The network was born in 2010 from a desire to develop and extend the oenology and viticulture field with academics, research centres and industrial partners to the international level (55 partners all around the world).
It is coordinated by the University of Bordeaux - Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin (France), and is the first and unique international network in oenology and viticulture.Read More
Every year, the Network gathers around two main events: The OENOVITI International Symposium and the General Assembly.
The OENOVITI International Symposium focuses on a different thematic every year, agreed by the members during the previous General Assembly.
Kyoto University signed the Oenoviti Agreement in November 2017. They are actively engaged in several research topics related to wine business, and have made significant contribution to the foundation of viticulture in Japan.More information
Feuga joined Oenoviti in May 2017. They specialize in the transfer of of knowledge, innovation and technology from the University System of Galicia to the business world and society in general.More information
Agroscope joined Oenoviti International in April 2017. Their key tasks include Research and Development for the agri-food sector, policy advice for government agencies and enforcement tasks in accordance with statutory provisions.More information
L’institut national polytechnique de Toulouse joined the OENOVITI International Network in February 2018. Its 6 engineering schools offer training in various fields such as electronics, computer science, chemistry or agronomy. ENSAT, one of the schools, trains for the National Diploma of Oenology.More information