EcoSostenibleWine 2019 will take place on May 14th in Vilafranca del Penedès
Can we reduce the levels of copper used to control pests in vineyards? Can we implement organic vine growing that includes environmental aspects such as CO2 emissions?
These are two of the main questions that will be discussed at the sixth edition of EcoSostenibleWine, taking place in Vilafranca del Penedès on May 14th.
Once again this year, ESW will become the forum for debate and reflection for the wine sector, responding to questions regarding how to carry out environmentally friendly vine growing that will go beyond the current organic farming legislation and evolve in parallel to the climate reality we’re experiencing.
The demand for wines today is increasingly associated with production processes that respect the environment and the landscape, thus making it essential for the world of vineyards and wine to consider new models of wine production. In this sense, the industry is calling for more coherence in order to be proactive in reducing emissions. This is just one example of what will be discussed at EcoSostenibleWine by international professionals who are experts on the subject, representing both the private sector as well as institutions such as the European Commission on Agriculture.