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Announcing the publication of ENOFORUM Web Conference abstracts on IVES

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Announcing the publication of ENOFORUM Web Conference abstracts on IVES and are pleased to announce that the abstracts from ENOFORUM Web Conference 2021 are available on the IVES Conference Series.

ENOFORUM is the largest technical-scientific congress in Europe for the wine sector. It is the only conference that brings together producers, technicians, oenologists and agronomists, researchers and technology suppliers, stimulating the birth and development of innovation in the wine sector. Since 2000, the Conference has taken place every two years in Italy, Spain and Portugal. In 2021, three events are held online: Enoforum Web Conference (from 23 to 25 February), Enoforum USA (from 4 to 5 May) and Enoforum Italy (from 18 to 20 May).

The program of the congress Enoforum Web Conference was based on 45 cutting-edge research works which were identified by the international Scientific Committee, composed of 86 scientists from 17 countries, which ranked more than 100 abstracts from 13 countries on the basis of their relevance for modern and innovative wine production.

The International Viticulture and Enology Society (IVES) is an academic association dedicated to viticulture and enology. Founded in 2017 by a group of leading universities and research institutes, it aims to make the results of scientific research in this field freely available for researchers and professionals. IVES is a non-profit organization managed by its institutional members, and their journals are editorially independent of their private partners.

IVES publishes IVES Conference Series – Viticulture and Enology to collate proceedings from international conferences in viticulture and enology. This open access reference portal is accessible online for researchers, PhD students, Master students, etc.  

ENOFORUM is proud to be a partner of IVES Conference series and the abstracts from ENOFORUM Web Conference 2021 are available now on the site at

Published on 04/27/2021
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