European Sustainable Wine

Wine is defined as a “product obtained exclusively from the total or partial alcoholic fermentation of fresh grapes, whether or not crushed,
or of grape must”.

For centuries, wine has been deeply rooted in European culture. Most European regions have traditionally regarded wine as a refined product, to be produced with care, consumed in moderation and appreciated for its unique characteristics.

It is therefore a select product that accompanies us on special occasions to fill our moments with exquisite flavour.

European Sustainable Wine

European Sustainable Sheep and Goat Dairy Products

Sheep and goat dairy products are products that are present in our daily lives thanks to the many varieties that exist and their great benefits for our organism.

According to the EFSA (European Food Safety Authority), fresh European sheep and goat dairy products containing significant levels of the following bone nutrients, calcium, vitamin D, phosphorus and protein, contribute to healthy bone growth (especially in children) as part of a balanced diet.

Calcium and phosphorus are necessary for the mineralisation of bones and vitamin D favours their absorption, while proteins serve to form
the scaffolding on which the bone matrix is built.

European Sustainable Tomatoes

Tomatoes are part of our daily eating habits. Did you know that there are more than 20,000 varieties of tomatoes worldwide?

Tomatoes are mainly composed of water and their main macronutrient is carbohydrates. Amongst the vitamins, their vitamin A content stands out, basically in the form of b-carotenes (494 μg/100 grams) and vitamin C, and amongst the minerals, potassium.

Its benefits for our organism are numerous, as tomatoes are beneficial for bone, eye and heart health, they help to prevent diseases such as cancer and act as a skin protector against the sun.