Comité européen des entreprises vins (Ceev) welcomed the European Commission’s proposal for an Eu soil monitoring and resilience law as “a first key step towards better vineyard’s soil protection and regeneration in Europe.”

Ceev Secretary General and Fivs Interim Co-President Ignacio Sánchez Recarte noted the fundamental role that soil plays in the development of vines and grapes, and said the Ceev would “continue to engage with European institutions and stakeholders throughout the legislative process to help achieve a good level of soil protection, while recognizing the specificities of our sector and the diversity of viticultural practices in the different production regions."

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