Lettera congiunta dei Consorzi tutela della Campania al presidente della Regione De Luca

Comunicazione inviata al presidente della Regione Campania De Luca con una serie di proposte del comparto vitivinicolo campano per il contrasto degli effetti dell’epidemia “Covid-19”, a firma di tutti i consorzi di tutela campani.

Il Consorzio Tutela Vini Vesuvio a supporto dei consumatori e delle cantine

Il Consorzio Tutela Vini Vesuvio, in considerazione dell’emergenza sanitaria Covid-19, ha promosso alcune azioni di valorizzazione e promozione dei vini Vesuvio DOP e Pompeiano IGP.

Verso il distretto agroalimentare di qualità Vesuvio

Invito a partecipare al 2° incontro di animazione territoriale, che si terrà presso il Museo MATT in Corso Luigi Einaudi, Terzigno (Na), il prossimo venerdì 13 dicembre a partire dalle ore 16:00.

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The Vesuvius Wine Protection Consortium embodies a heritage of cultures and traditions that represent the driving force of a network of producers open to new challenges to affirm the values, authenticity and distinctiveness of a territory: the Monte Somma - Vesuvius geological complex.

The Vesuvius Wine Protection Consortium embodies a heritage of cultures and traditions that represent the driving force of a network of producers open to new challenges to affirm the values, authenticity and distinctiveness of a territory: the Monte Somma - Vesuvius geological complex.

The Consortium, which was founded in 2007 by a group of far-sighted winemakers, obtained in 2015 the regulatory recognition by the Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies (Ministerial Decree n. 45784 of 24.06.2015), with the exclusive conferral of the erga omnes obligations and the task of promoting, enhancing and handling the interests connected with the Vesuvio DOP and Pompeiano IGP denominations.

In terms of certified quantity, 70.63% of the shareholder structure is represented by Vesuvio DOP and 81.00% by Pompeiano IGP (data from Agroqualità S.P.A., the Italian company of quality control and certification).

Consorzio Tutela Vini Vesuvio | I vini del vulcano più famoso al mondo     Consorzio Tutela Vini Vesuvio | I vini del vulcano più famoso al mondo

The Consortium

400

Hectares

114

Wine Entrepreneurs

11.000

Hectoliters Produced

35

Types of Wines

" Si narra che un pezzo di Paradiso precipitò nel Golfo di Napoli quando Lucifero fu scacciato. Cristo, addolorato per la perdita di colui che era stato l’angelo più buono, pianse. Là dove caddero le sue lacrime, nacquero delle viti il cui vino si chiamò per questo Lacryma Christi. "

" Si narra che un pezzo di Paradiso precipitò nel Golfo di Napoli quando Lucifero fu scacciato. Cristo, addolorato per la perdita di colui che era stato l’angelo più buono, pianse. Là dove caddero le sue lacrime, nacquero delle viti il cui vino si chiamò per questo Lacryma Christi. "

— Carlton Sparks, Executive Officer

The Territorial System of the Monte Somma - Vesuvius Rural Complex has a territorial surface of 215.8 square kilometres, equal to 18% of the provincial territory. It includes the territories of 17 municipalities, all falling within the province of Naples.

The Territorial System of the Monte Somma - Vesuvius Rural Complex has a territorial surface of 215.8 square kilometres, equal to 18% of the provincial territory. It includes the territories of 17 municipalities, all falling within the province of Naples.

The vine with its 391 hectares characterises the landscapes of all the municipalities that form the System, and is mainly cultivated in companies whose business centre falls within the municipalities of Terzigno (86.6 hectares of vines), Boscotrecase (82.4 hectares of vines) and Trecase (67.1 hectares of vines). Just over half (52%) of the vineyard area is declared with a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) for the production of Vesuvio DOC and Lacryma Christi DOC wines.

The Territory

Vesuvio PDO and Pompeiano PGIThe cultivation of vines and the production of wine have always characterised the history of the Vesuvian area, starting with the first Greek settlements in the 18th century BC of Ischia and Cuma.

Protected Wines

The Vesuvius Wine Protection Consortium counts 114 members between winemakers, family-run agriculture companies, vintners and bottlers, representing the most modern manufacturing realities, including some of the largest ones.

Producers

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