International Office of Vine and Wine
The International Office of Vine and Wine (OIV) is an inter-governmental organization of scientific and technical nature working in the field of vine and vine-based products, established in 1924. Part of the mission of OIV is to gather, study and publish all information which demonstrates the beneficial effects of wine, and to inform the governments regarding measures to be taken to insure the protection of wine interests and the improvement of conditions of the international wine market.
International Wine Law Association
The International Wine Law Association (AIDV) was founded in 1985 to provide an international forum for the study and discussion of legal issues concerning the viticultural community and the wine trade – world wide. With over 300 individual and organization members in more than 20 countries, the AIDV provides a wide range of activities: conferences in major wine-growing regions of the world, publications, and opportunities for contact with colleagues in wine law.
L’Assemblée des Régions Européennes Viticoles (AREV)
The AREV is a non-profit, apolitical, association of European wine growing regions. It promotes the common interests of the wine regions in the European and world economy.