skip to Main Content

ABOUT SASEV

SASEV (South African Society For Enology & Viticulture) serves as a forum for presenting the latest technical and scientific information to all South African wine and grape producers to improve the quality of South African table grapes, raisin grapes, wines and related products.

SASEV leads by offering the following in the grape and wine industry:

Journals Green

JOURNALS

Conference

CONFERENCES

Workshop

WORKSHOPS

SASEV was founded in 1977. A Board of 14 members from various companies in our industry administers our society. Our office is at Nietvoorbij Research Centre, Stellenbosch.

SASEV BOARD 2020

Maret Du Toit

Prof. Maret du Toit

President

Francois Halleen

Prof. Francois Halleen

Vice-President

Erna Blancquaert

Dr. Erna Blancquaert

Secretary

Tarryn Wettergreen

Ms. Tarryn Wettergreen

Treasurer

Schalk Reynolds

Mr. Schalk Reynolds

Board Member

Roleen Carstens

Mrs. Roleen Carstens

Board Member

Andries Daniels

Mr. Andries Daniels

Board Member

Neil Jolly

Dr. Neil Jolly

Board Member

Wessel Du Toit

Prof. Wessel du Toit

Board Member

Leon Dicks

Prof. Leon Dicks

SAJEV Editor

Melinda Van Der Ryst

Mrs. Melinda van der Ryst

SASEV Office

Mina Lourens

Mrs. Mina Lourens

SASEV Office

Awards offered by SASEV

Award1

The prestigious SASEV Table Grape Award

Award2

The prestigious Medal of Merit

Award3a

Best paper published

Award4a

Best paper & poster presented at our bi-annual congress

Award5

Best final year students in viticulture & enology

Cash amount towards an overseas trip for table and raisin grape research purposes, is annually awarded to the most outstanding scientific contribution published in our journal or the most outstanding innovation in our table and raisin grape industry.

Awarded bi-annually to a person who made an exceptional contribution over many years towards our industry.

A cash prize for the best paper published in our journal.

Cash prizes for the best paper and poster presented at our bi-annual congress. Student prizes are also awarded in these categories.

Cash prizes for the best final year students in viticulture and enology at the University of Stellenbosch and cellar technology at the Elsenburg College, respectively.

Back To Top