In viticulture, the temperature in various areas from the vineyard to enjoyment is an important factor.
In connection with the climate, the temperature shows the thermal state of a body, a liquid or a gas, which is usually measured and specified in Celsius (USA in Fahrenheit) using a thermometer. Room temperature (also indoor temperature) is the temperature that usually prevails in occupied rooms.
Air temperature is generally understood to mean the outside temperature of the near-ground atmosphere, which is neither influenced by solar radiation nor by floor heat. In meteorology, this is measured at a height of two meters. This varies during the day and during the seasons and is influenced by climate fluctuations. The temperature is one of the important criteria for the climate classification or division into the large-scale climate areas or macro-climates (large climates) of the earth. Naturally, the temperature is also an extremely important factor in the viniculture, There it is in the form of temperature sums recorded and displayed. The air temperature in the vineyard is an important criterion for the Weinbauwürdigkeit (Suitability) of a region for viticulture. See in detail under climate and Weather,