On November 19, the Ordinary Members' Meeting renewed the new Cervim Board of Directors for the...Read

ReveNet was born!

Research Innovation on Extreme Viticulture and related Enology Network Read

Dry Stone Walls: A Symbol of Heroic Viticulture, Heritage of Humanity

It is the second rural practice recognised by UNESCO after the traditional practice of cultivating head-trained bush vines (“vite ad alberello”) on the island of Pantelleria. Dry stone walls: a symbol of heroic viticulture,... Read


New dynamic event, dedicated to technologies for the cultivation of “heroic” vineyards, those at high altitudes and with steep slopes Read

Erasmus+ Project - The Wine Lab

The Wine Lab is a project presented and approved within the European Erasmus + Program, set up to create virtuous relationships between universities and small wineries operating in disadvantaged areas, in... Read

Heroic viticulture. Gaudio confirmed as president of Cervim

Roberto Gaudio is been confirmed as head of the Center. The Regional Council of Aosta Valley, under proposal of the Region's president and the agriculture and natural resources counselor, has named Roberto Gaudio as president of the Board of Directors, Stefano Celi and Edoardo Braga as Counselors and Jean-Claude Favre as... Read

4th International Congress on mountain and steep slope viticulture

The proceedings of the Congress are avalaible Read


Beginning from Tuesday 25 October 2011, Cervim will have a new office building Read

A great friend has left us

Francesco Arrigoni was only 52 years old when he passed away. Read

New members for the CERVIM

Galizia Five new members for the CERVIM Read

Mountain terraced and steep slope wine-growing areas associates of CERVIM

The contents of the session come from the first stage of a research project whose aim was to investigate the technical and financial aspects typical of wine-growing in the mountains, on steep slopes and on islands. Read