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16 Apr 2018
The annual meeting of the International Federation of Wines and Spirits (FIVS) will be held in Brussels
The annual meeting of the International Federation of Wines and Spirits (FIVS) will be held in Bruss...
02 Feb 2018
Sustainable Winegrowing Summit, Valpolicella Verona, Italy
Olga Bussinello, the Director of Consorzio Tutela Vini Valpolicella:"Excellence in vineyards is the ...
29 Sep 2016
Wine Observatory on Sustainability at the FIVS Meeting in Ottawa
The annual meeting of the Internation Federation of Wines and Spirits (FIVS) will be held in Ottawa ...

Resource Center

30 Jan 2017
WOS - WINE OBSERVATORY SUSTAINABILITY Building the stakeholder platform to foster sustainability in the wine sector

THE PROJECT
The Wine Observatory Sustainability (WOS) is an international no-profit platform aiming to foster sustainability in the wine sector, collecting and coordinating existing experience

19 Apr 2016
Global Wine Producers Environmental Sustainability Principles
Developed by FIVS, the Global Wine Producers Environmental Sustainability Principles (GWPESP) provide a framework to promote a coordinated, efficient and results-driven approach for the international
18 Apr 2016
Wine Sustainability. Past, Present, Future. Sensory characterization of wines as an integral dimension of sustainability
In the 2015 edition of the SIMEI congress it was decided to focus on the matter of sustainability from two different but complementary points of view: the socio-economic and environmental sustainabili
01 Oct 2014
First Report on Sustainable Winegrowing - towards EXPO Milano 2015
The First Report on Sustainable Winegrowing is the result of a complex journey that has involved 37 experts on the topic of sustainable wine from the technical and scientific community, united by this

FARM DEMO

In this page you will find a list of wine farms characterized by the fact of having successfully implemented relevant and consistent sustainable tools.

Please take in mind that it is a growing list that aims to include the most relevant experiences as practical examples to be shared between all the users.

Thus, suggestions about other interesting examples to be included are very welcome.

Please click here if you are interested to include additional farms.
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A first of its kind in Italy, the Monte Vibiano Farm was first established in the 1960’s. Now devoted exclusivelyto agriculture, the farm is maintained by 20 permanent employees on 300 hectares of cultivated land and 400 hectares ...
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Tasca d'Almerita is a big Sicilian wine farm and has almost six hundred hectares planted with vines, and exports their products to four continents. Six hundred hectares, five estates and two resorts, all cultivated slowly, respecting the land ...
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Planeta is a Sicilian wine producer built on a long agricultural tradition handed down since 1500 through 17 generations in the area between Sambuca di Sicilia and Menfi.Today Planeta represents not just one, but six ways of developing ...
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The Mastroberardino family has been involved in the socio-cultural context of wine-making for almost three centuries. The most authoritative reports suggest that someone named Berardino, taking the professional title 'Mastro' - master craftsman - began the lineage in ...
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The history of Masi is the history of a family and its vineyards in the Venetian regions. The name itself derives from "Vaio dei Masi", the small valley in Valpolicella acquired by the Boscaini family, who are still ...
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