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Become a high visibility partner!

You can become a high visibility partner for 10,000€/year and contribute by participating in the translation fees of papers published in IVES Technical Reviews (our technical journal published in 6 languages). We would like to thank Moët Hennessy, our first high visibility partner, who offered the translation of articles, published in 2020, into English. You can […]

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IVES Science meeting 2021

The next IVES science meeting should be held from 3 to 4 February 2021 in Bordeaux (Institut des sciences de la vigne et du vin and Château Brane Cantenac). We hope to be able to meet many of you in 2021 in person! We will come back to you very soon with more information regarding the organisation. Above, a souvenir of 2020! […]

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IVES welcomes five new members and partners!

We are very proud to welcome two new academic members: the UBC Wine Research Centre and the École d’Ingénieurs de PURPAN, three new private and institutional partners Château Montrose , the Merano Wine Science and Innovation Festival and the Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac! You can find the list of all our members and partners here: […]

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Replay of the Wine Vision 2040 event

A webinar organised by the UBC Wine Research Centre, on June 25th 2020. About Wine Vision 2040 Wine Vision 2040 is delivered by wine-passionate, high-profile individuals keen to share ideas and views that will spark conversations within wine communities.  No preconceived ideas, no certainties, no objectives.  Wine Vision 2040 is a conversation where thoughts, reflections, […]

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Postponed international vine and wine events

Many major international events for the vine and wine research and industry worldwide are postponed due to the current health crisis. ‣ The 11th International Symposium on Grapevine Physiology and Biotechnology should take place in October 2021. More information ‣ The 13th International Terroir Congress will be held from Sunday 15th November to Friday 20th of November 2020, as […]

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VitiSynth: an international vine and wine open access database

VitiSynth is an international open access database of wine and table grape industry knowledge (enology, viticulture, wine business, wine marketing, wine sensory, wine & health etc.). “My personal goal is to build a lasting knowledge base for use by vineyard managers, oenologists, viticulturists, researchers, students and enthusiasts and a forum for discussion of very specific topics. […]

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IVES-OENO One Science Meeting 2020

The International Viticulture and Enology Society (IVES) organized its yearly Science Meeting on the 5th and 6th of February 2020. The first day of the meeting, at ISVV (Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin, Villenave d’Ornon, France) was dedicated to the General Assembly of the IVES association and to the editorial board […]

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IVES Technical Reviews is online!

We are delighted to announce that IVES Technical Reviews is online since the 15th of October. You can access its publishing platform via https://ives-technicalreviews.eu/. 11 technical articles are already available in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish and everyone can access, read and download them freely. Published by the International Viticulture and Enology Society […]

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Distinguished visitors for IVES

We had the pleasure to welcome “Ms Pam Dunsford (retired Chief Winemaker, Chapel Hill Wines), Bill Hardy (Hardy’s Brand Ambassador, Accolade Wines, Australia) and Geoff Hardy (Vigneron, K1 Wines and Wines by Geoff Hardy, Australia) at the Institute of vine and wine science (ISVV, one of our historical institutional members in Bordeaux) on the 5th of […]

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