2°C MORE AND 50 MILLION HL OF ROSÉ DRUNK WORLDWIDE: THE CHALLENGES FOR ROSÉ IN 2050
The Rencontres Internationales du Rosé bring together scientific, technical and viticulture stakeholders from around the world in a symposium dedicated to research and targeted understanding of rosé wine. The meetings are organised by the Provence Wine Marketing Board (CIVP) and the Rosé Wine Centre for Research and Experimentation.
There have already been four symposia (Toulon in 2004 - Aix-en- Provence in 2006 - Toulon in 2008 - and Marseilles in 2013). The 5 in the Bouches-du-Rhône area.
Three major themes will be developed around the central topic ‘The challenges for rosé in 2050’.
→ THEME 1: Climate change: what is the impact on vineyards and rosé wines? How can and should vineyards be adapted?
→ THEME 2: Sustainable wine growing: inputs and alternative solutions. Precision wine growing. Changes and innovations in winemaking.
→ THEME 3: Rosé wine consumption: how will it evolve in an era of climate change? How will it be drunk? What will expectations be? How will it develop internationally?
Rencontres Internationales du Rosé will be held on 22 January 2019 in Marseilles th Two types of speech around the three themes will be given during the symposium: from the most fundamental level with academic speakers in plenary morning sessions to the most operational level with afternoon workshop testimonials.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The CIVP and Rosé Wine Centre are therefore issuing a call for papers to select national and international speakers for the 2019 symposium. The papers will be the results of scientific research, innovation, studies and forward planning related to one of the three themes or on applied research.
All useful information is available in the attached documents