The Wine & Law Program joins Wine in Moderation and becomes the first academic entity to join WiM association as an Observer.
Hosted by the University of Reims and located in the heart of Champagne, the University of Reims Law School aims to enhance the legal study and research of wine law and will thus be looking to contribute to the important work carried out by Wine in Moderation by advising on the protection of the Wine in Moderation trademark, but also by discussing the issues related to digital consumer information on wine, health and low risk patterns of consumption.
Press Release – Brussels, July 3rd, 2018 – The Colombian association, ASOVINOS, joins Wine in Moderation confirming the position of the responsible movement on the South American continent and strengthening the reach of the message in the region.
Le Copa et la Cogeca ont aujourd’hui réaffirmé leur engagement envers une culture du vin durable, dominée par une consommation responsable, et ont renouvelé leur participation au programme Wine in Moderation.
Press Release – Brussels, May 9th, 2018 – Uruguay becomes the third country from South America to join the Wine in Moderation programme strengthening the reach of the moderation message on the American continent.
Press Release – Bordeaux, 13 March 2018: The cooperation between Wine in Moderation and Vinexpo, which was officialized in Bordeaux, will be looking to raise knowledge on wine, health and responsible drinking, to raise the significance of social responsibility in the alcoholic beverage industry and enhance the impact of the Wine in Moderation programme towards the wine business.
Press Release – Brussels, 01 December 2017 – By joining WiM Association, the Sommelier School of Lithuania (UAB Namine peleda) becomes the National Coordinator of the Wine in Moderation programme in Lithuania, and the first in the Baltic countries.
The 2017 winners of the Born Digital Wine Awards by Wine in Moderation were released at 6pm CET on 30 November during an online awards ceremony.
Press Release – London, 17 November 2017 – The Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) joins the Wine in Moderation Programme as Partner with a strong focus on education and the inclusion of the responsible message.
Wine in Moderation organised the very successful Symposium “Responsible Wine Tourism for a Sustainable Wine Culture” in Santorini, Greece.
Les Born Digital Wine Awards by Wine in Moderation (BDWAbyWIM) sont de retour en 2017. Les candidatures peuvent être envoyées dès le 1er juin et ce, dans pas moins de 7 langues différentes.
Brussels, 16 March 2017. Following the publication of the European Commission report on the labelling of alcoholic beverages, Wine in Moderation would like to highlight the fact that information on wine and diet has been available since Spring 2016 on the www.wineinmoderation.com website.
Second edition of BDWAbyWIM presents new “Responsibility Award” to Wink Lorch for “Don't Supersize My Wine Glass”.
The winners of the 2016 Born Digital Wine Awards, brought to you by Wine in Moderation (#BDWAbyWIM) are announced today during an online ceremony at 19.00 GMT.
The National Inter-Professional Organization of Wine and Vine (EDOAO) becomes National Coordinator of the Wine in Moderation programme in Greece.
The organisers of the Born Digital Wine Awards brought to you by Wine in Moderation are happy to announce that the entry deadline will be extended to the 18th of July, 2016.
The Born Digital Wine Awards, brought to you by Wine in Moderation returns in 2016 for its second year with new categories.
The Hungarian wine sector takes up the challenge of responsibility and joins the Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre movement.
Wine in Moderation introduces information on wine and diet in www.wineinmoderation.com website.
Press Release – Stockholm, 22 January 2016 – The WIM Association and Programme has been joined by Munskänkarna the largest non-profit association for wine education and wine tasting, with over 25,000 members.
The winners of the 2015 Born Digital Wine Awards, brought to you by Wine in Moderation (#BDWAbyWIM), were announced Saturday, 24th October 2015, at the 2015 Digital Wine Communications Conference (DWCC) in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
The International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) has approved the candidacy of Wine in Moderation (WIM) Association as Observer.
The Shortlist for the 2015 Born Digital Wine Awards, brought to you by Wine in Moderation (#BDWAbyWIM) is announced today, 13th October 2015.
Vrazon, organisers of the Born Digital Wine Awards, brought to you by Wine in Moderation (BDWAbyWIM), are very pleased to announce that Richard Siddle has agreed to become the Chair of Judges for the 2015 edition of the awards.
Brussels – 27/04/2015. The WIM Spring Wine Tasting Reception organised in parallel with the 2015 FIVS Global Trade Policy Conference gathered more than one hundred personalities of the wine sector, ranging from authorities, to high representatives of the international wine business, and many friends and partners of WIM Aisbl.
The Born Digital Wine Awards, launched in 2011 by Vrazon, announces the 2015 edition brought to you by Wine in Moderation. The BDWA will continue to champion the best content produced online, but with an even greater focus on the culture of wine.
Wine in Moderation welcomes a new member from South America to further spread the message of moderation and responsibility.
Following 2 years of structured meetings, the VETartdevivre partnership organised the conference “Professional education: wine, culture, health & responsible drinking” to disseminate the results of the programme and propose concrete tools for the education of key professionals on wine, health and responsible drinking.
With Partners of the VETArtdeVivre Partnership, WIM organised a session dedicated to training and education of wine professionals during the 2014 Oenorama wine exhibition.
The new WIM website (www.wineinmoderation.com) will provide relevant information to consumers and stakeholders, and marks the second year anniversary of the WiM Association. The creation of the WiM Association in November 2011 took the commitment of the wine sector to fight alcohol-related harm to a second phase.