Yearly Archives: 2020

Articles published in OENO One in July 2020

6 articles were published in OENO One – vine and wine open access journal – in July 2020, click to read more: Influence of supplementing red wine with oak staves of various ellagitannin release potentials and different micro-oxygenation doses on wine colour and phenolic and volatile composition. María Navarro, Adela Mena, Thomas Giordanengo, Sergio Gómez-Alonso, Esteban García-Romero, Francesca […]

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Articles published in IVES Technical Reviews in July 2020

5 articles were published in IVES Technical Reviews – vine and wine in July 2020, click to read more: Recovery of olfactory capacity following a COVID-19 infection. Sophie Tempere, Gilles Sicard, Gilles de Revel The origin of olfactory disorders related to COVID-19. Sophie Tempere, Gilles Sicard, Gilles de Revel How can the water regime and nitrogen status of the vine […]

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OENO One new impact factor: 2.831

OENO One received a 2019 Clarivate impact factor* (IF) of 2.831.   Thank you for your support! “The foundation of the success story of OENO One is the broad community of 16 academic members, all among the leading universities and research institutes in vine and wine sciences and our trust worthy institutional and private partners.We owe a lot to our associate editors and reviewers, […]

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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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Articles published in IVES Technical Reviews in June 2020

4 articles were published in IVES Technical Reviews – vine and wine in June 2020, click to read more: Apex-Vigne: A mobile application to facilitate the monitoring of growth and estimate the water status of the viticulture plots. Léo Pichon, Guilhem Brunel, Jean-Christophe Payan, Bruno Tisseyre A few words on grapevine leaf water potential. Alain Deloire, Anne Pellegrino, Suzy Rogiers Smartphone: […]

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Articles published in OENO One in June 2020

5 articles were published in OENO One – vine and wine open access journal – in June 2020, click to read more: Acetaldehyde metabolism in industrial strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae inhibited by SO2 and cooling during alcoholic fermentation. Erhu Li, Ramón Mira de Orduña Heidinger Specific gene regulations of non-usual micronutrient starvations leading to cell death during wine fermentation. Camille Duc, […]

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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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Pinot blanc: how terroir and pressing techniques impact on the must composition and wine quality

This study investigates how different pressing techniques impact on the sensory profile of Pinot Blanc wines sourced from different terroirs. Two vineyards, both on east slopes, one at 550 meters elevation with a high quality potential and one at 250 meters with a medium quality potential were compared. Vineyards were chosen in collaboration with the […]

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How climate change can modify the flavor of red Merlot and Cabernet-Sauvignon

The main goal of this research was to identify key aroma compounds linked with the maturity of grapes (ripe and overripe) and involved in grapes and wines with an intense dried fruits aroma. Odoriferous zones reminiscent of these aromas were detected by gas chromatography coupled with olfactometry (GC-O). Three odoriferous zones were identified (OZ1, OZ2, […]

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Can the use of rootstocks enhance terroir?

Rootstocks are an essential l management tool for diverse viticultural challenges. However, studies that combine sensory evaluation and compositional analysis of berries and wine, to determine whether the use of a particular rootstock in a terroir can influence wine quality are sparse. The aim of this study was to determine the influence of different rootstocks […]

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