Sustainable Wine Tourism Practices

Albino Armani Viticoltori dal 1607

Four hundred years amongst vineyards and a passion for wine. The history of the Armani family and that of viticulture in the Adige Valley, between the provinces of Trento and Verona, have been evolving together, without interruption, for more than 4 centuries. Today “Albino Armani Viticoltori dal 1607” means territory, or rather territories.

Tscharke Wines

Sustainability in any industry is a commitment. Like any commitment, sacrifices must be made, and challenges must be faced before the reward can be enjoyed. For Tscharke, their commitment to sustainability is taken so seriously that there was barely enough time to celebrate their win in the Sustainable Wine Tourism Practices category in the Best of Wine Tourism Award.

Superuco Winery

Like many great projects, SuperUco was born as a shared dream, which with time and work we were sculpting into a solid reality. The four Michelini brothers, Gerardo, Matías, Gabriel and Juan Pablo, together with Daniel Sammartino, gestated the idea, developed it and transformed it for almost five years to turn it into this fertile present that we had imagined long ago in time. Five people united by a project, by an idea of ​​wine, but especially by a passion.Today, SuperUco is a constant search to polish, with increasing precision, the art of making wines from the terroir where we live. Wines from the terroir of which we are part. We make pure wines; wines with a transparent message that express all the complexity of their origin. The Uco Valley; our place in the world.

 

Weingut Dreissigacker

Dreissigacker Winery covers 48 hectares and has been certified organic since 2007. The name Dreissigacker does not stand for light weights, but for particularly powerful, fine mineral and elegant wines.

Sustainability was also the basic idea behind the construction of the new place of activity, which the jury honoured with a Best Of Wine Tourism Award in the corresponding category "Sustainability in Wine Tourism".

JUAN CARLOS SANCHA, S.L.

Mr. Juan Carlos Sancha, Doctor in Viticulture and Oenology and professor of Oenology at the University of La Rioja, and his wife, Mrs. Marian Nalda, are personally committed to a project that fights to avoid forgetting minority grape varieties and pulling up old vines.

Vignerons de Tutiac

Les Vignerons de Tutiac” go one step further regarding environmental preservation. Bordeaux’s leading cooperative winery is committed to an Agri Confiance® approach that encourages an environmentally friendly viticulture. 

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