IVES annual meeting 2024

The 8th annual meeting of IVES will take place in California, USA from 26 February to 1 March. 

    The annual meeting will be divided into different highlights: 

    • Key figures of OENO One, IVES Technical Reviews and IVES Conference Series and editorial board meetings.
    • General assembly of IVES.
    • Science meeting with cutting-edge presentations focused on technical topics of interest to professionals, specially designed for our private and institutional partners.
    • Visits of universities, technical visits, visits of wineries and wine tastings.


    DAY 1 | 26 February: Visit of the California Polytechnic State University (*optional).

    California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

    DAY 2 | 27 February: Editorial board meetings and general assembly.

    California State University, Fresno.

    DAY 3 | 28 February: Central valley – Technical visits and visit of
    the UC Davis University, Davis.

    Location: Central Valley (more information coming soon)

    DAY 4 | 29 February: IVES Science meeting.

    Culinary Institute of America, Napa.

    Session 0
    SESSION 1 | VITICULTURE - chaired by Cornelis van Leeuwen

    – Illuminating vineyard management: Elevating operational efficiency through advanced sensing and data analytics.
    By Luca Brillante, California State University, Fresno, USA.

    – Leveraging the grapevine drought response to increase vineyard sustainability.
    By Silvina Dayer, PhD in Agronomy, Les Sanctuaires du Mirazur-Groupe Mauro Colagreco, Menton, France.

    – A climatic classification of the world’s wine regions and winegrape varietal concentration.
    By Kym Anderson, Professor Emeritus, Wine Economics Research Centre, School of Economics and Public Policy, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia.

    SESSION 2 | ENOLOGY - chaired by Pierre-Louis Teissedre

    – Wine labelling with the list of ingredients: context, consumer’s perception and future challenges.
    By Stéphane La Guerche, General Manager, Œnoppia, Paris, France.

    – Effect of SO2, glutathione and tannins on Cortese white wine oxidative evolution after different oxygen intakes.
    By Silvia Motta, Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l’analisi dell’economia agraria – Centro di Ricerca Viticoltura ed Enologia, Asti, Italy.

    Impact of type of winemaking vessel on the chemical composition and sensory attributes of Sauvignon blanc wines.
    By Mariona H Gil i Cortiella, Universidad Autónoma de Chile, Santiago de Chile, Chile.

    The day will end with a tasting of IVES partners’ wines.

    DAY 5 | 1 March: Napa Valley – Visits of wineries and wine tastings (*optional).

    Location: Napa Valley (more information coming soon).


    The meeting is organised for our members, partners and editorial board members only.

    To know more about registration possibilities, do not hesitate to contact Julien Dumercq.


    Financial support (or event sponsorships) for this meeting has been provided by the following IVES California partners:
    E&J Gallo, Silverado Farming, Opus One.


    . Participants (except speakers) are autonomous in booking their hotels. (list of hotels to come)

    . IVES will provide bus transfers to the various events (booking required).

    . Participants are autonomous in arranging their own transfers to and from the airport.

    – MEALS –

    Most meals will be offered by IVES, thanks to the sponsors.


    We are glad to announce that for the 2024 Annual Meeting IVES contributes exceptionally up to a maximum of 400 € for travel and accommodation expenses for the members of the editorial boards of the journals. The original receipts are required for the reimbursement. For the speakers, all expenses are covered.


    UTAD & Sogrape – Portugal

    Château Brane Cantenac – France

    Remote meeting