This symposium is a continuation of a successful series of conferences. This international meeting aims to bring together researchers dedicated to the different aspects of the chemistry of wine production: even including such aspects as environmental concerns, vines, grapes, and the final products, establishing a forum to discuss and present the latest developments of Analytical Chemistry.

Palarotari - Mezzocorona (Trentino Alto Adige)

The Virtual Special Issue (VSI) dedicated to

In Vino Analytica Scientia (IVAS) symposium 2015

is published online on this link



    “From traditional fermentations, distillations and titrations to modern instrumental analytics, including metabolomics, chemometrics and sensory evaluation for grapes, wines and spirits”


It is the pressure and excitement of the continuous evolution in analytical science that inspires hundreds of researchers from all continents to gather every two years in an area renowned for the production of superb wines (to analyze and to taste) for the most up-to-date forum about excellence in analytical science of grapes, wines and spirits.


Dear Friends and Colleagues,

we are proud to announce that a review of the 9th Edition of the In Vino Analytica Scientia Symposium's main topics has been recently published on the Chemistry in Australia magazine. The article has been written by Geoffrey R. Scollary, President of the IVAS Presidium.

Download your copy from the area below.

Fulvio Mattivi and Peter Robatscher

IVAS 2015 - gala dinner


In Vino Analytica Scientia, 2015

First published in Chemistry in Australia



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