Vivelys partecipa a numerosi convegni e pubblica regolarmente aggiornamenti non solo in materia di viticoltura, enologia, microbiologia, strategia di produzione, ma anche rispetto ai mercati.
Le pubblicazioni si basano sui progetti di ricerca condotti annualmente sin dalla nascita di Vivelys.
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Nicolas Bernard, Vineyard Solutions Manager at Vivelys, will share more than 10 years' experience in developingt these key issues and accompanying clients.
Nicolas Bernard talks about management of irrigation and its organoleptic impact on wines. This conference is aimed at students in agricultural engineering programs, and the Viti Oneo and DNO master's programs, and will be held at ISVV in Bordeaux at 6 pm (Villenave d'Ornon).
The 2016 vintage reflects the extent to which climatic variability can affect wine production and requires oenologists to be ever more precise in controlling the impact of vintage conditions on ripening. The combination of new scientific knowledge with data directly from the vineyard offers new perspectives. It is now possible to better reveal the nature of the links between the plant and the composition of the fruit according to the environment.
By decreasing the risk of oxidation early, whilst having a positive impact on wine profiles, Controlled Oxygenation of Must (O2CM) is an efficient process for improving each fraction of the juice. In parallel with mastery of extraction processes, O2CM must be rationalized at the scale of a production strategy, allowing it to then be included in an approach to minimize enological input, such as vinification without sulfites.
For its 6th edition, the Conférence du Millési+F6:G6me, organized by Fruition Sciences, will be held at the Cité du Vin in Bordeaux for the first time. The 2016 vintage is characterized by a cool and very wet early season, followed by a hot, dry late summer; these conditions have raised many questions within the profession. Work upstream of the vineyard, the technological and phenolic qualities of berries, and harvest dates are all issues that will be covered during the conference.