Accountability has been at the heart of the Wine in Moderation Programme since the very beginning, addressing the challenge of presenting in a tangible and measurable way its contribution to securing responsible and moderate drinking patterns and reducing misuse and abuse of alcohol and related harm.
The performance of the programme is based on Key Performance Indicators set to measure the investment (input) and results (output) and are measured with the support of all national contact points. In addition, the impact and the outcomes of all Wine in Moderation activities is measured and evaluated with the support of external independent companies (3rd Bodies).
Awarded by the European Commission for its outstanding monitoring reports as a laudable example of a very comprehensively written report, Wine in Moderation has continuously continued working hard with all stakeholders to make this tool relevant.
For more information take a look at the Wine in Moderation Reports hereunder:
|To download our 10 Years' Report for a Sustainable Culture of Wine click here. Or visit our dedicated microsite.|
|To download the short version of the Wine in Moderation Implementation Report 2014-2016 click here|
|Click here to download the extended version of the Wine in Moderation Implementation Report 2014-2015 |
To optimise reading, we advise readers to view the document as two-page display and to show the cover page in a single page.
|To download the short version of the Wine in Moderation Implementation Report 2014-2015 click here |
Wine in Moderation Implementation Report 2014 - 2015 - short version / long version
|To view our report online please click here|
| || |
|Wine in Moderation Implementation Report 2008-2010|
The Wine in Moderation Commitment 2011-2013 submitted in 2014 reached excellence by receiving the highest possible score of 100%.
The 2013 intermediate report for the WIM commitment received the outstanding score of 93% in the 2013 assessment of EAHF monitoring activities, scoring way above the EAHF’s commitment average.