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The TITRIVIN activity

History ...

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our certificate ISO 9001
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For over 20 years, the Vine and Wine Department of the Chamber of Agriculture of the Gironde has been producing and selling reference materials for the oenology laboratories under the brand "TITRIVIN".

TITRIVIN : 20 years of experience and know-how

Our products werecreated in the late 80s to meet the internal needs of 7 laboratories of our group. Given their interest for the profession, our activity developed very quickly and, in 1992, the TITRIVIN brand was born.

Since then, several teams have succeeded in improving and perfecting the quality of our products. Meet the current team: here

In 2004, the activity was certified ISO 9001 . To download our certificate click here

2016: Accreditation as a reference materials producer according to the guide ISO 34

Our skills is now fully recognized by the accreditation of the COFRAC. To download our certificate, click here

Being accredited by the COFRAC as a reference material producer is part of our commitment to always providing the best quality of service.


Why did we create the TITRIVIN products?

First of all to help the wine sector.

Today providing an analytical result without any information about its quality and traceability is not acceptable. The oenology laboratories must demonstrate the reliability of their results to satisfy their customers. The use of our products is a solution!

What are the TITRIVIN products?

It is a complete range of wines reference conceived to perfectly meet the needs of oenology laboratories.

The TITRIVIN range is composed of :

The calibration references

It supplies a range of ordinate values for the 10 most common parameters for dry wines.

It supplies a range of ordinate values for the same 10 most common parameters but  for sweet wines.

The control references

Up to 16 parameters :

The packaging of our products is specially designed to be practical and easy to use.


The TITRIVIN can be used :

  • To calibrate equipment
  • To carry out quality control
  • To assess uncertainties

They will be also very useful for the validation of analysis methods.