Internationalisation and transfer
of specialisation and know how
in the wine-oenological sector
of Friuli Venezia Giulia Region



The general objective of the project INNOWINE is the enhancement of the autochthonous, wine-oenological species in the area of the County of Osijek Baranja and the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina through the know exchange between the project partners.

The project aims to foster the sustainable, local development of the involved areas by activating profitable and useful interchange mechanisms in the field of:

  • research
  • production
  • international cooperation
  • increase of the development policy in the rural area from the side of the Public Institutions

The specific objectives of the project are:

  • Improvement of the quality of auctoctonous wine productions
  • Transfer of scientific and technological know how
  • Strengthen of the cooperation between institutions at a transnational level
  • Strengthen of the public administration
Direct beneficiaries
  • local producers of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and County of Osijek-Baranija
  • Associations of producers
  • Universities and R&D Centers
  • Local economical system
Indirect beneficiaries
  • Local Administration of the County of Osijek and Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
  • Operators of the satellite job of the wine-oenological sector
  • Students, teachers, researchers, technicians of the wine-oenological sector
  • Local population
Expected results
  • Selection of species that can resist to the main cryptogam
  • Protocols/Agreements among the University of Udine, the University of Novi Sad and the University of Osijek
  • New systems/instruments for the laboratories of the R&D institutes
  • New services for the producers
  • Transfer of technological and scientific know-how in Vojvodina and Osijek
  • Transfer of know-how in the field of the European project management
  • Database with financial sources for the support of the rural development
  • Improvement of the interchange between the territory and the local administration