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25/09/23
It is evident that the presence or absence of anthocyanins, the pigments that give red color to the grape skins, determine the color of the wine that can be produced. However, has this change of color additional effects? In a recent study, in collaboration with other...
08/09/23
The grape cluster moth, Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), is a key pest of grapes with a wide distribution in vineyards in Europe and America. Its impact is expected to become more exacerbated in the coming years due to the global increase in temperatures....
28/07/23
As a continuation of its research line on reducing the alcohol content of wines, taking advantage of the ability of yeasts to respire part of the sugars in the juice, the MicroWine group of the ICVV proposes new fermentation conditions and new combinations of yeast strains....
23/06/23
The Conference of the IOBC/WPRS Working Group “Integrated Protection in Viticulture” will take place at Logroño, Spain, on 3-5 October 2023. This international conference aims to bring together scientists, researchers, students and consultants working on biological control...
23/06/23
Researchers from CIC bioGUNE,  Instituto Biofisika, NIH (National Institutes of Health, EEUU), BSC (Barcelona Supercomputing Center) and ICVV (Instituto de Ciencias de la Vid y del Vino) find that proteins that need to be recycled coordinate their own "selective...
21/06/23
With the success of the first conference, The Institute of Grapevine and Wine Sciences, (Instituto de Ciencias de la Vid y el Vino, ICVV) is proud to celebrate the second edition of the II International Conference of Grapevine and Wine Sciences, that will be held in Rioja...
21/06/23
Dr. José Ramón Úrbez Torres will visit the ICVV from June the 15th to October the 30th to undergo a work transfer in collaboration with Dr. David Gramaje. This work transfer is co-founded by the OECD Collaborative Research Program (OECD-CRP) and Agriculture and Agri-Food...
18/05/23
The fungus Botrytis cinerea (Helotiales: Sclerotiniaceae) is a plant pathogen that primarily attacks mature plant tissues, inducing rotting of plant tissues and causing significant losses in fruit and vegetable production worldwide. Controlling Botrytis is expensive, and...
03/05/23
Xylem anatomy may change in response to environmental or biotic stresses. Vascular occlusion, an anatomical modification of mature xylem, contributes to plant resistance and susceptibility to different stresses. In woody organs, xylem occlusions have been examined as part of...
04/04/23
On March 30, Concha Andreu, President of the Government of La Rioja, Juan Carlos Ayala, Rector of the University of La Rioja (UR) and Eloísa del Pino, President of the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), signed the new agreement of the Institute of Vine and Wine...
04/04/23
The Laboratory for Flavour and Enology (LAAE-Rioja) of the Oenology department of the ICVV has developed and implemented a new sensory quality control method adapted to DOCa Rioja wines. This new milestone was achieved thanks to a technological support contract between the...
27/03/23
The grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), is a pest that causes significant economic losses in vineyards worldwide, and its impact is expected to increase in the coming years as a result of global temperature rise. The IN-vid research group is working on...
01/03/23
GESVIN research group has recently published a paper on the characterization of the phenolic composition of wines obtained by the traditional method of carbonic maceration. The objective of the work was to generate new insights about the phenolic composition and the color of...
01/03/23
The MicroWine group from ICVV found indications that extracellular vesicles contribute to communication between different wine yeast species. There is a growing trend for introducing non-Saccharomyces species as additional starters, in combination with Saccharomyces...

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