Technical Area participates in CRI´s 2017 Workshop

In order to publicize the progress and results of its main projects, the Research and Innovation Center (CRI) invited the members of the Technical Management team to the third version of the Workshop, specially organized for them. On this occasion, the focus was placed on the transfer of results to Technical Management, specifically in relation to the strategic programs most linked to their area of expertise, such as: Strengthening the production of plant materials; Assessment of the quality of grapes and wines; and Instrumentation, automation and IT application. This is […]

Researchers from France and Australia hold seminars at the CRI Extension Center

Two international experts visited the Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) in mid-November. Dt. Stéphane Vidal, biochemical engineer of the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées of Lyon and Vice President of Oenology and Innovation for Vinventions, traveled to the CRI to meet with the technical-scientific team and learn about the strategic programs under development. In addition, Dr. Vidal led an open seminar to the industry at the Extension Center, entitled: “Optimizing wine shelf-life “. CRI teams, as well as professionals from the Technical Management of Viña Concha y Toro, participated […]

Creo en Chile’s Young Agribusiness Innovation Panel highlights CRI case study

As part of the Creo en Chile event, which brought entrepreneurs and innovators together for two days, a panel on Young Agribusiness Innovation was held, made up by the Center for Research and Innovation (CRI), Fundación para la Innovación Agraria (FIA), UC Davis Chile, and the cases of 3 entrepreneurs in this sector.

International winemaking expert visits CRI

As part of a two-day visit, renowned UC Davis professor, David Block (PhD), participated in an intense program of activities at the CRI. The visit took place under the framework of the consulting that he is providing for the Research Line T, conducted jointly by the CRI and UC Davis Chile, in order to review the project’s progress, methodology and action plan, as well as to resolve queries and define strategies for the development a product prototype by the end of this year.

Relive the panel on “The wine industry and innovation: A necessary leap for the sustainability of the sector”

The Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) was the meeting place for the panel on “The wine industry and innovation: A necessary leap for the sustainability of the sector”, which included the participation of the Intendant of Chile’s Maule Region, Mr. Pablo Meza, the Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Carlos Furche, wine industry representatives, members of academia and universities, and important players in the world of innovation and research.

The CRI will present at Creo En Chile: the Lollapalooza of entrepreneurship and innovation

Creo en Chile is a meeting point for the largest entrepreneurship and innovation projects in the country. The second edition of this event will be held on June 14 and 15 in Espacio Riesco, in which thousands of attendees will have the opportunity to access more than one hundred talks, conferences, workshops, mentoring and networking.

Together with the Minister of Agriculture, the Intendant of Chile’s Maule Region and other regional authorities visited the CRI

With the presence of the Intendant of Chile’s Maule Region, Mr. Pablo Meza, the Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Carlos Furche, wine industry representatives, members of academia and universities, and important players in the world of innovation and research, the panel on “The wine industry and innovation: A necessary leap for the sustainability of the sector” was held.

Opportunity of Internship, Thesis / Memory in the company

The Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) was born as a response to the new challenges facing our industry and shows the commitment of Viña Concha y Toro to the development of winemaking, focusing on applied research that responded to the real industry needs. We are looking for: 1 intern student (3 month minimun period), 2 MSc students (6 month minimun period) and 1 PhD student (1 year minimum period) developing their research (or looking to develop) in areas related to the biological sciences (plant biology, molecular biology, phytopathology, biotechnology […]