Vineyard (vit)

National Reference Metadata in ESS Standard for Quality Reports Structure (ESQRS)

Compiling agency: Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO)

Time Dimension: 2015-50

Data Provider: HU1

Data Flow: PERMCRP_VINEQ_5


Eurostat metadata
Reference metadata
1. Contact
2. Statistical presentation
3. Statistical processing
4. Quality management
5. Relevance
6. Accuracy and reliability
7. Timeliness and punctuality
8. Coherence and comparability
9. Accessibility and clarity
10. Cost and Burden
11. Confidentiality
12. Comment
Related Metadata
Annexes (including footnotes)
 



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1. Contact Top
1.1. Contact organisation

Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO)

1.2. Contact organisation unit

Rural Development, Agriculture and Environment Statistics Department

1.5. Contact mail address

Központi Statisztikai Hivatal (Hungarian Central Statistical Office)

H-1024 Budapest Keleti Károly utca 5-7.


2. Statistical presentation Top
2.1. Data description

The vineyard data set includes data on the structure of vineyards in the European Union. It covers the holding which are on the market growing vines intended to produce grapes for other purposes than table grapes or growing plants for vegetative propagation of before mentioned vines and the area covered by these vines. The data concerns the vine types, degree of specialisation of vine-grower holdings, main varieties of grapes and age of plants. Some indicators are collected at national level, others a NUTS2 level. The data are extracted from the vineyard register. The Member States, which have more than 500 ha of vines for other purpose than table grape production need to collect the data.

2.2. Classification system

The classification system used in the vineyard data has several dimensions:  type of vineyards, degree of specialisation of the holding, main varieties (> 500 ha t national level), age of plants and size classes of holdings. More information can be found in the Handbook.

2.3. Coverage - sector

Growing of grapes for other purposes than table grapes (mainly for wine, juice, raisins) (part of NACE rev.  2 classification of A01.21: growing of grapes) and plant propagation for vines (part of NACE rev.  2 classification of A01.30: plant propagation).

2.4. Statistical concepts and definitions

Statistical characteristics of observations

Agricultural area planted with vines which area is minimum 0,1 ha OR produce for purpose selling wine. Characteristics: area size, calendar year and season of plantation, variety of vine, user (holding), state of production (for wine, for vegetative propagation, not yet in productive state etc., ), geographical condition (area of wine region or not).

Is there a national legislation covering structural vineyrd statistics? YES
Name of the legislation

2004. évi XVIII. törvény a szőlőtermesztésről és a borgazdálkodásról

(XVIII./2004. act on viticulture and wine production)

If yes, provide a link

http://net.jogtar.hu/jr/gen/hjegy_doc.cgi?docid=A0400018.TV&celpara=#xcelparam

Scope and coverage of the legislation

This law regulates the plantation, cultivation, cutting of wine grape areas, production of wine products, marketing, record-keeping system, and Administration functions and powers of the grape growing and wine production.

Responsable organisation for the legislation

Hungarian National Assembly (The Parliament of Hungary)

Precision requirements 

Under the REGULATION (EU) No 1337/2011

Does the national legal frame foresee the use of the vineyard register?  YES
2.5. Statistical unit

Number of holdings growing vines intended to produce grapes for other purposes than table grapes or growing plants for vegetative propagation of before mentioned vines and the area covered by these vines in hectares.

2.6. Statistical population

All holdings which are on the market growing vines intended to produce grapes for other purposes than table grapes or growing plants for vegetative propagation of before mentioned vines, having an area bigger than 0.1 hectares are registered in the vineyard register. The data collection is limited to the countries having a bigger than 500 ha area of vines grown for other purposes than table grapes.

2.7. Reference area

The area of Hungary

2.8. Coverage - Time

When was the first (regular) structural vineyard survey / data collection organised?

In 1873

Frequency of the data collection (if there was one) before 1979 or before EU membership?

They were not regularly.

If not regularly, in which years the vineyards have been surveyed ?

1895, 1935, 1961-63

2.9. Base period

Year 2001


3. Statistical processing Top
3.1. Source data

Is the register maintained at national or regional level? National                                
  Register 1 Register 2 Register 3 Register 4 Register 5 Register 6 Register 7 Register 8 Register 9 Register 10 Register 11 Register 12 Register 13 Register 14 Register 15 Register 16 Register 17
Name of the register(s)

HEGYIR - Hegyközségi adatgyűjtő és adatszolgáltató információs rendszer (Data collecting and supplying electronic information system of wine communities)

Data owner (organisation)

Hegyközségek Nemzeti Tanácsa - National Council of Wine Communities

Contact information of the register authority (email and phone number)

Address: H-1117 Budapest, Budafoki út 111.

Tel:      +36-1/413-75-27

Fax:     +36-1/413-75-28

Email: hnt@hnt.hu

Legal basis

2004. évi XVIII. törvény a szőlőtermesztésről és a borgazdálkodásról

(XVIII./2004. act on viticulture and wine production)

 

2012. évi CCXIX. törvény a hegyközségekről

(CCXIX./2012. act on wine communities)

Does the register contain parcel level data? YES
Are the parcels belonging to the same holder grouped under the same holding-id in the register? No, but could be grouped with small effort
Is the holding geo-referenced with co-ordinates? NO
How is the vineyard holding identified in the register? Unique ID of holding
Were all variables taken from vineyard register? YES
If no, which variables were not taken from the register?
Why were they not taken from the register?
For what purpose the ancillary data sources were used?
If other, which was the purpose?


Were other ancillary data sources used? NO  
If yes, which ones? Data source  Type of data source
Name of the data source 1
Name of the data source 2
Name of the data source 3


Additional comments

3.2. Frequency of data collection

The EU-level vineyard data collection is done every 5 years under Regulation (EU) 1337/2011. The first data collection takes place 2015. From 1979 until 2009 there was a data collection done every 10 years (basic data) and a smaller annual survey yearly (Council Regulation (EEC) No 357/79 on statistical surveys under vines).

Have you done any national data collections on the structure of vineyards since the 2009 EU-level data collection and before the 2015 EU-level collections? NO
If yes, in which years were they implemented?


Additional comments

3.3. Data collection

How easy was it  to get access to the vineyard register data (administrative access)?  
The data provider has direct constant access to the vineyard register
Access was granted upon a simple request
Access was granted after some negotiations
Access was granted after lenthy negotiations 
Access was not granted
Were the data from the vineyard register integrated into a statistical holding register? NO
If not, what were the reasons for not doing that?  
There was no need for such an operation
It was not technically possible because of lack of common identifier
It was not feasible due to data protection issues
It was considered too expensive
Other reasons


Additional comments

3.4. Data validation

Which kind of data validation measures are in place? Manual
What do they target?  
Unit completeness
Item completeness
Valid value
Time series ranges (outlier detection)
Relational checks between characteristics
Arithmetic calculations (e.g. correctness of aggregates)
Others
Is the data cross-validated against another dataset? YES
If yes, which dataset?  
Previous results of vineyard statistics
Annual crop statistics area data
FSS data 
Other dataset


Additional comments

3.5. Data compilation

Classifications, re-classifications to get EU classificatons, aggregations for holdings, species and sum of totals.

The methods for compiling missing characteristics:

- Vine type concerning wine qualitiy. For the years before 2017 the cadaster does not contain the direct information for PDO/PGI/NP classification. To compile it we used the informations on geographical conditions (areas on wine regions or out of wine regions) and the growing state (This is a complex classification information in the cadaster which gives the type of production of one parcel.)

- In production/Not yet in production. It is compiled by using the information of plantation year date and the growing state

- Specialization of the holdings. It is compiled by using the vine type information.

 

3.6. Adjustment

Data cleansing and correcting on basic database (not valid or formally not correct values, missing values), preparing basic database to get into the HCSO informatic system.

- missing wine regions codes were compiled by using the settlement informations of parcels

- missing age informations were compiled by estimations (on the 1,3% of the total area).


4. Quality management Top
4.1. Quality assurance

Is there a quality management process in place for vineyard statistics? YES
If yes, what are the components?

The data were processed in two different ways paralelly and the results were validated.

Was the authority responsible for the vineyard register involved in the quality assurance of the vineyard data? YES
If yes, which data quality improvement actions were proposed to be done to the vineyard register?  
Improvement of coverage of the register (elimination of over-coverage)
Improvement of the coverage of the register (elimination of under-coverage)
Elimination of multiple listings
More frequent updates
Inclusion of new characteristics in the register
Improving the identification of the holding
Other improvement actions
   
Is there a Quality Report available? NO
If yes, please provide a link
   
Has a peer-review been carried out for vineyard statistics? NO
If yes, which were the main conclusions?
What quality improvement measures are planned for the next 5 years?  
Improvement of the vineyard register
Improvement of data validation
Further automation
Quality Report
Peer review
Other


Additional comments

4.2. Quality management - assessment

   Grading  Comments
How would you describe the overall quality of the structural vineyard statistics?  Good
How would you describe the relevance of the structural vineyard statistics?  Good
How would you describe the accuracy of the structural vineyard statistics?  Satisfactory
How would you describe the comparability of the structural vineyard statistics with other agricultural statistics, e.g. FSS and Annual Crop Statistics?  Satisfactory
How would you describe the coherence (over time) of the structural vineyard statistics?  Good
How would you describe the coherence (across regions in your country) of the structural vineyard statistics?  Very good
How would you describe the accessibility of the structural vineyard statistics?  Good
How would you describe the clarity of the structural vineyard statistics?  Satisfactory


Additional comments


5. Relevance Top

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5.1. Relevance - User Needs

Is the structural vineyard data necessary at national level? YES
Does Regulation 1337/2011 meet the national structural vineyard data needs? NO
If not, did you add additional characteristics which are needed at national level added to the EU-level list of characteristics? YES
If yes, which ones?

Density of plantation by number of plants/ha, cultivation method, percent of missing plants.

Are there further known unmet user needs? YES
If yes, describe the unmet needs

There is an ongoing development in the database to administrate the qualitiy characteristics of vineyard units, in order to define the exact capability of producting PDO/PGI/NP wines. The recent changes in regulation on producing wines give the possibility to registrate this information for the vineyards producing for market.


Additional comments

5.2. Relevance - User Satisfaction

Has a user satisfaction survey been done? NO
If yes, how satisfied were the users?


Additional comments

5.3. Completeness

Is the vineyard data set complete? YES
If not, which characteristics are missing?


Are all main varieties (> 500ha at natioanl level) listed by name in Table 4? NO  
If not, give the name and area of the main varieties included in class other main red grape varieties Name Area (ha) 
Variety 1
Variety 2
Variety 3
Variety 4
Variety 5
Variety 6
Variety 7
Variety 8
Variety 9
Variety 10
If not, give the name and area of the main varieties included in class other main white grape varieties Name Area (ha) 
Variety 1

Rizlingszilváni

1709,5125

Variety 2

Aletta

1525,749

Variety 3
Variety 4
Variety 5
Variety 6
Variety 7
Variety 8
Variety 9
Variety 10
If not, give the name and area of the main varieties included in class other main other colour  grape varieties Name Area (ha) 
Variety 1
Variety 2
Variety 3
Variety 4
Variety 5
Variety 6
Variety 7
Variety 8
Variety 9
Variety 10


Additional comments

5.3.1. Data completeness - rate

Not available.


6. Accuracy and reliability Top
6.1. Accuracy - overall

How good is the accuracy of the vineyard statistics? Good
What are the main factors lowering the accuracy? Coverage errors
If others, which ones?


Additional comments

About the coverage error, which is lowering the accuracy: By theory the vineyard register covers the whole area and all holdings producing grape and wine for market. It may happen out of the vine regions there are some farmers who can not, or do not give the information for the wine community properly. This may cause a minimal coverage error, which has no importance concerning statistical results.

6.2. Sampling error

There was not sampling.

6.2.1. Sampling error - indicators

There was not sampling.

6.3. Non-sampling error

Non sampling errors may occur in the next cases:

 

- Dismissed, not exact registration in the register;

- The land user does not give exact informations.

 

6.3.1. Coverage error

In the context of vineyard data collection the non-sampling errors are linked to the quality of the vineyard register

Under coverage

Does the vineyard register include all wine growers of the country? NO
If not, which kinds of wine growers are not included?

Growers do not selling wine and have vineyard area less then 0,1 ha. But they are not on the market.

 

It may occur there are some farmers who have their area out of the vine regions but produce wine for selling.

How many percent of the total number of wine growers are not included?

Less than 0,5 % of growers producing for market.

 

How big part of the vineyard area is not included?

Less than 0,5 % of vineyard area producting for market.

Impact of under coverage on the data quality Low


Over coverage

Does the vineyard register include holdings which are not any more active wine growers? YES
If yes, how many years does an inactive holding stay in the register?

1-2 years

Are former wine grower holdings, which haven't harvested the grapes for more than 7 years, part of the vineyard data collection? NO
Impact of over coverage on the data quality None


Multiple listing errors

Number of farms listed in the register several times? Low
Impact of multiple listings on the data quality None


Misclassification

Does the misclassification of units or characteristics have an impact on the data quality? YES
If yes, to which extent? Minor
Which characteristics are affected?  
Area
Number of holdings
Type of production
Size class
Degree of specialisation
Main varieties
Age class
   
Impact of misclassification on the data quality  Low
   
Degree of bias caused by coverage errors None
What measures were taken to mitigate the impact of coverage errors?  
None
Ancillary data sources were used in parallel to the vineyard register
Statistical correction methods
Others
   
In case coverage errors were detected, was the authority responsible for the vineyard register notified? YES
Have actions been taken to improve the register? YES


Additional comments


6.3.2. Measurement error

Not available.

6.3.3. Non response error

In the context of vineyard data collection the non-response is understood as missing characteristics in the vineyard register

Were all characteristics mentioned in Regulation 1337/2011 Annex 2 present in the vineyard register? NO
If not, which were missing?

Characteristics of wine qualitiy - PDO/PGI/NP classification

Were ancillary data sources used to fill in the gaps? NO
If yes, which one?


Additional comments

6.3.3.6. Unit non-response - rate

Not available.

6.3.3.7. Item non-response - rate

Not available.

6.3.4. Processing error

Not available.

6.3.4.1. Imputation - rate

Not available.

6.3.5. Model assumption error

Not available.

6.4. Seasonal adjustment

Not available.

6.5. Data revision - policy

As the data are from official register it was not necessary any revision.

 

6.6. Data revision - practice

How many data revisions were done?

0

Why were the data revisions done?

There was no data revisions.


Additional comments

6.6.4. Data revision - average size

Not available.


7. Timeliness and punctuality Top

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7.1. Timeliness

  Register 1 Register 2 Register 3 Register 4 Register 5 Register 6 Register 7 Register 8 Register 9 Register 10 Register 11 Register 12 Register 13 Register 14 Register 15 Register 16 Register 17
Name of the register(s)

HEGYIR - Hegyközségi adatgyűjtő és adatszolgáltató információs rendszer (Data collecting and supplying electronic information system of wine communities)

When were the data extracted from the vineyard register? 15/11/2015
When was the latest update of the vineyard register done before the data extraction? 08/11/2015
Update frequency of the register Continuous


Additional comments

7.1.1. Time lag - first result

Not available.

7.1.2. Time lag - final result

Not available.

7.2. Punctuality

Was the dataset delivered to Eurostat by the deadline (30 September 2016)? YES
In case not, how many days delay was there?   


Additional comments

7.2.4. Punctuality - delivery and publication

Not available.


8. Coherence and comparability Top
8.1. Comparability - geographical

Were there any differences in the definition of the characteristics between the national/regional data and those described in Regulation 1337/2011? NO
If yes, which definitions were different?

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How would you describe the impact of the differences in definitions for the data comparability at EU level? Very small


Additional comments

8.2. Comparability - over time

Was the national methodology used for compiling 2009 and 2015 structural vineyared data comparable?  Major differences
Were the definitions used for compiling 2009 and 2015 structural vineyared data comparable?  Minor differences
Was the regional breakdown used for compiling 2009 and 2015 structural vineyared data comparable?  Same NUTS2 regions


Additional comments

The major difference in national methodology used for compiling 2009 and 2015 structural vineyard data concerning to the areas which are out of wine regions.

In 2009 the areas were covered by a representative sample survey carried out by HCSO. In 2015 this was not necessary, the coverage of Hungarian vineyard cadaster is satisfactory respectively to EU regulation on vineyard statistics.

8.3. Coherence - cross domain

With which other data sources the vineyard data have  been compared?  Annual crop statistics (ACS) and FSS
Other statistics
Other registers
   
If no comparisons have been made, why not?

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Result of the comparison with ACS Small differences
If differences were detected, to which characteristics are they linked ? Area by grape type
Description of the differences

Due to the different methodology, the number of holdings, the grape types, the rate of the area under production.

Result of the comparison with FSS Small differences
If differences were detected, to which characteristics are they linked ? Area by grape type
Description of the differences

Due to the different methodology, the number of holdings, the grape types, the rate of the area under production.

Other comparison results Fully comparable
If differences, please give a brief description of the results of this comparison.


Additional comments

8.4. Coherence - sub annual and annual statistics

Nat available.

8.5. Coherence - National Accounts

Not available.

8.6. Coherence - internal

Not available.


9. Accessibility and clarity Top
9.1. Dissemination format - News release

  Availability Links
News release  NO
9.2. Dissemination format - Publications

  Availability Links
Publications NO
Publications in English NO
9.3. Dissemination format - online database

  Availability Links
On-line database accessible to users  NO
Website NO
Free/against payment data access policy Against payment  
9.3.1. Data tables - consultations

Not available.

9.4. Dissemination format - microdata access

  Availability Links
Micro-data access for researchers  NO
9.5. Dissemination format - other

Data are sent to EUROSTAT for further publication. In 2017 data will be published online at HCSO's website.

9.6. Documentation on methodology

  Availability Links
Methodological report NO
Scientific publications NO
Definitions and classifications NO
9.7. Quality management - documentation

  Availability Links
Quality Report YES
Metadata YES
9.7.1. Metadata completeness - rate

Not available.

9.7.2. Metadata - consultations

Not available.


10. Cost and Burden Top
Restricted from publication


11. Confidentiality Top
Restricted from publication
11.1. Confidentiality - policy
Restricted from publication
11.2. Confidentiality - data treatment
Restricted from publication


12. Comment Top

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Related metadata Top


Annexes Top