International Organization of Vine and Wine
Organisation Internationale de la Vigne et du Vin
1924-11-29 Paris France
Established 29 Nov 1924, Paris (France), by International Arrangement, as International Wine Office -- Office international du vin, ratified by French Law of 15 Apr 1927. Subsequently changed title to International Vine and Wine Office -- Office international de la vigne et du vin (OIV), 4 Sep 1958. New International Agreement, signed 3 Apr 2001, entered into force, 1 Jan 2004, when current title was adopted.
Inform members of measures whereby the concerns of producers, consumers and other players in the vine and wine products sector may be taken into consideration; assist other international organizations, both intergovernmental and non-governmental, especially those which carry out standardization activities; contribute to international harmonization of existing practices and standards, as necessary, to the preparation of new international standards in order to improve the conditions for producing and marketing vine and wine products and to help ensure that the interests of consumers are taken into account.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee; Scientific and Technical Committee; Commissions (4); Secretariat, headed by Director General. Conferences open; other meetings closed.
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