03 February 2015 — OIV life

Poland: Keen interest in the vitivinicultural sector

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H.E. Mr Andrzej Byrt, Polish Ambassador in France, met with the Director General of the OIV and reported to him on the revival of the Polish vitivinicultural sector, which has boomed in a country that has experienced significant economic growth over recent years.

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Mainly based on hybrids such as Solaris, Hibernal or Maréchal Foch, viticulture is growing in the region of Zielona Góra, as well as in the west of the country, in Wroc?aw in the south-west, in Krakow in the south, in the region of Podkarpacie and in Kazimierz Dolny in the south-east. In addition, consumption has also increased over the past few years, going from 1.4 litres to 2.4 per capita.

After recalling the objectives and missions of the OIV, Mr Jean-Marie Aurand stressed the benefits of joining the large OIV family for Poland, both as a producing country with specific climate conditions and as a consuming country increasingly interested in wine culture.

The Polish Ambassador indicated that he would engage in the necessary discussions with the Polish Minister for Agriculture so that the possibility of OIV membership can be considered as soon as possible.