RIVE is a highly specialized event: a point of reference for the wine–production chain – both nationally and internationally – which provides wide visibility to the companies in the sector through the opportunity to meet wine growers, managers of companies of semi-finished product processing, winemakers, private cellars and wine cooperatives, wine experts, consultants and experts of viticulture and wine-making, distributors and professional in general. The aim is to create new business opportunities and synergies by means of research and innovative technologies aimed at optimizing the creation of the finished product.
Italian and foreign companies of the following sectors:
VITICULTURAL TREE GROWING: includes production and planning of machinery and materials for the various stages of grafted vine preparation, from rootstock cleaning to waxing and cold storage. Techniques of technological innovation for a key sector of the wine world.
VITICULTURE: Machinery and equipment for grapevine cultivation, from the planting of rooted grafts all the way to the explant, including fertilization and soil irrigation, as well as the harvest phase.
GRAPEVINE:treatment and use of the materials for the cultivation of grape varieties, raw materials, chemicals and biological products for plant health treatment to fight pathogens in different phenological stages: dormancy, buds burst, clusters formation and bloom.
WINE MAKING: includes all machinery, equipment and products for processing grapes into wine and for the subsequent refinement process: structures for filtration and cleansing, fermentation and aging containers, barrels, casks, barriques, vats.
PRODUCT MARKETING: products for wine packaging: containers (glass, PET, Bag-in-Box), labels, corks, caps, packaging, and printing. Machines for bottling, inspection, product measuring for marketing.
OENOLOGY:all services, equipment and cross products, software for viticulture and cellars. Specific oenological services: biotechnology, consultation, vines, territorials, wine storage, tasting.
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