On our blog, you will find the latest news about our association and members, as well as interesting and pertinent information about regenerative viticulture.
The 3rd Regenerative Viticulture Conference delved into how microbial soil life makes vineyards more resilient
It was held held at the Castell de Falset, on Tuesday, 16 May
Save the date: May 16, 3rd Regenerative Viticulture Conference
Entitled 'Soil microbiology: key to resilient viticulture', the event will be held at Castell de Falset, in Priorat
‘The regeneration game', an interesting article by Jancis Robinson in the Financial Times
The renowned wine critic is a great advocate and disseminator of regenerative viticulture. In this article she talks about the new RVA certification
RVA, the first international certification in regenerative viticulture comes into force
It is called Regenerative Viticulture Alliance and can be applied for using the form found on this website.
Exclusive webinar for members
How to correctly manage cover crops in the vineyard
Experts in regenerative viticulture show the sector the importance of switching models to slow climate change
Award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Management
Atlas of Soil Biodiversity: an interesting publication about the importance of European soil biodiversity and its threats
Published by the European Commission in 2010, this book introduces the reader to "life below ground" and how to respond to threats to its biodiversity.
Constitution and presentation of the Association
On Monday, November 15, the founding act of the Association was signed before a notary and was presented to the media at an event in Barcelona
Days of wine and olives: how the old farming ways are paying off in Spain
The British daily newspaper The Guardian publishes an interesting article on regenerative viticulture, which includes the experience of Familia Torres.
Vilafranca del Penedès welcomes the 1st Regenerative Viticulture Conference
National and international experts champion a new agricultural model that can help combat climate change and benefits both the vineyard and planet
Allan Savory. “I can't give you any best management practice except to manage holistically.”
We really only manage three things: the economy, human beings, and nature, and in all three cases, we have to do so holistically.
Darren Doherty: “We have 3000 members from over 70 countries who have joined the regenerative agroecology movement.”
The Regrarians platform, also known as the scale of permanence, consists of a comprehensive framework to plan, manage, design, and implement regenerative agroecological systems
Pilar Andrés: “Everything we do with the soil has enormous repercussions on environmental management
Scientific evidence has shown that managing soils well, and the life that exists within them, plays an essential role in soil restoration, improving soil quality and its capacity to sequester carbon, as well as in the nourishment and fertil
Francesc Font: “Regenerative agriculture lets you produce healthier food, earn a better living, and take care of the planet”
The evidence of climate change and desertification led Francesc Font and his wife Nuri to research and learn about regenerative agriculture, which they then applied to a successful winegrowing operation.
Miguel Torres: “Protecting the fertility of our soils means protecting the earth for future generations”
Regenerative viticulture is the only model that takes the carbon cycle into account. Imagine how much atmospheric carbon the world's 7.4 million hectares of vineyards could capture.