The wine sector, which lives from the land and therefore directly suffers the imbalances caused by the climate change, can become the spearhead in the fight against climate change and an example of adaptation. In 2008, we set ourselves the objective of reducing by 30% the CO2 emissions per bottle from the vineyard to the final transportation in 2020, through the use of renewable energies, energy efficiency measures, eco-efficient transport, etc.

But in addition to reducing the carbon footprint, we must adapt and think about the future looking for new territories suitable for the cultivation of the vine or identifying varieties that may be more resistant and even yeasts that can reduce the degree of alcohol, for example.

The project of recovering ancestral grape varieties, which we started more than 30 years ago, is a good example of how we can adapt and at the same time, be faithful to our tradition and uniqueness.