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Status report of project Innovine

After 4 years of work, Innovine project ended in November 2016. How can The Innovine Project help vineyard growers throughout the EU develop better quality vines in a world where climate change is a key challenge? The Innovine Project has enlightened two major subjects on which researchers, extension services, technical advisors and service providers will have to focus their future work to better assist grower’s decisions towards a more sustainable viticulture. The first one is diversification of the varieties planted and the second is the delivery of an integrated set of user-driven services, which will assist grower’s decisions along the season.These future developments will hopefully be stimulated and supported by the important efforts if dissemination towards producers, growers, advisors and policy makers of the partners. Access to the article



Beside lab experiments, field trials are major issues


One of the tasks developed in the WP4 aims at testing viticultural practices to mitigate the negative effect of climate change on berry quality. With this objective, the grape composition and quality of 32 Tempranillo clones...

Identifying novel sources for mildews, black rot and phylloxera resistance


A few years ago, a resistance against powdery mildew designated as Ren1 was suprisingly identified in the V. vinifera cultivar 'Kishmish vatkana' giving hope to find further resistances. In WP3, 671 and 355 accessions from the...

The impact of environmental changes on berry phenolics summarized in a review article


Since the beginning of the project in January 2013, an extensive review of bibliography has been achieved by the partners involved in WP1. Impacts of environmental changes such as heat, drought and light/UV intensity on berry...

Identification of a protein regulating water transport in Grapevine


Aquaporins are proteins that form pores in the membrane of biological cells. During the first months of the project, researches conducted in the WP1 have allowed to identify VvSIP1 as a aquaporin regulating water transport in...

81 downy mildew strains collected in 2013


The aim of WP2 is to design optimized practices to reduce the use of pesticides in vineyards. One part of the researches conducted in this WP is dedicated to studying the efficiency and durability of grape resistance to ...

First successful tests for SmartGrappe


Developed by IRSTEA the SmartGrappe is a device consisting of a box on which is placed a Smartphone. While ensuring a good opacity to ambient light, it can be run at a constant distance between the camera and...

Training school for phenotyping for Vitis resistance to fungal diseases diagnosis of virus and phytoplasms


A training school for phenotyping resistance to fungal disease (downy and powdery midews) and diagnosing virus and phytoplasm was organized by 3 partners of the project (INRA, JKI and the Università delli Studi di Milano) within...

InnoVine was launched successfully !


The project was formally launched on the 12th of February 2013 during a 2-day Kick Off Meeting which took place at INRA Versailles-Grignon, 25 km east of Paris.

Official start of the Project


We are pleased to announce you the official start of the project. INNOVINE will last for 48 months and will involve more than 100 grape and wine researchers, 27 partners from 7 European countries.

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