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Water reduction practices in European wineries of different size

Jean-Michel Desseigne, IFV - French Institute of Vine and Wine (France)

Water reduction practices in European wineries of different size

Why must we adopt water sparing practices? From preserving and protecting this precious resource, to reinforcing national and EU environmental regulations, to reaching Standards of environmental management systems and also cost reduction.  

In this recording of the webinar “Performing Cleaning & Water Saving: Experimental Data And Good Practices” the speaker Jean-Michel Desseigne talks about sustainable cleaning of cellar equipment, cleaning and sanitising procedures for greater efficiency and water saving, backed up by experimental data and providing also good practices.

Jean-Michel Desseigne is part of the group IFV (Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin) Rhône-Mediterranee in Rodilhan (France), and he’s in charge of the IFV sector of activity “Winemaking Equipment and Processes”. Since 2000, he’s teaching “engineering of winemaking processes” at Supagro of Montpellier. His seminar “rational hygiene in the cellar” has been proposed to a large number of French winemakers.

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Published on 11/24/2021
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