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20/01/23
According to a doctoral thesis defended at the University of La Rioja, organic viticulture and specific soil management practices alternative to conventional tillage favor the presence and activity of native entomopathogenic nematodes (EPNs) in the vineyard, enhancing the...
19/12/22
Ministry of Science and Innovation: KNOWLEDGE GENERATION PROJECTS Responsible scientists: Mª Pilar Sáenz Navajas and Purificación Fernández Zurbano, One of the most relevant challenges of the Spanish wine industry is the need to increase consumer appreciation for higher...
19/12/22
Researchers of P2ML and GESVIN Groups from the UR and ICVV, participate in the PAWER-WINE Project. This project corresponds to the 2022 call for the Public “Proof of Concept” Projects, belonging to the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2021-2023...
16/12/22
In the last Call 2022 - "Proof of Concept Projects", financed by the Ministry of Science and Innovation (NextGenerationEU, Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan), a coordinated project has been financed between the Institute of Vine and Wine Sciences- ICVV (IP: M Jose...
16/12/22
On November 10, 2022, the VII Conference of the “Cátedra AgroBank” was held at the ICVV with a great success of attendance. The conference addressed the economic and social sustainability of the wine sector from different perspectives, addressing the importance of this...
15/12/22
The main aim of the present research is to evaluate the chemical, antioxidant, colour, and sensory properties of seventeen selected oenological tannins (OETs), and to compare their effects in a red wine. OETs are winemaking processing aids used to facilitate stabilization and...
15/12/22
Researchers from the Oenology Groups of the Instituto Tecnológico Agrario of the Junta de Castilla y León (ITACyL) and Enol-UR of the UR and ICVV participate in the coordinated project GREEN-PSEXTRACT, whose main coordinator is Dr. Silvia Pérez-Magariño of ITACyL. This...
14/12/22
GESVIN research group, from ICVV, has recently published a scientific paper about the characterization of the phenolic composition from wines made by carbonic maceration. This work aimed to gather information about the color-related characteristics and the monomeric phenolic...
13/12/22
In the context of climate change, water management is crucial for controlling the reproductive growth and quality of grapes. In this study, we aimed to determine the effects of different water regimes on the yield components and chemical composition of grape Vitis vinifera...
13/12/22
In a recent work, the Microwine group has shown that the most important lactic bacteria in winemaking, Oenococcus oeni, produces extracellular vesicles (EVs). They have also analysed their protein content. This information is relevant, because the production of extracellular...
13/12/22
The ICVV has participated in the comparative study of the fungal microbiome of berries of different vinifera varieties, which has included five varieties and four countries. Although there is a common basis in the microbiome of all varieties and locations, it has been...
13/12/22
An international research consortium led by Kiran R. Patil and Paula Jouhten has developed a new method for the experimental evolution of yeasts that allows for the rational improvement of the characteristics of yeasts for oenological use. The main idea of the work stems...
12/12/22
Mouth tactile sensations are the sensory factors that most influence the evaluation of the quality and structure of Spanish ultra-premium red wines. In the same way, the structure of the wine exerts a partial and complementary mediation effect between the tactile sensations...
12/12/22
Soil is a non-renewable resource of high socioeconomic value that harbors an infinite number of organisms (biodiversity) responsible for essential ecological functions (multifunctionality) that imply ecosystem services relevant to society. The preservation of soil quality is...

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