Certification is the most effective and reliable tool to guarantee the quality and production aspects of a company.

For years, the Riondo Winery has been committed to meeting safety and quality standards, resulting in the highest awards certified by the relevant international bodies:

Both IFS and BRC are food safety standards recognised by the  Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), an international initiative whose main aim is to strengthen and promote food safety throughout the supply chain:

  • Equalitas – Sustainable wine – voluntary standard on the sustainability of certified wine by accredited bodies. It was born from a movement of stakeholder who has the objective of aggregate companies in the sector viticulture for a view homogeneous and shared of the sustainability, according to the social, environmental and economic pillar.
  • Code of Ethics – The code of ethics refers to Law 231/01, which regulates the liability of companies for crimes.
  • ORGANIC Certification – Cantine Riondo believes in a future built on a sustainable development model based on the principles of safeguarding and enhancing resources and respecting the environment and consumer health. This is why we have chosen to produce a range of organic wines, avoiding the use of chemical fertilisers and systemic pesticides that tend to alter the precious natural balance of soil/plant/climate, and without the use of genetically modified organisms. Organic fertilisers are used to fertilise organically farmed land, and pest control is carried out in advance by strengthening plants with balanced fertilisation and using natural pesticide treatments (copper, sulphur, plant extracts, etc.) or by adopting biological control using living organisms that are antagonistic to pests. Vinification follows strict established protocols. The grapes and wines obtained are certified according to EC Regulation 834/2007.

The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) are the main financial instrument through which the European Union promotes the strengthening of economic, social and territorial cohesion.

The ESI funds, together with national and regional co-financing resources, therefore make up the Cohesion Policy.

PSR VENETO 2014/2020 – European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development