyard Climate Analysis)

The Vineyard Climate Analysis (VCA) is a page with several indicators and studies developed to analyze the various climatological features of a wine region, represented by a meteorological station with a minimum of 10 years of temperature and precipitation data, compiled from official sources. Our database has more than 1.200 meteorological stations.

We utilize monthly mean, maximum and minimum temperatures and precipitation data, from our list of meteorological stations, to calculate the following indicators:


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