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.
ReWine, an ADVID/CoLAB VINES&WINES project whose main objective was to promote good Circular Economy practices already implemented by some companies in the wine sector, is one of the finalists of the 9th edition of the Crédito Agrícola Entrepreneurship and Innovation Award.
|On July 21st, ADVID/CoLAB VINES&WINES participated in the International Congress “Smart and Circular Agriculture towards Sustainability” with the oral communication “The Best Circular Practices in Portugal’s Wine Sector – The ReWine project”, presented by Cátia Santos, a member of this CoLAB.|
ADVID/CoLAB VINES&WINES accompanied the Demonstration Session on tractors of the Antonio Carraro brand, promoted by the Associate Montez Champalimaud Lda. in partnership with the brand and Alfredo Pinto & Filhos, Lda, in order to evaluate the suitability of the proposed solutions to mountain viticulture, more specifically to the reality of the Douro Demarcated Region.
On July 6th, ADVID/CoLAB VINES&WINES welcomed VIMÉTRICA AGRO, Lda, leader of the INCAFO project – Grape Variety Identification through the Leaf, for an exploratory field trip.
This initiative aimed to present the technology under development, which focuses on a varietal identification system, through leaves, using artificial vision, and the collection of hundreds of leaves of different varieties that will assist in the development of models for identifying them. The logistical aspects of a future collaboration with CoLAB in the development of this project with relevance to the sector were also established, and potential synergies between the two entities were explored.
ADVID/CoLAB VINES&WINES participated in TerClim 2022 – 14th International Terroir Congress and the 2nd ClimWine Symposium with the poster “The potential of multispectral/hyperspectral technologies for early detection of “flavesvence dorée” in a Portuguese vineyard”.
The event, which began on the 4th and ends today, aims to bring together scientists from around the world working in viticultural terroirs, studying their physical, biological and human characteristics, and their links to wine quality. The ClimWine symposium focused on the theme of climate change impacts and adaptation strategies, covering topics from climate prediction to socio-economic considerations.