Organizational structure

General assembly

The General Assembly is composed of all PTV partners and its main function is to examine and approve social and economic management.

This meeting is usually held once a year, during the first natural semester, although, if circumstances so require, it may also be convened in an extraordinary manner if so requested by the President, the Steering committee or if notified by 20% of the founding partners.

You can consult the PTV Statutes for more information about the General Assembly and its faculties.

Steering Committee PTV

The Steering Committee is the main management and administration body of the WTP, whose main function is to ensure compliance with the guidelines laid down in the General Assembly, as well as the definition and coordination of the Working Groups. The Government Council of the WTP includes 16 entities representing the Spanish wine industry:

Mrs. Mireia Torres Maczassek
(Federación Española del Vino)

Vice President
Mr. Luis Carlos Moro González
(Grupo Matarromera)

Mr. Iñigo Torres Andrés
(Grupo Rioja)

Members of the Board

  • Asociación de Bodegas por la Calidad (ABC)
  • Agencia Gallega de Calidad Alimentaria (AGACAL)
  • Agrovín S.A
  • Bodegas González-Byass S.A
  • Bodegas Martín Códax S.A
  • .
  • Bodegas Ramón Bilbao S.A
  • Bodegas y Viñedos Pradorey
  • Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
  • Federación Española del Vino (FEV)
  • Fundación Parque Tecnológico del Vino (VITEC)
  • .
  • Grupo de Empresas Vinícolas de Rioja (Grupo Rioja)
  • Grupo Matarromera
  • Miguel Torres S.A
  • Pago de Carraovejas S.A
  • Universidad Rovira i Virgili (URV)

Technical Commission

The Technical Commission is formed by a selected experts’ group with recognised expertise in different scientific-technical areas. This Commission is the most active core of reflection and debate inside the PTV, which main objective is to identify the needs of wine sector, as far as Innovation is concerned, boost and materialize them in strategic R+D+i projects.

The Commission is structured in six areas of interest: Viticulture, Process, Product, Sustainability and Climate Change, Health and Wine Economy. Each area is managed by a double (business and scientific) coordination, under the direction ofthe President and Vice-President of this Commission, who act as a direct link with the Steering Committee.

At an operational level, the Technical Commission meets once a year to deal with aspects related to the R+D+i strategy (and the Strategic Innovation Agenda; SIA) of the Spanish wine sector. In addition, the coordinators convene annually Working Groups, to which all PTV members are invited, in order to identify and launch specific R+D+i projects.

A nivel organizativo, la Comisión Técnica se reúne una vez al año para abordar aspectos relacionados con la estrategia de I+D+i del sector del vino español. Además, los coordinadores de cada área convocan anualmente a los socios de la PTV, a las reuniones de Grupos de Trabajo de cada una de las áreas para la identificación y lanzamiento de proyectos de I+D+i concretos.

Technical Secretariat

The main function of the Technical Secretariat is the global management and dynamization of all the PTV’s actions, in coordination and under the direction of the Steering Committee.

Currently, the Technical Secretariat of the PTV is managed by ÁRTICA INGENIERIA E INNOVACIÓN S.L and has its headquarters in Madrid.

Secretaría Técnica
C/ Musgo, 2. Edificio Europa II
28023 La Florida. Madrid
Telf. 913 570 798

International Scientific Advisory Committee

The International Scientific Advisory Committee is a group based on 8 renowned experts in the wine sector, who has the main goal to add a holistical and international view to the Spanish wine sector, giving add value to different actions. For instance, they usually are involved in the development and revision of the Strategic Innovation Agenda (SIA) for the PTV.Its work focuses on guiding and advising the Technical Commission in the identification and definition of the main objectives and scientific-technical priorities included in the Wine Sector SIA.

They also participate in the annual Innovation PTV Awards as jury members.

This committee is made up of the following members:

Aline Lonvaud Funel. Institut des Sciences de la Vigne du Vin (ISVV) -Universidad de Burdeos (Francia)
Hernán Ojeda. INRA, Experimental Station of Pech Rouge. (Francia)
Peter Hayes Executive Director, Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation (GWRDC); Acting CEO, Cooperative Research Centre for Viticulture (CRCV); Director of Viticulture, Rosemount Estates. (Australia)
Vitorino Novello. Professor e Investigator Universidad de Turin. (Italia)
Manuela Chaves. Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Plant Molecular Ecophysiology Laboratory (LEM)) (Portugal)
Serge Delrot. Institut des Sciences de la Vigne du Vin (ISVV) -Universidad de Burdeos. (Francia)
Hans R. Schultz. Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim. (Alemania)
Collaborating Entities

This is a group of entities who provides support and advice to the Steering Committee and can participate in the Working Groups, especially in the definition or prioritisation of strategies and actions for the wine sector, in terms of R+D+i.

It is made up of:

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