Government & Non Government Agencies







    • American Farm Bureau
      The American Farm Bureau is the unified national voice of agriculture, working through our grassroots organization to enhance and strengthen the lives of rural Americans and to build strong, prosperous agricultural communities.
    • American Institute of Wine & Food
      The American Institute of Wine & Food (AIWF) was founded as a 501 (c) (3) educational organization in 1981 by Robert Mondavi, the late Julia Child, Dick Graff and others. It was founded on the premise that gastronomy is essential to the quality of human existence. The AIWF is dedicated to promoting health and well-being through the enjoyment of good food and drink and the fellowship that comes from dining together around the table.
    • American Society for Enology and Viticulture
      The American Society for Enology and Viticulture (the sciences of winemaking and grape growing) is a 501 (c)(6), tax exempt professional society dedicated to the interests of enologists, viticulturists, and others in the fields of wine and grape research and production throughout the world. Our membership includes professionals from wineries, vineyards, academic institutions and organizations. Formed in 1950, and originally composed of researchers from the University of California and California winemakers, the ASEV has held a steady growth over the years. We currently have 2400 members, 100 Industrial Affiliates (companies), and three chapters: an Eastern U.S. Chapter, a Northwest Chapter and the ASEV Japan Chapter.
    • Wine America
      The National Association of American Wineries. The Mission of WineAmerica is to encourage the dynamic growth and development of American wineries and winegrowing through the advancement and advocacy of sound public policy.
    • Winegrape Growers of America
      Formed in 1978 to represent the national winegrape growing industry, the Winegrape Growers of America (WGA) is based on the power of unity, cooperation and efficiency. WGA serves as the national lobbying arm of the domestic winegrape industry and provides a forum for communication and exchange of information among member states.
    • Wine Market Council
      Wine Market Council is a non-profit association of grape growers, wine producers, importers, wholesalers, and other affiliated businesses and organizations. The council's mission is to establish the widespread acceptance of wine as a rewarding part of American culture and to encourage the responsible enjoyment of wine by current and future generations of adults in the United States.


    • AREV
      L’Assemblée des Régions Européennes Viticoles (Assembly of European Wine-producing Regions). AREV is composed of high-level political and professional representatives from Germany, Austria, Spain, France, Georgia, Hungary, Italy, Luxemburg, Romania and the Czech Republic. It is involved in European and global wine policy.
    • OIV
      L'organisation internationale de la vigne et vin (International Organization of Vine and Wine) The OIV is an intergovernmental organization of a scientific and technical nature or recognized competence for its works concerning vines, wine, wine-based beverages, table grapes, raisins and other vine-based products.
    • World Wine Trade Group
      The WWTG is an informal grouping of industry representatives from wine producing countries. Founded in 1998, the group aims to share information, collaborates on a variety of international issues and endeavors to create an environment for the free trade in wine.
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