Sudvinbio

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Promoting the organic wine industry since 1991 

The Inter-professional Association Sudvinbio was born in 1991, initiated by winegrowers practicing this form of agriculture, in order to collectively promote their wines. Today, Sudvinbio is accepted by all the professionals and the public authorities as an active and dynamic association which has widely contributed to the notoriety of the organic wines from Languedoc-Roussillon and further producing regions and countries, through its actions.

 
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World organic wine fair organised by Sudvinbio since 1993!

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International organic wine contest of Millésime Bio trade fair.

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Regional contest for organic wines from Languedoc-Roussillon.

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Legal watch-dog & quality control, research & trial in the vineyard for Sudvinbio members.

A region

Languedoc-Roussillon: France largest organic wine producing region 

For many years, Languedoc-Roussillon has been a leader in the production and marketing of organic wines. The latest statistics from Agence Bio confirm what is already widely known: in 2011 in this region, there were 1,199 producers for 19,907 ha of land in organic farming + conversion (8,643 ha certified organic, 11,264 ha in conversion). The Languedoc-Roussillon region represents nearly 25% of French organc wine producers and 32% of the retailers nationwide.

A brand

Sud de France: a brand and a lifestyle!

Sud de France is the brand of the food, wine and tourism products of the Languedoc-Roussillon region. By joining this brand, 2,200 companies and 7,800 products are committed to the local origin and the way of thinking associated with recognized regional production, skills and experience. Sudvinbio also is participating in this approach in its communications and PR events.

Go to Sud de France website

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