DAY 3 - WEDNESDAY, MAY 25

GREEN WINE FUTURE SPAIN
In Association with Interprofesional del Vino de España
08.00am to 2.00pm (GMT+2/UTC+2) Spain Time Zone

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08.00 – 09.00 – Review Day 2

09.00 - 09.15 – Welcome speeches

  • Susana García Dolla

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​09.15 – 09.30 – Keynote 9 – FERNANDO VALLADARES: THE CHALLENGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE

SPONSORED BY:

THE AMERICAN COLLEGE IN SPAIN
 

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​​09.30 – 10.30 – Session 13: WINE GRAPES IN A CHANGING CLIMATE – As the world warms and the wine industry considers its options, many vignerons are experimenting with new varieties in an effort to future-proof their businesses. This session involves a discussion on different approaches taken to achieve the same goal.

SPONSORED BY: WINEALLY

  • Moderator: José Vouillamoz

  • Darrell Lizamore

  • Ingrid Poblete

  • Laura Catena

  • Antonio Graça

10.30 – 10.45 – Networking & Coffee Break
 

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10.45 – 11.45 - Session 14: INTERNATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS: WHY OR WHY NOT? – There are many certifications on sustainability and beyond. Are they important to the winery? If so, what are the options and choices available? These presenters will discuss the merits and benefits of several programs and why or why not wineries should consider them.

SPONSORED BY: TOTA

  • Moderator: Elin McCoy

  • Belinda Jackson

  • Alison Sokol Blosser

  • Elizabeth Whitlow

  • Petrus Bosman

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11.45 – 12.45 – Session 15: PACKAGING: BETTER, EASIER, CHEAPER – From bottles to shippers to closures, packaging is integral to the perception of a wine brand. In addition, these materials can be a major piece of cost of goods. What is your packaging signaling? Can you use more earth-friendly materials AND save on costs? This session will discuss the options and alternatives to today’s packaging trends.

SPONSORED BY: WISPERTS

  • Moderator: Jimena Amorós

  • Patrick Spencer

  • Tristan Destremau

  • Alejandro De Ponte

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12.45 – 13.00 – Keynote 10 – JONATHAN FOLEY - REACHING DRAWDOWN: A HOPEFUL SCIENCE-BASED APPROACH TO ADDRESS THE CLIMATE CRISIS

SPONSORED BY: AEB

13.00 – 14.00 - Networking & Lunch Break - Join your fellow attendees on our Hopin platform to discuss the morning session and expectations for the afternoon.

GREEN WINE FUTURE FRANCE
In Association with Cave de Gan Jurançon
2.00pm to 6.30pm (GMT+2/UTC+2) France Time Zone

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14.00 – 14.15 – Welcome speeches

  • François Bayrou

  • François Ruhlmann

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14.15 – 14.30 – Keynote 11 – ROGER BOULTON: DESIGNING WINERIES TO CAPTURE AND SEQUESTER CO2

SPONSORED BY:

BAROSSA AUSTRALIA

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14.30 - 15.30 - Session 16: THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACT OF RENEWABLE POWER – Power costs are significant to a running winery. It requires a lot of energy to keep all the lights on and the wine cool. Energy from renewable sources is becoming better and cheaper. Solar installations are becoming the norm for many wineries. This session will address the viability of using more renewable energy sources in the production cycle.

SPONSORED BY: PERNOD RICARD WINEMAKERS

  • Moderator: Cyril Penn

  • José Carlos Matos

  • Victoria Gonzalez-Gordon

  • Michael Parks

  • Brett McKinnon

15.30 – 15.45 – Networking & Coffee Break - Join your fellow attendees on our Hopin platform to share insights regarding the last session and discuss what you’d like to see in the next session.

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15.45 – 16.45 – Session 17: TURNING WATER INTO WINE EFFICIENTLY – It takes a lot of water to make wine. Depending on location and vineyard practices, it can take 960 liters of water to make one liter of wine. Upon first glance this seemingly wasteful act is irresponsible considering the record draughts many wine regions have experienced during the past decade. This panel will discuss methods of reducing water use, treating wastewater for reuse, and how small changes can make a big difference.

SPONSORED BY: TREASURY WINES ESTATES

  • Moderator: David Graves

  • Francesco Cinzano

  • Tom Shapland

  • Graham O´Rourke

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16.45 – 17.45 - Session 18: A WINERY’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ITS COMMUNITY – One of the main pillars of sustainability is building a thriving community. Community encompasses any stakeholder regardless its distance from the point of origin or relative size to it. What is the responsibility of a business to its greater community? Is being a good corporate citizen beneficial to the future growth of a wine producer? These presenters will examine this from multiple angles and suggest points of action.

SPONSORED BY: HARPERS

  • Moderator: Andrew Catchpole

  • Geoff Matthews

  • Aurelio Montes

  • Rollo Gabb

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17.45 – 18.00 – Keynote 12 – SYLVIA EARLE: WE MUST PROTECT OUR OCEANS

SPONSORED BY:

PLANET FUTURE FOUNDATION