The wide range of programming at ICCWS will serve to examine how adversity drives innovation to achieve success across the entire value chain of the grape and wine industry.
The ICCWS 2021 organizers have developed engaging programming that includes rigorous scientific content from the foremost experts in viticulture, oenology, wine business and sustainability, combined with unique opportunities to network and experience the best that the host city and country have to offer.
The morning sessions will bring together all of the delegates for the keynote session each day and are open to everyone attending ICCWS 2021.
The invited, keynote speaker on each day of the symposium will present on a specific cool climate topic and will feature renowned scientists and experts in the fields of grape and wine science.
A number of breakout sessions will be offered throughout the main conference programming to offer unique hands-on learning and networking opportunities for conference delegates. The sessions will align with the main conference themes and provide unique opportunities for debate, discussion and tastings to round out the ICCWS 2021 experience.
The ICCWS 2021 will welcome hundreds of individuals from all areas of the grape and wine industry across Canada and the world to St. Catharines.
The symposium strives to promote opportunities for delegates to maximize on the networking potential offered by having the international wine community together in one location.
A range of educational and entertaining events have also been developed as part of the symposium.
As part of the symposium programming, a trade show will be hosted where exhibitors from both the research community and across the grape and wine industry can come together with other buyers and sellers and connect with potential business partners.
Sponsorship opportunities associated with this trade show are available.