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1  OIV 2011 Intergovernmental organisation created by the Agreement of 3 April 2001 International Organisation of Vine and Wine Federico Castellucci Director

2  OIV 2011 The transition International Vine and Wine Office International Organisation of Vine and Wine created by the International Agreement of 29 November 1924 created by the International Agreement of 3 April 2001

3  OIV 2011 OIV membership * * Observer Austria Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Rep. Finland France FYR Macedonia Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Luxemburg Malta Moldavia Montenegro Netherlands Norway Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland India Yantai (China)* Israel Lebanon Turkey Algeria Morocco South Africa Australia New Zealand Peru Uruguay Argentina Brazil Chile 5 continents 45 countries 70% of the world’s wine production

4  OIV 2011 Observers Yantai Municipality, China International University Association of Wine (AUIV) Amorim Academy International Federation of Wines and Spirits (FIVS) International Union of Oenologists (UIOE) International Wine Law Association (AIDV) Assembly of European Viticulture Regions (AREV) Oenological Products and Practices International Association (OENOPPIA) World Federation of Wine Competitions Viticulture de montagne (CERVIM)

5  OIV 2011 Inter-governmental Organisations Cooperation International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) World Health Organisation (WHO) Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) International Organisation of Legal Metrology (OIML) World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) European Commission (EC) CODEX ALIMENTARIUS International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM) World Trade Organisation (WTO)

6  OIV January 2004 Entry into force 17 March Inaugural General Assembly March Transfer of the scientific and technical heritage of the International Vine and Wine Office (AG 3/2004) October Adoption of a triennial strategic plan March Adoption of the new scientific structures October Adoption of a triennial strategic plan

7  OIV 2011 Objectives - OIV a) to inform its members of measures whereby the concerns of producers, consumers and other players in the vine and wine products sector may be taken into consideration; b) to assist other international organisations, both intergovernmental and non-governmental, especially those which carry out standardisation activities; c) to contribute to international harmonisation of existing practices and standards and, as necessary, to the preparation of new international standards in order to improve the conditions for producing and marketing vine and wine products, and to help ensure that the interests of consumers are taken into account.

8  OIV 2011 Activities - OIV HARMONISATION, STANDARDISATION, MUTUAL RECOGNITION COLLABORATION, COOPERATION AND INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION RESEARCH AND SCIENTIFIC MONITORING VITICULTURE PRODUCTION AND PLANT VARIETIES OENOLOGICAL PRACTICES AND METHODS OF ANALYSIS MARKETING AND CONSUMER INFORMATION PROTECTION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS CONSUMER HEALTH AND FOOD SAFETY HERITAGE, CULTURE, HISTORY AND ENVIRONMENT TRAINING AND COMMUNICATION

9  OIV 2011 Structures - OIV GENERAL ASSEMBLY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE EXPERTS GROUPS COMMISSIONS & SUB-COMMISSIONS STEERING COMMITTEE OFFICE OF DIRECTOR GENERAL

10  OIV 2011 Commission I « Viticulture » President: Michele Borgo (Italy) Vice-Pdt: François Murisier (Switzerland) Scientific secretary: Alberto García de Luján (Spain) SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE President: Yves Bénard (France) Vice-Pdt : Michele Borgo (Italy) Secretary: Federico Castellucci (Director General of the OIV) Sub-Commission « Table grapes, raisins and unfermented vine products » President: Luís Peres de Sousa (Portugal) Vice-Pdt: Donato Antonacci (Italy) Scientific secretary: Ahmet Altindişli (Turkey) Sub-Commission « Methods of analysis » President: Ana-Isabel Blanch (Spain) Vice-Pdt: Pekka Lehtonen (Finland) Scientific secretary: Paulo Barros (Portugal) Commission II « Oenology » President: Monika Christmann (Germany) Vice-Pdt : Santiago Mínguez Sanz (Spain) Scientific secretary: Dominique Tusseau (France) Commission IV « Safety and Health » President: Mladen Boban (Croatia) Vice-Pdt: Patrizia Restani (Italy) Scientific secretary: Pierre-Louis Teissedre (France) Commission III « Economy and Law » President: John Barker (New Zealand) Vice-Pdt: Jean-Luc Dairien (France) Scientific secretary: Wolfgang Haupt (Germany) Food Safety President: Creina Stockley (Australia) Vice-president: Birgit Dusemund (Germany) Secretary: Patrizia Restani (Italy) Consumption, nutrition and health President: Susana Buxaderas (Spain) Vice-president: Philippe Gambert (France) Training President: Hervé Hannin (France) Vice-president: Armando Tonioni (Argentina) Markets and consumption President: Eugenio Pomarici (Italy) Vice-president: João Carvalho Ghira (Portugal) Economic and situational analysis President: Patrick Aigrain (France) Vice-president: Peter Botos (Hungary) Secretary: Marcello Agosta (Italy) Law and consumer information President: Wolfgang Haupt (Germany) Vice-president: Veronique Fouks (France) Genetic resources and vine selection President: Jean-Michel Boursiquot (France) Vice-president: Angelo Costacurta (Italy) Secretary: Erika Maul (Germany) Vine Protection President: Jan Booysen (South Africa) Vice-president: Olivier Viret (Switzerland) Secretary: Alejandro Marianetti (Argentina) Management and innovation of viticultural Technics President: Ben Ami Bravdo (Israel) Vice-president: Vittorino Novello (Italy) Secretary: Alain Carbonneau (France) Viticultural environment and climate change President: Vicente Sotés (Spain) Vice-president: Christian Asselin (France) Secretary: Hans Schultz (Germany) Technology President: Vice-president: William D Hardy (Australia) Microbiology President: Patrizia Romano (Italy) Vice-president: Manfred Grossmann (Germany) Specifications of oenological products President: Valeriu Cotea (Romania) Vice-president: Jean-Claude Villettaz (Switzerland) Secrétaire: Alain Bertrand (France) Special CST project for gathering information ORGANISATION CHART FOR THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION Vitivinicultural spirituous beverages President: Víctor Carrascal (Spain) Vice-president: Silvia Nicoli (Italy) Ad hoc Group Cartography Coordinator: Jean Strohl (CIHEAM) Ad hoc Group Innovative Biotechnologies Coordinator: Philippe Hunziker (Switzerland) Ad hoc Group CO 2 balance Coordinator: OIV General Secretariat Ad hoc Group Raisins Coordinator: Abdellatif Benhiba (Maroc)

11  OIV 2011 Commission I « Viticulture » President: Michele Borgo (Italy) Vice-Pdt: François Murisier (Switzerland) Scientific secretary: Alberto García de Luján (Spain) SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE President: Yves Bénard (France) Vice-Pdt : Michele Borgo (Italy) Secretary: Federico Castellucci (Director General of the OIV) Sub-Commission « Methods of analysis » President: Ana-Isabel Blanch (Spain) Vice-Pdt: Pekka Lehtonen (Finland) Scientific secretary: Paulo Barros (Portugal) Commission IV « Safety and Health » President: Mladen Boban (Croatia) Vice-Pdt: Patrizia Restani (Italy) Scientific secretary: Pierre-Louis Teissedre (France) Commission III « Economy and Law » President: John Barker (New Zealand) Vice-Pdt: Jean-Luc Dairien (France) Scientific secretary: Wolfgang Haupt (Germany) Sub-Commission « Table grapes, raisins and unfermented vine products » President: Luís Peres de Sousa (Portugal) Vice-Pdt: Donato Antonacci (Italy) Scientific secretary: Ahmet Altindişli (Turkey) Commission II « Oenology » President: Monika Christmann (Germany) Vice-Pdt : Santiago Mínguez Sanz (Spain) Scientific secretary: Dominique Tusseau (France) Special CST project for gathering information ORGANISATION CHART FOR THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION OF VINE AND WINE

12  OIV 2011 Commission I « Viticulture » President: Michele Borgo (Italy) Vice-Pdt: François Murisier (Switzerland) Scientific secretary: Alberto García de Luján (Spain) Genetic resources and vine selection President: Jean-Michel Boursiquot (France) Vice-president: Angelo Costacurta (Italy) Secretary: Erika Maul (Germany Vine Protection President: Jan Booysen (South Africa) Vice-president: Olivier Viret (Switzerland) Secretary: Alejandro Marianetti (Argentina) Management and innovation of viticultural Technics President: Ben Ami Bravdo (Israel) Vice-president: Vittorino Novello (Italy) Secretary: Alain Carbonneau (France) Viticultural environment and climate change President: Vicente Sotés (Spain) Vice-president: Christian Asselin (France) Secretary: Hans Schultz (Germany) Sub-Commission « Table grapes, raisins and unfermented vine products » President: Luís Peres de Sousa (Portugal) Vice-Pdt: Donato Antonacci (Italy) Scientific secretary: Ahmet Altindişli (Turkey) ORGANISATION CHART FOR THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION OF VINE AND WINE

13  OIV 2011 Commission II « Oenology » President: Monika Christmann (Germany) Vice-Pdt : Santiago Mínguez Sanz (Spain) Scientific secretary: Dominique Tusseau (France) Technology President: Vice-president: William D Hardy (Australia) Microbiology President: Patrizia Romano (Italy) Vice-president: Manfred Grossmann (Germany) Specifications of oenological products President: Valeriu Cotea (Romania) Vice-president: Jean-Claude Villettaz (Switzerland) Secrétaire: Alain Bertrand (France) Sub-Commission « Methods of analysis » President: Ana-Isabel Blanch (Spain) Vice-Pdt: Pekka Lehtonen (Finland) Scientific secretary: Paulo Barros (Portugal) ORGANISATION CHART FOR THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION OF VINE AND WINE

14  OIV 2011 Commission III « Economy and Law » President: John Barker (New Zealand) Vice-Pdt: Jean-Luc Dairien (France) Scientific secretary: Wolfgang Haupt (Germany) Law and consumer information President: Wolfgang Haupt (Germany) Vice-president: Veronique Fouks (France) Economic and situational analysis President: Patrick Aigrain (France) Vice-president: Peter Botos (Hungary) Secretary: Marcello Agosta (Italy) Markets and consumption President: Eugenio Pomarici (Italy) Vice-president: João Carvalho Ghira (Portugal) Training President: Hervé Hannin (France) Vice-president: Armando Tonioni (Argentina) Vitivinicultural spirituous beverages President: Víctor Carrascal (Spain) Vice-president: Silvia Nicoli (Italy) ORGANISATION CHART FOR THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION OF VINE AND WINE

15  OIV 2011 Commission IV « Safety and Health » President: Mladen Boban (Croatia) Vice-Pdt: Patrizia Restani (Italy) Scientific secretary: Pierre-Louis Teissedre (France) Consumption, nutrition and health President: Susana Buxaderas (Spain) Vice-president: Philippe Gambert (France) Food Safety President: Creina Stockley (Australia) Vice-president: Birgit Dusemund (Germany) Secretary: Patrizia Restani (Italy) ORGANISATION CHART FOR THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION OF VINE AND WINE

16  OIV 2011 Yves BénardPresident of the OIV Peter Hayes1st Vice-President François Murisier2nd Vice-President Michele BorgoPresident Viticulture Commission Monika ChristmannPresident Oenology Commission John BarkerPresident Economy & Law Commission Mladen BobanPresident Safety & Health Commission Ana-Isabel BlanchPresident Methods of analysis Sub-commission Luís Peres de SousaPresident Table grapes, Raisins Sub-commission Federico CastellucciDirector General – Secretary of the Steering Committee Members of the Steering Committee (Updated September 2011)

17  OIV 2011 Consensus shall be the normal method whereby the General Assembly shall adopt draft resolutions of a general, scientific, technical, economic or legal nature, and for the creation or discontinuance of Commissions and Sub-Commissions. The same shall be true for the Executive Committee when it exercises its functions on these issues. Adoption of resolutions: A standard procedure including:  8 steps before final adoption (2 rounds consultation by the member states)

18  OIV 2011 ADOPTION OF RESOLUTIONS A STANDARD PROCEDURE PROPOSAL OF A MEMBER STATE OR EXPERT GROUP COMMITMENT ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENTS AND DRAFTING (EXPERT GROUP) Drafting and amendment of text 1st round of consultation by Member states and Observers GENERAL ASSEMBLY COMMISSION DECISION Step 1-2 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 4 If no consensus 2nd round of consultation by Member states and Observers Step 3 Step 5 ADOPTION {

19  OIV 2011 International Standardisation Viticulture Description of World Vine Varieties List of Synonyms of Vine Varieties Code of Descriptive Characteristics of Vitis varieties and species Pesticide Residues Authorised Limits Warning and blight control International organisation of Vine and Wine

20  OIV 2011 International Standardisation Oenology International Oenological Codex Compendium of International Methods of Analysis of Wines and Musts International Code of Enological Practices International organisation of Vine and Wine Compendium of International Methods Of Analysis of Spirited Beverages Wine, Nutrition & Health International organisation of Vine and Wine

21  OIV 2011 International standard for the labelling of wine and spirits of vitivinicultural origin Appellation of Origin Geographical Indicators And Brands Definition and Relations International Standard of Wine Competitions Situation and World Statistics for the Vitiviniculture Sector Annual Report International Standardisation Economy & Law International organisation of Vine and Wine

22  OIV 2011 DIRECT 70% OF WORLD PRODUCTION OF WINE IMPLICIT 25% OF WORLD PRODUCTION OF WINE BILATERAL OR MULTILATERAL TRADE AGREEMENTS REGULATION GB IMPLEMENTATION OF O.I.V. STANDARDS IN THE WORLD

23  OIV 2011 Vision To be the world scientific and technical reference organisation on vine and wine. Mission In full accordance with the missions referred to at Article 2.2 of the Agreement of 3 April 2001 and in order to achieve its vision, the OIV will foster an environment that is conducive to scientific and technical innovation, the dissemination of the results thereof and the development of the international vitivinicultural sector. It will promote, through its recommendations, international standards and guidelines, harmonisation and the sharing of information, and sound science-based knowledge, in order to enhance productivity, product safety and quality and the conditions for producing and marketing vine and wine products. Adopted by the OIV Extraordinary General Assembly on 24 October 2008 OIV Strategic Plan

24  OIV 2011 The 15 strategic axes of the Plan STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SECTOR 2.ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE SECTOR 3.VITIVINICULTURE BIOPHYSICAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS 4.SUSTAINABLE VITIVINICULTURE, INTEGRATED PRODUCTION, AND ORGANIC PRODUCTION 5.CLIMATE CHANGE AND VITIVINICULTURE 6.GREENHOUSE EFFECT: CARBON DIOXIDE BALANCE 7.BIODIVERSITY AND GENETIC RESOURCES 8.REGULATION AND IMPACT OF BIOTECHNOLOGIES 9.OENOLOGICAL PRACTICES AND TECHNIQUES 10.IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS METHODS 11.SAFTEY AND QUALITY 12.NUTRITION AND HEALTH-INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETAL ASPECTS 13.DESIGNATION AND LABELLING 14.COLLECTION, PROCESSING AND DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION 15.INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION OIV Strategic Plan

25  OIV STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SECTOR In accordance with the objectives of the Agreement of 3 April 2001, the OIV shall inform its members of measures whereby the concerns of producers, consumers and other players in the vine and wine products sector may be taken into consideration [Accord Article 2.1a] through activities initiated by the OIV and those activities the OIV collaborates with, particularly in the analysis of the structure of the sector, its development and economic impacts [ framework] 2 - ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE SECTOR IRP The OIV, within the framework of its competence and in order to inform its members of measures whereby the concerns of producers, consumers and other players in the vine and wine products sector may be taken into consideration [Accord Article 2.1a] the "Economy and Law" commission shall be more particularly responsible for dealing with all legal, regulatory; economic and socio-economic matters related to products as set out in the Agreement of 3 April Within this framework, the OIV shall draft recommendations and shall follow-up the application in liaison with its members, particularly in the fields concerning conditions of viticulture production. [IRP Article 10] OIV Strategic Plan The 15 strategic axes of the Plan

26  OIV VITIVINICULTURE BIOPHYSICAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS In Resolution Viti 1/2003 the OIV considers that the following points are of crucial importance and that they should be developed in an urgent fashion: precision viticulture, genetic diversity and biodiversity, conservation of the environment and soil characteristics, sensory analysis of quality linked to the type of grape or wine, the evaluation of the effects of cultivation techniques concerning qualitative, health and social requirements, knowledge and stimulation of the grapevine’s natural bio-defences against parasites while respecting the eco-physiological balance. 4 - SUSTAINABLE VITIVINICULTURE, INTEGRATED PRODUCTION, AND ORGANIC PRODUCTION In resolutions CST 1/2004 and CST 1/2008 the OIV recommends that the programme related to the development of sustainable vitiviniculture be integrated in the Strategic plan of the OIV as a priority issue and that these works be pursued in collaboration with the concerned expert groups of the OIV. This is in view of drafting a guide to develop different orientations and the setting up of general principles as defined in the said resolution for different specific vine products: table grapes, raisins, grape juice, vinegar and spirits. 5 - CLIMATE CHANGE AND VITIVINICULTURE In accordance with the actions of Strategic Plan (action 8.8), the OIV shall analyse the effects of climate change on: bio-aggressors, grape production, the composition and types of vine products and the socio-economic aspects.. [Accord Article 2f] OIV Strategic Plan

27  OIV GREENHOUSE EFFECT: CARBON DIOXYDE BALANCE The ratification of the Kyoto protocol in 2004 highlighted the importance of the carbon balance concept to be used to measure and reduce the impact of human activity on greenhouse gas emissions. The OIV shall monitor, evaluate and inform its members in good time of scientific or technical developments likely to have significant and lasting effects on the wine sector [Accord Article 2f] 7 - BIODIVERSITY AND GENETIC RESOURCES The OIV, in accordance with its objectives, shall submit to its members all proposals, particularly concerning the improving of scientific and technical criteria for recognising and protecting new vitivinicultural plant varieties [Agreement of Article 2c] and preserving the identity of pre-existing varieties. The "Viticulture" commission shall be more particularly responsible for all matters relating to vines and vine growing, grapes and other unfermented vine products in addition to relations between vineyards, grapes and the environment. [IRP Article 10] 8 - REGULATION AND IMPACT OF BIOTECHNOLOGIES In Resolution Viti 1/2006, the General Assembly recommends that the OIV collate existing research on the vine genome and genetically modified varieties and that the OIV present the findings of that literature review to the Membership. The General Assembly recognises the need to progress in studies, which are focused on a complete knowledge of the genus Vitis genome. In anticipation of obtaining genetically modified plants, compared to the initial variety/clone, all changes in characteristics caused by genetic modification must be clearly described (including transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics studies as well as any new methods developed, as appropriate). OIV Strategic Plan

28  OIV OENOLOGICAL PRACTICES AND TECHNIQUES The OIV shall contribute to international harmonisation of existing practices and standards and, as necessary, to the preparation of new international standards in order to improve the conditions for producing and marketing vine and wine products, and to help ensure that the interests of consumers are taken into account. [Agreement Article 2.1c]. The OIV shall draw up and frame recommendations and monitor implementation of such recommendations in liaison with its members, particularly in the field of oenological practices [Agreement Article 2.2b] 10 - IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS METHODS The OIV shall contribute to international harmonisation of existing practices and standards and, as necessary, to the preparation of new international standards in order to improve the conditions for producing and marketing vine and wine products, and to help ensure that the interests of consumers are taken into account. [Agreement Article 1c]. The OIV shall draw up and frame recommendations and monitor implementation of such recommendations in liaison with its members, particularly in the field of methods of analysis and appraisal of vine products. [Agreement Article 2.2b] 11 - SAFETY AND QUALITY The OIV shall help protect the health of consumers and contribute to food safetyby specialist scientific monitoring, making it possible to assess the specific characteristics of vine products [Agreement Article 2.2g] OIV Strategic Plan

29  OIV NUTRITION AND HEALTH-INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETAL ASPECTS The OIV shall help protect the health of consumers and contribute to food safety by promoting and guiding research into appropriate nutritional and health aspects. [Agreement Article 2.2g] 13 - DESIGNATION AND LABELLING The OIV shall draw up and frame recommendations and monitor implementation of such recommendations in liaison with its members, particularly in the definition and/or product description, labelling and marketing conditions. [Agreement Article 2b] The OIV shall submit to its members all proposals relating to guaranteeing the authenticity of vine products, especially with regard to consumers, in particular in connection with the information provided on labels. [Agreement Article 2c] 14 - COLLECTION, PROCESSING AND DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION The OIV shall gather, process and disseminate the most appropriate information and to communicate it: 1) to its members and observers, 2) to other international organisations, both intergovernmental and non- governmental, 3) to producers, consumers and other players in the vine and wine sector, 4) to other interested countries, and to the media and to the general public. [Agreement Article 2n] 15 - INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION In accordance with the objectives of the Agreement of 3 April 2001, the OIV shall assist other international organisations, both intergovernmental and non-governmental, especially those which carry out standardisation activities [Agreement Article 2.1b] OIV Strategic Plan

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