Barbaresco Faset 2015

Michele Chiarlo

Results validated by DNV GL

Among the most recognised areas of Barbaresco, in the 1900s all of Faset belonged the Conti Cocito di Neive,
It's a storic vineyard 1 Hectar wide planted in 1965 facing south-west
The soil, rich in calcium and magnesium, make it an excellent area which gives the Barbaresco its silkiness with elegant tannins.

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AIR indicator reflects the total greenhouse gas emission directly or indirectly associated with the production of a 0.75 liter bottle of wine. Its value is calculated in terms of kg of CO2 equivalent. The life cycle of a bottle of wine comprises four main phases: vineyard management, transformation of grapes into wine, bottling, distribution, bottles refrigeration and glass disposal.
The emissions produced by each phase (named respectively vineyard, cellar distribution and consumption) are measured as a percentage of the total emissions produced during the life cycle of one bottle of wine.

1.52 kg
of CO2 eq./bottle 0.75 L

The indicator WATER quantifies the volume of fresh water used directly or indirectly for the production of a 0.75 liter bottle of wine. Water consumption takes into account three different types of water: rain water (green water), irrigation water (blue water) and recycled irrigation water (grey water). The volume of each kind of water is expressed as a percentage of the overall volume of water consumed during production activities.

1,433 L
of H2O/bottle 0.75 L

VINEYARD indicator measures the agricultural practices impact: the use of agrochemicals and their effects on ground water, air and soil quality; the soil management which includes the use of fertilizers; the management of organic materials; phenomena such as compaction and erosion and other activities that can affect biodiversity. The impact of such parameters are expressed on a scale from A to E (A = minimal environmental impact; E = strong environmental impact).

Environmental Impact

TERRITORY indicator assesses the impact of winery's activities on its surrounding area and local community. This includes: the impact on surrounding biodiversity, taking also into account initiatives carried out by the wine company to protect and preserve the environment; the social and economic impact on local workforce (both in terms of job creation and job quality); the impact on local communities that is producers and consumers. Such indicator analyses whether the winery has respected the socio-economic parameters required by the project.

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VIVA. Sustainable wine
Ministero dell'ambiente e della tutela del territorio e del mare