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Odart Alexandre Pierre

The French agriculturist and winegrower Alexandre Pierre Odart (1778-1866) was also known as Le Comte Odart. He was a corresponding member of several European agricultural societies and was King Louis XVIII. (1755-1824) as a wine expert sent to Hungary. In 1837, Odart published a work approved and approved by the French Agricultural Society, which dealt with the topics of grape-cultivation methods and winemaking methods for all types of wine, such as still wines, sparkling wines, fortified wines and straw wines. The ampelographical work "Ampélographie universelle ou Traité des Cépages" was published in 1854. At that time, he was regarded as the leader next to Victor Rendu (1809-1874) Ampelograph,

It may be due to a name mutilation in Alexandre Pierre Odart to the "inventor of dry Barolo"; see in this regard under Louis Oudart,

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