Green Wine Future International Conference 2022
The most influential names in wine gather from May 23 to 26, 2022 for this extraordinary international conference on sustainable development
Miami, Florida, United States (November 11, 2022) – To address the critical issues of sustainability, the climate crisis, biodiversity, wine tourism, regenerative viticulture, carbon improvement, water resources, energy efficiency and opportunities for A truly green business, Chrand Events has created Green Wine Future as the highlight of its Climate Change & Wine and Avenir Vins conferences. The most ambitious environmental conference ever for the wine community will launch May 23-26, 2022 as a fully online gathering. Broadcast in four languages ââsimultaneously (English, Spanish, French, Italian) from 8 different regions of the planet at their respective time. areas: United States, Chile, Portugal, Spain, France, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
In 2006, Chrand Events launched the world’s first international conference on climate change and wine, and the first event examining the impacts of the climate crisis on an industry. Since this edition in Spain, Chrand Events has organized many other international conferences in Hong Kong, Portugal and other parts of the world showcasing the most influential names in the wine industry and visionary world leaders such as US President Barack Obama, Nobel Laureate Al Gore, and UN Secretary General Kofi Annan among many others.
âGreen Wine Future will share with wine professionals countless valuable aspects of how their peers approach sustainability issues by creating solutions to issues in the vineyard, cellar, supply and sales flows,â said said David Furer, host and co-organizer of Green Wine. Future.
In response to current global conditions, the first edition of Green Wine Future Chrand will offer a whole new way to attend a conference and speakers to present their information, a hands-on and hands-on approach through video footage, documentaries and broadcasts. live. Broadcasting live from the vineyards, images of innovative solutions to the climate crisis, interactive documentaries specially recorded for the event are just some of the highlights of GWF. This virtual technology will allow wineries and wine companies to be present at the GWF Virtual Expo, showcasing their wines, products and services. The innovative technology will also allow delegates, speakers and exhibitors to network virtually for a period of 2 weeks prior to the conference.
The discussion about hosting a virtual conference instead of a hybrid or in-person event was driven by the pandemic, but more importantly to make the event as carbon-efficient as possible. âVirtual conferences and trade shows are one of the most environmentally friendly ways to organize events because it significantly reduces the carbon footprint of organizers, speakers, delegates and sponsors, but also it is much more profitable, âsaid Pancho Campo, founder of the Avenir Vins Events.
www.greenwinefuture.com will launch in English and Spanish on Tuesday, November 16 at 5:00 p.m. CEST. The program will highlight its host regions, topics, virtual exhibit, podcast series and established speakers such as Miguel Torres, Roger Boulton, Kim Nicholas, Riccardo Cotarella, Laura Catena, Andrew Caillard, Allison Jordan, Paul Mabray, Gaia Gaja, Francis Ford Coppola and Trudie Styler.
“We are expecting more than 100 speakers from all over the world to show which initiatives are implemented at all levels of the industry, and thanks to the latest digital technologies and our marketing strategy, our goal is to federate international trade around the most worrying issue. affecting our society and our industry âsaid Michael Wangbickler, President of Balzac Communications & Marketing, co-organizer of GWF22.
The event garnered the support of many key wine organizations and allies, including the Wine Institute of California, Napa Valley Vintners, Interprofesional del Vino de EspaÃ±a, Barossa Valley Winegrowers, Wines of Chile, Wines of Portugal, the Porto Protocol and the United Nations.
Green Wine Future 2022 registrations will be available from November 15e To www.greenwinefuture.com.