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  • The Future of Oenological Webinars
    Let's Create Together the Most Interesting Content for the Industry!
    We are excited to involve you in the process of creating our oenological content! Your feedback is essential to providing you with articles, webinars and trainings that are truly useful for you and...
    Published on: 01/31/2024
  • From Bordeaux to Milan, a shower of awards for Parsec
    The multi-award-winning company in the Vinitech Sifel Innovation Trophy and the Simei 2022 Lucio Mastroberardino Innovation Challenge
    The roads to sustainability and quality necessarily pass through process control, traceability, optimised use of data and reduced time and consumption. These are the outstanding features of Quadr@ ...
    Published on: 11/01/2022
  • Adapting wine grape production to climate change
    Study Finds Changing Trellis Systems Can Protect Wine Grapes, Preserve Quality
    Exposing wine grapes to sunlight was the key to making a good quality cabernet. But even the toughest grapes may not withstand the extreme heat that comes with climate change. Too much heat, like C...
    Published on: 10/12/2022
  • Flavescence Dorée Vine Disease Genome Decoded for the First Time
    Agroscope - Swiss centre of excellence for agricultural research
    Agroscope researchers have succeeded in cracking the genome of a quarantine grapevine disease, flavescence dorée, which had proven virtually impossible to combat to date. The decoding will enable u...
    Published on: 09/20/2022
  • The role of organic nutrition in the fermentation of high alcohol wines
    Dr. Gianpaolo Benevento, AB Biotek
    The full potential impact of climate change on the wine industry is yet to be comprehensively understood however research has already been undertaken to investigate what winemakers can do to mitigate
    Published on: 09/06/2022
  • Italy will be strongly negotiating at the upcoming WBWE
    Italian producers will be once again in the limelight at the WBWE 2022
    In a highly volatile year, wineries trust the international event for the wine business in order to ensure the best commercial outcomes for their wines
    Published on: 09/02/2022
  • Top 5 vineyards near Paris
    Paris is the center of tourist attraction in France. Indeed, between monuments, museums and art galleries, there are many things to visit. However, did you know that close to this city are the grea...
    Published on: 08/29/2022
  • Understanding how the fungi responsible for grapevine trunk diseases work
    Grapevine trunk diseases, or GTD, represent one of the major problems faced by viticulturists worldwide, as they are responsible for economic damages exceeding 1.5 billion dollars annually. It has ...
    Published on: 08/10/2022
  • 2022 OIV Awards
    The rewarding of the international Jury
    In July 2022, the Members of the Jury, who are eminent personalities in the vitivinicultural world and represent the OIV Member States, granted 15 Awards and 9 Special Mentions. Authors and contrib...
    Published on: 08/03/2022
  • The rapid increase in the use of CIELab analysis for the determination of wine color
    From research to the cellar: collection of scientific articles presenting applications where CIELab analysis is crucial
    Have you ever wondered how the use of color analysis, and in particular of the CIELab method (OIV reference method for this analysis), can support winemaking practices? And in how many and which ap...
    Published on: 08/02/2022
  • The unique aroma of Müller Thurgau: "varietal thiols" are responsible
    The star research at the 35th International Müller Thurgau Review
    FEM-coordinated research published in the journal Food Research International featured at the 35th Cembra International Müller Thurgau Conference
    Published on: 07/13/2022
  • The mouthfeel of red wines and the molecules responsible for it
    The compounds and/or chemical factors responsible for the main tactile sensations of wine, such as astringency in general, dryness or adherence, were the focus of the research carried out by Sara F...
    Published on: 07/05/2022
  • The Salvibio project at Conavi 2022 with a study on the minor grape variety Santa Maria
    Effects of pre-flowering defoliation on the composition and dehydration dynamics of grapes intended for wine production
    From 13th to 15th May 2022, the IX National Viticulture Conference (CONAVI), organised by the Viticulture Working Group within the Society of Horticulture, was held at the former monastery of San F...
    Published on: 06/17/2022
  • Young Videomakers tell the story of wine in Val d'Arda
    Lugagnano / Vernasca, 27 May 2022
    With the screening of the 8 videos produced by the students of the Lugagnano and Vernasca middle schools and the award ceremony for those that turned out to be the best in terms of content, techniq...
    Published on: 06/08/2022
  • The French Oenologists Union adds a new territory to better serve its affiliates working abroad “Outside of Metropolitan France”
    Since the creation of the French National Diploma of Enologist (DNO) in March of 1955, generations of enologists trained in France have traveled the world: creating new wineries or vineyards, parti...
    Published on: 05/23/2022
  • MOVING’s wine value chains at the CERVIM Congress
    Discussion on how mountain wine value chains can impact environment and communities
    The 7th CERVIM International Congress of Mountain and Steep Slopes Viticulture, held from 12 to 14 May in Vila Real (Portugal), was a very special opportunity to share the needs of the MOVING project
    Published on: 05/20/2022
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