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Yves Dietrich "the organic wine development of production and consumption has to be balanced"

Par Vitisphere Le 05 février 2013
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uring the last Millesime Bio exhibition, Yves Dietrich (organic winemaker in Alsace) gave numeric ground to the sustained development of organic viticulture in France. The last 20 years, organic vineyard surfaces have been multiplied by 20. They now count for 7.4% of French vineyards. "In the wine industry, we already outpassed the short-term objectives of the French government " commented Yves Dietrich. "And I think organic viticulture is able to represent 20% of the French vineyard in 2020. And why not a 100% organic French vineyard in 2030? Although fungal pressures are different between our regions, this goal does not seem unreachable."

He also said that "the sustainability of organic wines can only be assured if the production of organic wine does not exceed the consumer thirst. We need a balance in order to ensure that both consumer and producer growths are maintained at a steady and controlled level. Germany remains an example on must not follow. After a surproduction crisis, the major players are afraid to produce organic wines. This vineyard was way ahead from its time!"

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