Viticulture.Future.Danube Region - The effects of climate change on viticulture and wine tourism

The president of the Deutscher Weinbauverband e.V. (DWV - German Winegrowers‘ Association), Klaus Schneider, feels delighted about the good response to the conference: “I am very happy about the positive feedback which I really did not expect.”

Along with the Minister for Rural Area and Consumer Protection of Baden Wurttemberg Peter Hauk, the President of the DWV has invited to a conference on the effects of climate change on viticulture and wine tourism in the Danube region. The aim of the conference is to organise an exchange of experience and knowhow between the winegrowing countries of this important Central European area for  viticulture.


The organisers are pleased to note that eight countries - Bulgaria, Montenegro, Moldavia, Austria, Romania, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary – have confirmed their participation so far. Six out of eight countries have announced that their delegation will be headed by their Minister or State Secretary for Agriculture, whereas two delegations have not yet decided whether the minister or the state secretary will join them.

If you are interested in the conference we would appreciate your registration (free of charge!), please follow the link here to sign-up online.