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International conference about the adaptation to climate change of wine industry : from climatology to social sciences

Sustainable grape and wine production in the context of climate change

ClimWine 2016

April 10-13, 2016 Bordeaux

You can register for the Climwine 2016 Symposium on this page. Click on the "register to the symposium" and follow the different steps for the registration.

Registration fees for senior scientists and students include all the symposium material (book of abstracts + book of selected communications), the field tour in St Emilion, the opening ceremony cocktail, 3 lunches and all the coffee breaks, and the Gala dinner in St Emilion.

Accompanying person fees include the opening ceremony cocktail, the tour in St Emilion (probably historical city visit, winery visit) and the Gala dinner.

  Before the 31st of January (2016) After the 31st of January (2016)
Senior scientists 450 euros (including taxes) 500 euros (including taxes)
Students 250 euros (including taxes) 300 euros (including taxes)
INRA + LACCAVE team members 420 euros (including taxes) / 350 HT 480 euros (including taxes) / 400 HT
Accompanying persons 120 euros (including taxes) 120 euros (including taxes)

For further information regarding your registration, please contact


Registration closed on Thursday 31 March 2016