The International Viticulture and Enology Society (IVES) is an academic association dedicated to viticulture and enology. Founded in 2017 by a group of leading universities and research institutes, it aims to make the results of scientific research in this field freely available for researchers and professionals. It already gathers 13 institutional members.
IVES publishes OENO One, a vine and wine online open access peer-reviewed journal launched in 2016 and IVES Technical Reviews – Vine and Wine (since 2019). The objective is to create a new journal within the next two years: IVES Conference Series – Viticulture and Enology.

IVES has a director of publication, two permanent staff members, six editors-in-chief and over 150 editorial board members.

Values

IVES is a non-profit organization managed by its institutional members. These members believe that the results of scientific research should be freely available to researchers (public and private sectors) and the general public. To make this possible, IVES publishes its journals on free online publishing platforms independent from private publishers and is supported by 21 major actors from many important wine-producing countries.

IVES journals are editorially independent of its private partners.

Governance

The IVES association’s board of directors is composed of 11 researchers, elected by the general assembly among representatives of the universities and research institutes involved in the project: https://ives-openscience.eu/index.php/governance/.

Staff

Claire Guyot, editorial manager and communication manager of the OENO One journal. Piloting the set-up of IVES Conference Series.
Marylène Perreaud, editorial manager and communication manager of the OENO One journal. Administrative manager of the International Viticulture and Enology Society – IVES.
Julien Dumercq, editorial manager of IVES Technical Reviews. Communication and partnerships manager of the International Viticulture and Enology Society – IVES.
Jean-Philippe Roby, director of publication.