50 talks and round tables led by experts to address the challenges and issues of the vine, wine, fruit and olive sectors. But also to discover the latest trends and innovative solutions and discuss practical problems encountered today.
Organized by IFV in collaboration with the Montpellier Vine and Wine Sciences public research and higher education organizations (INRAE, UM, Institut Agro Montpellier) and professionals (SudVinBIO, CA), as well as the show's partners, these events attract an average of 2,000 attendees over three days. Some will be translated simultaneously into English.
Discover the main subject headings in 2023 and some of the first titles of talks or round tables.
- Eco-responsible innovative vineyard: combining productivity and biodiversity
- Changes in winegrowing practices: a stop to synthetic products and replacement of glyphosate
- Agroecological transition of wine estates: what legal tools?
Climate change adaptation and mitigation
- What levers to adapt the vineyard to water stress?
- What contributions can modelling bring to manage the water stress of vines in view of a given production target and amid climate change?
- Viticulture and salinisation in coastal areas
Equipment and new technology
- Technological innovation in crop protection and soil maintenance: state of play and outlook
- How can robotics improve the profitability and durability of my production?
- Barometer: State-of-play report on use of digital tech in the vine and winegrowing sector
- Practical application of labelling regulation - final stages
- Listening to consumers to adapt production: what cost-benefit analysis of data?
- How to pilot the oenology of the future
- Wine and health – Tasting sessions and prevention
- The potential of non-Sacc yeasts in winemaking: wine diversification on the backdrop of climate change.
- Biocontrol and biostimulants, what effects on the vine?
Sustainable management of vineyard soils
- Vineyard soils: managing organic matter.
- Cover crops in winegrowing; how to combine organic and biological benefits for the soil, without water competition.
- How to deploy resistant varieties in Occitania
- Participative workshop on varietal acceptability
- Organic winegrowing sector meeting: Changing practices in organic winegrowing and winemaking
- Latest breakthroughs in automated monitoring of vineyard biological agents