05.11.2002

"Mountain vine-growing" – No. 14

LIST OF CONTENTS

  • A new Technical Scientific Committee, the same commitment
    F. Bianchi de Aguiar (new President of the CTS) - Editorial
  • Round Table: "Present and future of mountain vine-growing: ideas and tools of economic policy"
  • Heroic vine-growing in Italy: situation and economic policy means
    M.Sorbini, M.Agosta Economics Section (CRIVE) Bologna University - Italy
  • Vine-growing in the Independent Trento Province
    D. Pallaoro, Agricultural Councillor of the Independent Trento Province – Italy
  • Vine-growing in the Aosta Valley
    C.Perrin, Agricultural Councillor of the Independent Aosta Valley Region – Italy
  • Vine-growing in Alto Adige
    H. Scartezzini, Agricultural Councillor of the Independent Bolzano Province – Italy
  • The European Union and mountain vine-growing
    L. Caveri, Member of the European Parliament
  • AREV’s viewpoint (Assembly of European Viticultural Areas)
    J.M. Petit - AREV Bordeaux - France
  • Difficult vine-growing requires special measures
    T. De Mattaeis, Ministry of Agricultural Policies - Rome - Italy
  • The vine-growing and wine-making situation in Galicia
    J.L. Hernaez Manas, Director of the Galicia Vine-growing and Oenology Centre – Spain
  • Some socio-economic considerations on mountain vine-growing
    J. Vallat – Coordinator of the socio-economic group of the CERVIM - Switzerland
  • XIII International Council of the AREV at Courmayeur (AO)
  • Viticultural Alto Douro, world heritage. A cultural landscape alive and evolving.
  • X International Mountain Wine Competition