Azienda Agricola Bernardi

Results validated by DNV GL

We blend the most innovative vineyard and winery practices with our love for the land and the wine it produces. It is a family legacy: we portray the region we were born in through its best fruit. In particular its Prosecco DOCG. In 1975 we made a choice. A choice that meant tending to the vines that dominate the landscape of these hills. We put our heart into how best we could nurture our grapes to yield top shelf wine, which led to renovating the winery. An overall choice to combine meticulous viticulture practices with quality oenology.

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AIR indicator reflects the total greenhouse gas emission directly or indirectly associated with the company activities (GHG Inventory). Total emissions are divided into three categories: direct emissions generated from sources of ownership or under the control of the company (Scope 1-Direct emissions); indirect emissions due to the company's energy consumption (Scope 2-Energy indirect emissions); indirect emissions generated by sources not owned or controlled by the company not related to energy consumption (Scope 3-Other indirect emissions).
The result is graphically represented by the ring, where the total emissions are expressed in tons of CO2 equivalents (tCO2eq) and the colored segments represent the contribution of each Scope.

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DETAILS
Scope 1 – Direct emissions
Scope 2 – Energy indirect emissions
Scope 3 – Other indirect emissions

Organization WATER indicator quantifies the volume of fresh water directly or indirectly used for field winery and production activities. 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.

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DETAILS
GREEN WATER
BLUE WATER
GREY WATER

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).

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Environmental Impact
A
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A
B
C
D
E
MAX

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