About the Journal
OENO One was founded in 2016 by a group of leading European universities and research institutes in the field of vine, grape and wine sciences, replacing the Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin (JISVV) after almost 50 years of existence (1967-2016, formerly Connaissance de la Vigne et du Vin).
OENO One is peer-reviewed and among the top journals in the field. It has an exceptional Editorial Board of highly respected editors and associate editors, covering a broad range of areas in viticulture and enology.
Our philosophy is Open Access. We are a non-profit organization, and we believe that the results of scientific research should be freely available to researchers (public and private sectors) and the general public. To make this possible, we publish our articles on a free on-line journal publishing platform totally independent from private publishers. We are supported by major players of the wine industry who help us keep author publication fees as low as possible.
Our Open Access publishing structure allows maximum visibility for published papers as there are no subscription fees to access articles. Authors retain copyright and are free to post their accepted papers on personal or institutional web sites, or to disseminate them in any other way, immediately after acceptance.
We put great effort into providing rapid review and publication time.
OENO One is based on a real-time publishing platform, allowing on-line submission and tracking of manuscripts for authors and easy-to-use software for associate editors and reviewers. The editorial staff is based in Europe and highly responsive. We believe that, in a digital era, communication between people remains essential. Behind our publishing platform there is a team of dedicated men and women available at all time.
Hochschule Geisenheim University (HGU) is located on the Rhine River in Germany, in the midst of German Viticulture. The HGU is an institution of research, higher education and knowledge transfer focused on subjects covering the entire value chain from production to marketing of special crops and their products (mainly beverages, especially wine) as well as the development of rural and urban spaces. The university offers 19 undergraduate and graduate programs as well as doctoral research options with a focus on topics in the grape and wine sciences. Teaching and research in wine-related subjects cover all aspects from genetics and breeding, physiology, soil science, plant nutrition, plant pathology, viticulture, engineering and technology, microbiology, biochemistry, analytics, enology, sensory science to business operations management and marketing.
Institut des sciences de la vigne et du vin - ISVV
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33882 Villenave d'Ornon - France
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