The Government of Ireland disregards the political orientation agreement of the European Parliament, through the approved BECA report and registers before the European institutions its… Read More »AREV deplores Ireland’s unilateral choices in its wine labelling policy
In an open letter released yesterday, signed by the Assembly of European Wine Regions (AREV), together with the Association of European Regions for Products of… Read More »AREV defends a management of Geographical Indications linked to the European Commission
The Assembly of European Wine Regions (AREV) is delighted with the agreement on the reform of the village agricultural policy. It offers the stability and… Read More »CAP: AREV welcomes a reform that offers visibility and stability to wine-producing regions
The European Union and the United States have agreed on Tuesday 15 June 2021 for a lasting escalation of the conflict that opposes them in… Read More »AREV welcomes the agreement reached on tariffs between the EU and the USA
The day before yesterday, on 3 May, the Assembly of European Wine Regions (AREV) organised a well-attended Webinar on the new CAP and also on… Read More »Despair and a call for help from the wine sector is the focus of the AREV webinar on the CAP reform
Following the steps taken by the European wine sector’s politicians and professionals, represented within the Assembly of European Wine Regions (AREV), with the different representatives… Read More »CAP 2023 moves forward, but until then, what about the wine sector?
European wine-producing countries unite their position ahead of next week’s AGRIFISH Council meeting
Following the last meeting of the Agriculture and Fisheries Council (AGRIFISH), held in March, in which the Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Luis Planas Puchades, asked… Read More »European wine-producing countries unite their position ahead of next week’s AGRIFISH Council meeting