Kia ora – Welcome to Vinea
Vinea, Latin for vine has been built specifically for the wine industry: wine companies, growers, vineyards and contract labour providers.
With Vinea, the information you need to manage your business and make time-critical decisions is at your fingertips, allowing you and your team to focus on activities that you’re passionate about and drive business success.
Vinea stores and connects measures of crop development, growing activities, environmental conditions and intervention decisions down to the block where the grapes are grown.
Our software and mobile apps enable you to operate paper-free in the field, efficiently streamline your entire business, save time and money, be fully compliant to industry standards and meet worldwide standards of operational excellence.
Vinea is designed and supported in Aotearoa New Zealand and made for growing businesses across the globe.
“Our customers have a passion for growing the best grapes and producing the best wine in the world, made in the most beautiful country in the world. The Vinea team have a passion to help them to do that, all to create that perfect glass of wine!”
Managing Director, Vinea
What our clients say
What I like about Vinea is having all our Viti data at our fingertips. With the scale of our company and grower blocks, we require efficiency at all levels.
We imported our historical data into Vinea’s Vineyard Manager which enabled us to collect and record current data, compare it (to previous years) and then save vineyard and block data in the field, without having to transfer or refer to data, in another system. We also found the Writing Notes tool incredibly valuable.
Through the season, we could update each block on growth stage, vine health, soil management, and berry chemistry (Brix, TA, pH, YAN etc.). It also gave us the ability to take and upload photos related to the notes.
Overall, we’re extremely happy with Vinea Vineyard Manager. Being able to access our information easily meant there was no double handling of data, which resulted in much better efficiency.
Ben Richards, Viticulturalist/Grower Liaison Officer
Indevin New Zealand