You have just joined the Wine in Moderation programme and you are wondering where to start? You will find hereunder a set of tools to support the implementation of the Wine in Moderation programme and the delivery of the moderation message across international audiences.
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Implementation Guide for Wineries
A leaflet and a video have been developed and adapted nationally to explain in an easy and vivid way what the Wine in Moderation Programme is, who we are and what we do. You will find these materials hereunder, they are currently available in nine languages.
Wine in Moderation Programme leaflet
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Wine in Moderation Programme video
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A PowerPoint Presentation to explain the Wine in Moderation Programme to your different stakeholders: en
National coordinators also develop tools at national level, we invite you therefore to contact your national coordinators directly to have more information about the material developed at local level.
The Message leaflet presents the Wine in Moderation message, how you should appreciate wine, who should avoid drinking, etc.
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Posters have been developed to allow members to include a co-branding.
For more information please contact your national coordinator or the WiM Association.
Postcards can be used in consumer events – they are available only in English but can be translated into other languages if necessary – upon request and translation provided)
A video produced by the WiM National Coordinator in Argentina to present the Wine in Moderation message in a modern and fun way.
The M&TNA Report identifies VET needs of key job profiles taking into account differences in approaches, tools, structures, material as well as the issues related to European and national alcohol & health policy, regulatory framework and the health and social aspects of wine drinking.
Training guidelines giving concrete learning outcomes for three key professions: sommeliers, oenologists and physicians/medical doctors. These proposed training guidelines were developed in the frame of the VET-Artdevivre Partnership Project.
Click on the images hereunder for more information.