International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) elects a Brazilian as it’s president


Regina Vanderlinde, a Brazilian professor of biotechnology, has been elected as the president of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) for the next three years.
Holding a doctorate in biological sciences with a focus in enology from the ‘Université de Bordeaux’ Regina has been a member of the Brazilian delegation to the OIV and is the third consecutive female President of the OIV.
Election of a Brazilian as the head of OIV fares well for South American wine region and should bring a positive focus on wine growing countries from the continent.
Wineglitz follows the viniviticulture in upcoming wine regions in South America like Brazil and Uruguay etc and will keep posting updates.


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