Vivelys is renowned for its innovative approach, and will present its latest solution at Unified Wine & Grape Symposium. This innovation should soon be adopted as a reference and become part of the visionary approach developed in the last few years.
The Oeneo Group appoints Karine Herrewyn as Managing Director of its subsidiary Vivelys, which specialises in advising and developing innovative technological solutions to optimise winemaking, as of September 1st, 2017.
Oeneo group has announced a new change to its operational management on the recommendation of Group Chief Executive Officer, Nicolas Hériard Dubreuil. This latest move to strengthen Oeneo's executive team will cement the group's continued dynamic expansion and internal growth, as well as the optimization of its financial performance.
The first snip of the grapepickers’ secateurs and the whirr of the mechanical harvester are scheduled for the middle or end of next week for white grapes. Red grapes will need another two weeks. Winemakers use tools to help them identify the ideal harvesting time. In particular, they use the Dyostem which measures technical parameters (such as sugar content, acidity, pH etc.), as well as the aromatic potential of the berries. “This allows us to choose exactly the right time to start harvesting, in relation to the product that we are trying to create. It varies from one week to another,” adds Damien Le Grelle.
At the end of last May, Vivelys and Fermentis attended the 11th edition of Enoforum, in Zaragoza, Spain. An opportunity for both partners to present their latest results on the effect of fermentation conditions on the analytical parameters of white wines, and their aromatic and sensory properties.
What do American consumers prefer and how can these preferences be translated into wine making itineraries? This is the study carried out by Vivelys through its sensory analysis area. Various wines from the American market were tasted and analysed. Sensory profiles have been established, linked to their place in the market segmentation (basic, premium...)
During the Vinisud trade show, which has just closed its doors, French wine acteurs had their eyes shining when they spoke of the American market as a world in which everything is possible...
...According to a study done by Vivelys, premium wines generate most of the dynamism of American consumption with double-digit growth.
Winegrowers, restaurateurs, wine merchants or entrepreneurs, all those who advance the cause and the culture of wine were gathered in the magnificent salons of the City Hall of the 5th arrondissement of Paris.
Vivelys introduced their new Inspiration Stave product line featuring two distinct profiles: vanilla and smoke/toasted. The Inspiration staves are made from 100% new French oak, and like their Boisé oak chips are created through a rigorous scientifically controlled process that includes sorting the oak based on analytical findings and precise heat processing to achieve a consistent and reliable product.