The European Commission published its legislative proposal on 1 June, work in the Council is ongoing and the European Parliament’s AGRI Committee is expected to present its draft reports on this subject on 21 November. What are EFOW’s priorities? The
Following the publication of the European Commission proposals on a CAP reform, EFOW is positioning itself on the major challenges for the future of wine appellations.
Brussels, 22 May 2018 The use of copper compounds as a phytosanitary substance is currently being re-evaluated at the EU level. Sometime in June, the European Commission will make a proposal on the renewal or the prohibition of its homologation
Brussels, 12th March 2018 | The European associations representing the alcoholic beverage’ sector have presented today to European Health Commissioner Andriukaitis their proposal for a self-regulation to give consumers clear information about the ingredients and nutritional content of alcoholic drinks.
Brussels, Tuesday 12 December 2017. The European Parliament and the AGRI-FISH Council of Ministers have today ratified the agricultural part of the Omnibus Regulation. EFOW, the European Federation of Origin Wines, warmly welcomes this adoption. The agricultural component of the
22 November 2017, Brussels. At the first congress of the European Federation of Origin Wines, EFOW (www.efow.eu) held in Brussels today, participants reflected on the performance of the European wine sector and in particular of Geographical Indication (GI) wines over
Brussels, 11 October 2017. EFOW, the European Federation of Origin Wines (www.efow.eu), took part to the first G7 of Geographical Indications (GI) which took place in Bergamo (Italy) on 11 October 2017. In presence of the Italian Minister of Agriculture,
What do you think of the 19th edition of VinExpo? Vinexpo is a fair with specificities which makes it unmissable. It may be less business oriented than other wine fairs, but its ambience on and off site gives it a
On 4 April Eurostat published an article stating that in the EU in 2015 there were “2.4 million holdings cultivating 3.2 million hectares of vineyards”. The document underlines the fact that 2.5 million hectares of vineyards were dedicated to producing