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We are Pro sustainability

in Italian viticulture

The project

VIVA

In 2011, the Ministry of the Environment and the Protection of the Territory and the Sea launched the national project VIVA “Sustainability in viticulture in Italy”, which aims to improve the sustainability performance of the entire wine chain through the analysis of four scientifically recognized indicators developed on the basis of international standards and regulations:

Thanks to the experience gained and a continuous dialogue with the numerous companies that adhere to the project, in 2016 the new VIVA 2.0 specifications were published. This methodological evolution has made the application of the VIVA method simpler and more effective, increasing the usability for all operators in the sector. Through synergistic activities with the national wine industry, specific training actions and the promotion of dialogue with associations and stakeholders, VIVA wants to promote a coordinated approach, which can allow the dissemination of the culture of sustainability at national and international level.

The project

VIVA

In 2011, the Ministry of the Environment and the Protection of the Territory and the Sea launched the national project VIVA “Sustainability in viticulture in Italy”, which aims to improve the sustainability performance of the entire wine chain through the analysis of four scientifically recognized indicators developed on the basis of international standards and regulations:

Thanks to the experience gained and a continuous dialogue with the numerous companies that adhere to the project, in 2016 the new VIVA 2.0 specifications were published. This methodological evolution has made the application of the VIVA method simpler and more effective, increasing the usability for all operators in the sector. Through synergistic activities with the national wine industry, specific training actions and the promotion of dialogue with associations and stakeholders, VIVA wants to promote a coordinated approach, which can allow the dissemination of the culture of sustainability at national and international level.

Guidelines

VIVA
Firriato has joined in a voluntary, proactive way, and contributed to be committed in the front line, by joining the VIVA project and integrating the methodology for quantifying and monitoring data relating to its environmental footprint.
In this sense, the project aims to provide the company
  • with simple guidelines, drawn up by an independent Scientific Committee, capable of directing business choices towards greater sustainability in the use of resources;
  • precise indicators aimed at the objective measurement of sustainability performance
The Disciplinary consists of 10 minimum requirements that include aspects ranging from:
  • measurement of the water footprint (water footprint
  • carbon footprint
  • survey of flora and fauna biodiversity
  • territorial development
  • energy saving

Guidelines

VIVA
Firriato has joined in a voluntary, proactive way, and contributed to be committed in the front line, by joining the VIVA project and integrating the methodology for quantifying and monitoring data relating to its environmental footprint.

In this sense, the project aims to provide the company

  • with simple guidelines, drawn up by an independent Scientific Committee, capable of directing business choices towards greater sustainability in the use of resources;

  • precise indicators aimed at the objective measurement of sustainability performance

The Disciplinary consists of 10 minimum requirements that include aspects ranging from:

  • measurement of the water footprint (water footprint
  • carbon footprint
  • survey of flora and fauna biodiversity
  • territorial development
  • energy saving

Results

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per liter of wine produced

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Volume of water per bottle of wine produced

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KW per bottle of wine produced

0 CO2

per liter of wine produced

0 liters

Volume of water per bottle of wine produced

0 Kwh

KW per bottle of wine produced

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