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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018


Dear Colleagues,

Terroir and climate are major drivers of wine quality. In addition, climate can be an important component of terroir. Terroir is a complex concept and climate change is currently challenging our understanding its relationship with wine quality and marketing.

Every two years since 1996, the International Terroir congress has brought together scientists from all over the world working on viticultural terroirs, studying the physical, biological and human components, and their links with wine quality. ClimWine was organized for the first time in 2016 with its main focus on climate change impacts and adaptation strategies, covering topics from climate prediction to socio-economic considerations.

In that context, we are happy to announce that the 14th International Terroir congress and the 2nd ClimWine symposium will be organized jointly in Bordeaux from the 3 to 8 July 2022. It will represent a unique opportunity for scientists working on these topics to meet physically (we hope), present and discuss about their latest results, discover Bordeaux terroirs, meet members of the industry, taste famous wines (and food), and last but not least, enjoy friendly moments with colleagues. The staff of the Ecophysiology and Functional Genomics of Grapevine laboratory, from the Institute of Vine & Wine Science of Bordeaux, will be delighted to welcome you for a great scientific and social program.

The conferences will take place at the "Agora du Haut Carré" in Talence, a neighbouring city of Bordeaux, and can be reached in less than 25 min by public transport from Bordeaux downtown.

For this congress, we have established a partnership with the International Viticulture and Enology Society (IVES), with the proceedings published through the IVES Conference Series and a selection of articles published in a special issue of OENO One.

So, we are looking forward to your abstract and to welcome you in Bordeaux in July 2022.

The conveners,
Nathalie Ollat, Jean-Philippe Roby and Kees van Leeuwen

What's new ?

June 15Instructions and templates for oral presentation are available here
Online registration process is now closed.


Instructions and templates for poster presentation are available here
The provisional scientific program is available online.
May. 4Authors who have been selected for an oral or flash presentation are invited to submit their extended abstract via the website or by mail until April 30 May 15.
An extended abstract template can be downloaded here.

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  • Date
    July 3-8, 2022

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  • Place
    Espace Agora - Domaine du Haut-Carré - Talence
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    From 15 November 2021 to 2 June 2022
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Invited speakers

Rob Bramley

Senior Principal Research Scientist

CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Adelaide, Australia

João Carlos A. Santos


Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal

Hans R. Schultz

Professor of viticulture

University of Geisenheim, Germany

Gonzaga Santesteban

Professor of viticulture

Universidad Pública de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain

Antonello Bonfante

Senior researcher in hydropedology

CNR - Institute for Mediterranean Agricultural and Forestry Systems, Portici, Italy

Kaan Kurtural

Specialist in Cooperative Extension in Viticulture

Oakville Experiment Station, University of California Davis, USA

Cornelis van Leeuwen

Professor of viticulture

EGFV, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, France

Marion Demossier

Professor of French and Social Anthropology

University of Southampton, U.K.

Isabelle Masneuf Pomarede

Professor in enology

ISVV, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, France

Stefanos Koundouras

Professor of viticulture

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece

Eric Duchêne

Senior researcher in grapevine breeding and genetics

SVQV, INRAE Colmar, France

Nathalie Ollat

Senior Researcher in grapevine ecophysiology and genetics

EGFV, INRAE Bordeaux, France