Please join us for the
3rd PIWI Summit on Monday, November 6th at 6 p.m
The PIWI Summit will take place online again and in English.
The situation of PIWI genotypes in Portugal with Jorge Boehm Portugal
Maximum stomatal conductance rather than stomatal sensitivity to drought differentiates the PIWI grapevine cultivar Souvignier gris from Muscaris and Donau Riesling with Lea Linhart Austria for documentation
Staffelter Hof presents its Vitiforst project –
Trees between PIWI wines for climate improvement. – more –
We mainly planted our Piwi varieties on 6 hectares of land, which is where the Viti Forest project “I.Kant & the Piwis” is now being created.
On the last weekend in November we will plant the majority of the trees, hedges and sow seeds for a more resilient future of viticulture, better resistance to climate fluctuations, more biodiversity and a more resilient ecosystem. more about the project
Connecting the Community Worldwide with PIWI Talk
Our member and regional representative for Canada Darcy S. O’Neil has started a PIWI TALK. He will present it to us at the PIWI Summit. You can get a first impression here: https://www.piwitalk.com/