The aim of the Grape and Wine Innovation Centre is to increase the competitiveness of the Hungarian viticulture and oenology sector by mediating international scientific and market trends, and to support the international utilization of Hungarian viticulture and oenology results. The Grape and Wine Innovation Centre seeks extensive cooperation with domestic and international research institutes, universities, educational institutions, as well as grape and international research institutes, universities, educational institutions, and other organizations interested in the technological development of the grape and wine sector, especially businesses and last but not least with producers. The Grape and Wine Innovation Centre intends to deal specifically with viticultural and oenological innovations not yet covered by the above potential partner organizations, with relevant market and scientific values.
Grape and Wine Innovation Centre Association operational 2021
In the framework of a project supported by the National Cohesion College of the National Cooperation Fund of the Prime Minister’s Office. The association was supported by the Bethlen Gábor Fund Management Nonprofit Zrt. in order to enable the association to focus on the implementation of its professional programme, such as strengthening the links between the vine and wine industry in the Carpathian Basin and the emerging actors of the domestic scientific life and the practices of community development methods.
Organizing of the 1st meeting of the Holy Wine Orders of the Carpathian Basin
Thanks to project we managed to realize the 1st meeting of the Holy Wine Orders of the Carpathian Basin in October 2017. The relevant 19 wine orders sent their representatives from Hungary and beyond the border as well such organizations like St. George of Bácska Order, St. Theodor of Bánát Order, St. Wenceslas Wine Knight Order of Beregszász, St. Orbán Wine Knight Order of Horgos, St. Orbán Wine Knight Order. The program contained culinary and ceremonial parts. In addition, the program contributed to the promotion of the goals of the association by nurturing and strengthening the International Relations and cultural traditions of the Carpathian Basin wine.
The Holy Wine Orders of the Carpathian Basin II. meeting
Thanks to project we managed to realize the II. meeting of the Holy Wine Orders of the Carpathian Basin in October 2018, the relevant 19 wine orders sent their representatives from inside our borders and beyond the borders as well such organizations like St. George of Bácskai Order, St. Theodor of Bánát Order, St. Wenceslas Wine Knight Order of Beregszász, St. Orbán Wine Knight Order of Horgos, St. Orbán Wine Knight Order attended the program. We continued the traditions of culinary and ceremonial proceedings and in addition, the program contributed to the promotion of the goals of the association by cultivating and strengthening the cultural traditions of the Carpathian Basin wine, and by opening up International Relations, the possibilities of cooperation were discussed and strategic goals were planned.
2020 “Kozma Pál 100” anniversary – memorial tour
During the project we will organize two memorial tours. One to Tokaj-Tarcal sites and another to Kecskemét and Szekszárd sites. At the Tokaj and Tarcal sites, the participants of the tour will be informed about Pál Kozma’s work related to the Furmint variety, while at the Kecskemét and Szekszárd sites, the participants of the tour will receive information about the students of Szent István University. During the tour, in addition to lectures, meals and wine tasting of the varieties related to the breeding of Pál Kozma will also take place. The memorial tour will take place in the fall of 2020 (September-October, depending on the weather). Our project helps to expand the professional knowledge of the university students and the wider audience, preserve traditions and innovate competitiveness. Pál Kozma’s innovation activity is an example at both scientific and educational and professional levels, the knowledge of which provides a basis for commitment to similar wide-ranging professional commitments. , especially among young people interested in the profession. The programs are suitable for increasing the quality and effectiveness of Hungarian higher education, specifically the training of winemakers, winemakers and gardeners at Szent István University.
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