Bio Bourgogne and Interbio Franche-Comté are organizing a day to discuss with viticulture experts on the theme of adaptation to climate change. On registration.
Climate change shakes up agriculture every year a little more: faced with this phenomenon, viticulture is not spared.
It is in this context that the BIO BOURGOGNE and Interbio Franche-Comté associations wanted to bring together experts and stakeholders in the vine around the theme of adaptation to climate change in viticulture. A symposium will be held on the subject on Thursday March 9, 2023, at the Beaune wine school.
The goal of the day? Alternate expert analyzes with feedback from the winegrowers present that day. The opportunity for them to ask their questions and testify about the reality of their operations.
Territorial anchorage will leave room for the global context of the vineyards, but a focus will allow to discuss in more detail the grape varieties and the impact of climate change on the territories of Jura and Burgundy.
Guests with varied fields of expertise
This day of exchanges will be an opportunity to address various themes around the vine: the fight against frost, choice of grape varieties and rootstocks, etc. This symposium bringing together several experts also aims to provide concrete solutions to organic winegrowers. Thus, the afternoon will be devoted to the adaptation of viticultural practices, in particular through the management of the canopy and the soil.
To punctuate the exchanges, no less than four experts are expected and will represent the Interprofessional Champagne Wine Committee (CIVC), the GEST association (Terroir Study and Monitoring Group) or the French Institute of Vine and of Wine (IFV).
Practical information :
Thursday March 9, 2023, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the amphitheater of the Lycée viticole de Beaune.
Registration required to participate in the day, possibility of lunch on site, by reservation before February 16: https://forms.gle/G4XYJ27desXk9AG78