36 wine designations of origin are celebrating the D.O. Wine Movement Day
This Saturday 22nd at 13:30 h the sixth celebration of the D.O. Movement Day will take place and in Valencia de Don Juan we are going to celebrate it in style in the Calle Mayor. It is a celebration of all the D.O. of the national territory and music is a must.
12.30 h Concentration in the Calle Mayor accompanied by the charangas Gurugú and Pasodoble.
13.30 h Come and toast with us! and then parade through the bars.
Attached is a press release from the Spanish Conference of Regulatory Councils.
This Saturday, 22 October, at 1.30 p.m. (12.30 p.m. in the Canary Islands), the sixth edition of the D.O. Wine Movement Day arrives. And it does so with the greatest participation: 36 wine designations of origin in our country, from 15 Autonomous Communities, organise a collective and simultaneous toast in emblematic places of their respective territories to bring the D.O. concept closer to the consumer, highlight the values behind wine with designation of origin and disseminate why the DDOOs are considered tools for sustainability in their territories.
This Saturday, 22 October, the D.O. WINE MOVEMENT DAY will be held for the sixth time, an annual celebration, designed for the public, festive and vindictive, in which 36 Designations of Origin, from 15 Autonomous Communities, are participating this year with different events to highlight the importance of the Designation of Origin concept, the quality wine produced in their area and its contribution to the sustainability of their territories. The 2022 edition will be the biggest so far, as it will bring together the largest number of wine designations of origin.
The garden of the Centre de Cultura Sa Nostra in the centre of Palma de Mallorca, the Jardín de las Garnachas del Monasterio de Veruela (province of Zaragoza), the so-called Plaza del Vino in Cariñena (province of Zaragoza), the Paseo de las Huertas in Almansa (province of Albacete), the Paseo Cortes de Aragón in Calatayud (province of Zaragoza), the XXII Semana de Viticultura y Enología in Bollullos par del Condado (province of Huelva), the Sabores del Quijote meeting in Castellar de Santiago (province of Ciudad Real), the old vineyards of Cigales (province of Valladolid), the Calle Mayor in Valencia de Don Juan (province of León), the Wine Museum in the Plaza de los Viñeros in Málaga, the 1st Festa da Vendima da Vila de Monterrei (in the Castle of Monterrei, province of Ourense), the Cata de Moriles in this municipality in the province of Córdoba, the municipality of Los Arcos in Navarre, the Plaza de Pedreira in Pontevedra, the new “Aida Menéndez” Pilgrims’ Hostel in Diomondi (village in the municipality of Saviñao, province of Lugo), the Aldeanueva de Ebro Wine Museum (Alfaro region, in La Rioja), the Anaga Biofest in the heart of the Macizo de Anaga Biosphere Reserve in Tenerife, the Monastery of Uclés (province of Cuenca), the Paseo de la Alameda in Utiel (province of Valencia), the cova de Fontei in A Rúa (Valdeorras, province of Ourense), the Parque de la Constitución in Yecla (Murcia), the Feria de la Moscatel in Godelleta (region of Hoya de Buñol, province of Valencia) and the Mercado de Ventas in Madrid are just some of the places, municipalities and events that will host activities to celebrate the D. O. 2022 Wine Movement Day. O. 2022.
Social networks will play an important role during this day. Participants in these events and all those who wish to join in individually and toast to the appellations of origin of our country and their contribution to the environmental, economic and social sustainability of their rural areas will be able to do so by sharing their photographs toasting or enjoying this day with the hashtag #DOTerritorioSostenible. With this simple gesture, they can contribute to highlighting the work of thousands of families who, already in the past few years, have been working in the rural areas.
Conferencia Española de Consejos Reguladores Vitivinícolas (CECRV) Paseo de Santa María de la Cabeza, 42bis (despacho 22) – 28045 Madrid T. + 34 910
wines of recognised quality that proudly carry the name of their land around the world and represent much more than a product: a territory, with unique natural conditions and a local know-how preserved and pampered from generation to generation.
The D.O. Wine Movement Day is an initiative of the Spanish Conference of Wine Regulatory Councils (CECRV), the organisation that represents the wine designations of origin. Updated information on the different events that will take place throughout the day can be found on the CECRV website, www.vinosdo.wine, and on the websites of each of the DDOOs taking part in the action: Alicante, Almansa, Arabako Txakolina, Binissalem, Bizkaiko Txakolina, Bullas, Calatayud, Campo de Borja, Cariñena, Catalunya, Getariako Txakolina, Cigales, Condado de Huelva, Jumilla, Jumilla, Jerez de la Frontera, Jerez de la Frontera and Jumilla de Huelva, La Mancha, La Mancha, Lanzarote, León, Málaga, Monterrei, Montilla-Moriles, Navarra, Pla i Llevant, Rías Baixas, Ribeira Sacra, Ribera del Guadiana, Rioja, Rueda, Sierras de Málaga, Tacoronte-Acentejo, Toro, Uclés, Utiel-Requena, Yecla, Valdeorras, Valencia and Vinos de Madrid.
The Spanish Conference of Wine Regulatory Councils (CECRV) is the non-profit association that represents the wine designations of origin before the General State Administration and before the institutions of the European Union, recognised by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food as the interlocutor of the Administration in matters of quality figures. CECRV is also a member of the European Federation of Origin Wines (EFOW), together with the organisations representing the geographical indications of the other major European wine-producing countries (France, Italy and Portugal, as well as Spain).
About the D.O. Wine Movement:
MOVIMIENTO VINO D.O. is the brand with which the Spanish Conference of Wine Regulatory Councils (CECRV) addresses the consumer to spread the concept of appellation of origin and the values linked to D.O. wines (diversity, quality, authenticity, care and respect for local know-how and for the natural environment, rootedness and recognition of the rural environment, enjoyment, culture…).
The D.O. WINE MOVEMENT DAY was held for the first time in 2017 and since then, in its six editions, it has managed to bring together thousands of people toasting to wine with designation of origin in different parts of Spain. It is a day to celebrate the existence of DDOOs, their diversity and their contribution to society.