Our goal is to expose the new paradigm of quantitative analysis and bring the experience of more than 20 years of asset-management, trading, consulting and developing software for the financial and energy markets to the world of wine.

We are partners of a leading university in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and our expertise lies in the development of quantitative tools and solutions, based on mathematics, statistics and applied computational intelligence, to support the decision making process.

It is our belief that the use of quantitative tools – i.e., algorithms created to extract relevant information from raw data – will help wine lovers and the wine industry to improve their knowledge, skills and strategic decision-making.

With this idea in mind we developed several proprietary tools/indicators to support the decision making process in the following areas: 1) VINEYARD SITE SELECTION: selection of a vineyard site location based on the quantitative analysis of climatological data, and identification of the varieties that best suit the local climate (VCA & HTI); 2) WINE EVALUATION: evaluation of wines via the quantitative analysis and pricing of the economic value of the grape-growing and winemaking practices (and techniques) employed throughout the production process (WEVI); 3) VINTAGE EVALUATION: assessment of the quality of a specific vintage, from a specific wine region, based on the quantitative analysis of temperature and precipitation data from that year’s growing season (VEI).

11/11/12 - Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhône, Napa & Sonoma 2012 Vintage Ratings (VEI) Available!: click here to view 05/10/12 - 2012 Southern Hemisphere (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Australia, New Zealand & South Africa) Vintage Evaluator Index (VEI) Data Now Available!: click here to view 02.11 - Saint Helena & Angwin (Howell Mountain) Vintage Evaluator Index (VEI) Data Now Available!: click here to view 02.11 - Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhône, Loire, Piedmont, Chianti, Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Priorat, Douro, Napa & Sonoma 2011 Vintage Ratings (VEI) Available!: click here to view 02.11 - Contrasts in the 2011 Vintage: warm and dry in Bordeaux and Burgundy; cold in Sonoma and cool in Napa: click here to view

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