In Vino Analytica Scientia Symposium

Your brand is everything

Welcome to the On Demand highlights from the In Vino Analytica Scientia Symposium (IVAS) held in Bordeaux, France 25-28 June 2019.

Find out how Thermo Fisher Scientific products can advance and enhance your wine analysis workflows and how the Thermo Fisher Scientific unique portfolio of innovative technology is being used to address the challenges the beverage industry faces today.

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Wine should ONLY be wine. Your brand is everything.

Welcome to the On Demand highlights from the In Vino Analytica Scientia Symposium (IVAS) held in Salamanca, Spain, 17-20 July 2017. From the comfort of your desk, watch videos of interviews and poster presentations from IVAS 2017.

Join the experience and hear expert testimonials and update your knowledge of wine analysis. Check back for updated content.

Featured videos

Customer presentations

Peggy Rigon, Scientist for Oenology, INRA, Montpellier France

Thousands of volatile molecules have been identified as responsible for the complex aromas of wine. It is therefore important to understand the formation of these compounds.

Tiziana Nardin, Food Technologist, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Trento, Italy

Free amino acids and ammonium salts represent important sources for the fermentation process. A method was developed for the simultaneous analysis of 30 commercial nitrogen activators using UHPLC/HESI-HRMS (Orbitrap).

Poster presentations

Liisa Otama, Product Manager, Industrial Diagnostics

Watch the video to hear Liisa Otama, Product Manager for Industrial Diagnostics, explaining how Gallery, automated discrete analyzer, can be used to increase productivity in the beverage testing market.

Inge De Dobbeleer, Regional Marketing Manager GC/GC-MS, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Simple and rapid HPLC method for the challenging analysis of 9 catechins and phenolic acids in red wine using an Accucore PFP HPLC columns under gradient mobile phase conditions.