IVES annual meeting 2024

The 8th annual meeting of IVES was held in California, USA from 26 February to 1 March.

    The annual meeting was 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 – Visit of the California Polytechnic State University

    DAY 2 – General assembly & Editorial board meetings at the California State University, Fresno.

    Day 3 – Visit of the E. & J. Gallo Livingston Winery and the UC Davis research facilities

    Day 4 – IVES Science meeting at the Culinary Institute of America at Copia, Napa and visit at Opus One

    On February 29, 2024, the IVES science meeting occurred at the Culinary Institute of America at Copia, Napa (Ecolab Theater and Atrium). During the whole day, 7 researchers shared their work on viticulture and enology with the attendees. Thank you to Luca Brillante, Silvina Dayer, German Puga, Pierre Moulis, Stéphane La Guerche, Silvia Motta and Mariona H Gil i Cortiella for their presentations!

    Day 5 – Visit of the Joseph Phelps Vineyards


    The recordings of the IVES science meeting, held on February 29 at the Culinary Institute of America, will be available in the following weeks (to our members and partners only). These recordings will be freely accessible next year. For further information, please contact Claire Guyot ().

    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 variety concentration
    By German Puga, Wine Economics Research Centre, School of Economics and Public Policy, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia.

    SESSION 2 | ENOLOGY - chaired by Pierre-Louis Teissedre

    OENO One young scientist award ceremony | Which microorganisms contribute to mousy off-flavour in our wines?
    By Pierre Moulis, Université de Bordeaux, INRAE, Bordeaux INP, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, Hochschule Geisenheim University, France.

    – 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.


    UTAD & Sogrape – Portugal

    Château Brane Cantenac – France

    Remote meeting