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Member States and Observers

The International Organisation of Vine and Wine is an intergovernmental organisation made up of Member states.

The Agreement of 3 April 2001 was signed by 35 sovereign States and was subjected to different internal procedures (approval, acceptance or ratification). The Agreement went into force on 1 January 2004, following the deposit of the 31st instrument of ratification.

As of 6 November 2018 the International Organisation of Vine and Wine was made up of 47 Member states.

Member States:

Algeria / Argentina / Armenia / Australia / Austria / Azerbaijan / Belgium / Bosnia-Herzegovina / Brazil / Bulgaria / Chile / Croatia / Cyprus / Czech Republic / France / Georgia / Germany / Greece / Hungary / India / Israel / Italy / Lebanon / Luxemburg / FYR Macedonia / Malta / Mexico / Moldavia / Montenegro / Morocco / Netherlands / New Zealand / Norway / Peru / Portugal / Romania / Russia / Serbia / Slovakia / Slovenia / South Africa / Spain / Sweden / Switzerland / Turkey / Uruguay / Uzbekistan

Observers:

The international treaty of 3 April 2001 also enables some territories and organisations to participate in the OIV works as observers.


AIDV - International Wine Law Association

Amorim Academy

AREV - Assembly of Wine-Producing European Regions

AUIV - International University Association of Wine

EU - European Union 

CERVIM - Centre for Research, Environmental Sustainability and Advancement of Mountain Viticulture

FIVS - International Federation of Wines and Spirits

OENOPPIA - Oenological Products and Practices International Association

UIOE - Union Internationale des Œnologues

VINOFED - World Federation of Major International Wine and Spirits Competitions

ASI - Association de la Sommellerie Internationale

WIM - Wine in Moderation

Yantaï (China), prefecture-level municipality

Ningxia Hui autonomous region, China