PORTUGUESE, OF COURSE! Competitiveness - Defining and delivering the Portuguese wines consumers will want to buy.
TOUGHER THAN EVER! Sustainability - Designing and delivering a resilient Portuguese vine and wine system.
ADVID’s participation was promoted under some of its current strategic lines – Climate Change, Sustainable Production and Economic Sustainability – through the EYESonTRAPS, INFRAVINI, VINIOT and VINCI projects.
Also in focus was the demonstration of the open access platform – ADVIDclim, with climate projections for mainland Portugal in the time periods 2020, 2050 and 2080.
The European Event Agriculture 4.0 – Driving Sustainability for the European Wine Sector is promoted by ADVID, through CoLAB VINES&WINES, and will take place online on June 16, between 9am and 5pm.
See the program and register here.
ADVID/CoLAB VINES&WINES is involved in an innovative project to reduce the use of copper in vineyards – COPPEREPLACE.
This is an international initiative approved and funded by the Interreg Sudoe Programme, which aims to offer integrated, innovative, and viable solutions to reduce the use of copper while promoting environmentally sustainable production.
Visit the website for more information at www.coppereplace.com.
The SustainWine project aims to develop a training and environmental education program adapted to different audiences. Its purpose is to promote and publicize the best that is already being done in viticultural ecosystems, regarding the conservation and protection of biodiversity.
For the next few weeks, different informative and didactic contents will be published, focused on the dissemination of good practices that have already been adopted by many wine producers, as well as their importance as an identity value of our territory.
Are you sure that the wine you have bought is authentic? This is probably one of the questions that today’s consumers are concerned about when they buy a bottle of expensive and high-quality wine. Blockchain technology has the potential to overcome important barriers faced in implementing wine provenance and traceability schemes.
Modern viticulture faces several challenges, with climate change being probably the biggest of all, especially in southern Europe and the Mediterranean.