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Sustainable Winegrowing Summit, Valpolicella Verona, Italy
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WOS - WINE OBSERVATORY SUSTAINABILITY Building the stakeholder platform to foster sustainability in the wine sector

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Global Wine Producers Environmental Sustainability Principles
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First Report on Sustainable Winegrowing - towards EXPO Milano 2015
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Magis

Short description:

A sustainability program initiated by Bayer CropScience in cooperation with the University of Milan. Objective: to promote sustainability in viticulture and minimize environmental impact by using precision viticulture techniques. Monitoring vineyards and distributing fertilizers or agrochemicals in a more precise way to enable reduced interventions in the field, as well as reducing the amount of wastes and the overall environmental impact.

Date of publication:
2012

Kind of Tool:
- Protocol
- Guidelines
- Certification

Authorities developing the tool:
University of Milan – vine management
Department of agricultural, forest and food sciences of the University of Turin – management of distribution equipment
Department of forestry and agrarian, technology, science, engineering and economics of the University of Florence – management of distribution equipment
Italian National Research Council Institute of Food Crop Sciences – management and analysis of ochratoxin risk.
Assoenologi (the Italian oenologists’ association) – oenological techniques, sensory analysis
Ager s.c. Agricoltura e ricerca - precision viticulture and qualified technical service
Bayer CropScience – pests and fungus management
Kuhn - vineyard equipment
Spektra Agri - precision viticulture
Image Line - IT system
Nobili - vineyard equipment
New Holland Agriculture - farm equipment
Det Norske Veritas (DNV) - business assurance

Farm demo implementing the tool:
Participation: approximately 106 italian wineries.
See here to find the wineries of Magis: http://magisvino.imagelinenetwork.com/aziende.cfm

Link to official website:
http://magisvino.imagelinenetwork.com/default.cfm?lang=en

Reference Contact:
http://magisvino.imagelinenetwork.com/contatti.cfm