PROYECTOS PARA GARANTIZAR LA SOSTENIBILIDAD. Sr. Miguel A. Torres Riera. Presidente Miguel Torres, S.A.

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1 PROYECTOS PARA GARANTIZAR LA SOSTENIBILIDAD Sr. Miguel A. Torres Riera. Presidente Miguel Torres, S.A.

2 Summary 1. THREATS 1.1. CLIMATE CHANGE 1.2. WINE & HEALTH 1.3. TAXES 2. TRENDS 2.1. FUTURE TRENDS IN WINE PRODUCTION 2.2. FUTURE TRENDS IN WINE CONSUMPTION 2.3. NEW MARKETS 2.4. TORRES EXPERIENCE

3 THREATS THE BLACK SWAN. The impact of the highly improbable. Nassim Nicholas Taleb

4 Threats Twin Towers New York 11th Setember 2001

5 Threats Sir Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin

6 Threats Bombing Miguel Torres winery on January 21 st in 1939

7 1.1. Climate Change is not a Black Swan Climate Change is one of the greatest socio-environmental threats to which humanity is faced in this century

8 million years history PHANEROZOIC CATASTROFE K/F TERCIARIO CUATERNARIO RECENT THERMAL MAXIMUM 55,8 million years ago CATASTROFE P/ T CRETACICO JURASICO TRIASICO PERMICO 6ºC but it took years to reach the maximum CARBONIFERO DEVONICO SILURICO ORDOVICICO CAMBRICO

9 Land surface temperatures Cº Correlation between surface temperature variations in the proportion of CO2 from 1860 TEMPERATURE INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DE LA VIGNE ET DU VIN (ENTAV/ITV FRANCE) EPERNAY (FRANCE) THE STERN REPORT HAS DETERMINED THAT THE CO2 PRESENT IN THE ATMOSPHERE IS 430 PPM OTHER GREENHOUSE EFFECT GASES: NITROUS OXIDE AND METHANE

10 Harvest start date in Châteauneuf du Pape since 1945

11 Harvest start date in Central Penedès Vineyard Central Penedès Vineyard. (MT 23º Brix) y = -1,1068x + 268,26 R² = 0,

12 IPCC WGI AR5 27 th September 2013

13 European Origin Appellations

14 Mountain viticulture. Tremp Pyrenees m altitude

15 Organic Viticulture. Curicó. Chili Can Organic Viticulture help mitigate Climate Change?

16 EcoSostenibleWine Symposiums AIMING TO A NEW CATEGORY OF ORGANIC WINES, ECOSOSTENIBLE WINES Three Editions of the EcoSostenibleWine Conference: 2008,2010, 2012

17 Organic Viticulture Do we really need so much spraying?

18 Organic Viticulture Wood instead galvanized iron

19 Organic Viticulture Replacing CO2 by N2 in the wineries CO 2 N 2

20 What can we do? Catalan Ancestral Varieties Var 4 = Querol Var 8 Var 9 Will they resist better the warmer climate? Var 7 Var 31 Var 32

21 What can we do? Bottling wine at destination

22 What can we do? Studying bottling materials Glass Single Use Bottle 75 cl g Glass 6 Uses Bottle 75 cl. 450 g PET Bottle 75 cl. Bag in Box 3l Equivalent 75 cl. PET g CO 2 g CO Towards reutilisation gr CO 2 g CO 2 gr CO 2 (equivalente a 75 cl)

23 What can we do? Improving sustainability in wineries RIOJA WINERY SMALL SIZE ( CASES) SOLAR PANELS Kwh EOLIC GENERATORS Kwh BIOMASS BOILER Kwh 50% OF WINE CELLAR S ELECTRICAL ENERGY REQUERIMENTS

24 What can we do? February 2011 Wineries for Climate Protection A group of wineries (Torres, Freixenet, Codorniu) presents to the Spanish Wine Federation (FEV) the idea to hold a conference to promote the commitment to climate protection of Spanish Wineries The Spanish Wine Federation (FEV) together with FIVIN accepts and organizes the Wineries for Climate Protection Symposium

25 9 th June 2011 Barcelona Declaration Signature M. Félix Solís, President of the Wine Spanish Federation M. Lagos, President of the Chilean Republic from 2000 to 2006 and UN special envoy for Climate Change

26 Scope of action * Source: World Resources Institute (WRI) / World Business Council for Sustainable Development Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Accounting and Reporting Standard, Supplement to the GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard, December 2011 PwC

27 Wineries for Climate Protection Scheme 1.- Selection of an audit among the ten or fifteen approved. 2.- First Year: Audit. Global investment is set till Beginning in 2014, every year a 15% is implemented.

28 Wineries for Climate Protection Scheme 4.- The FEV hopes to finish the certification process by the end of 2013 and decide which type of publicity would be the most suitable for the wineries committed to this process.

29 Wineries for Climate Protection Certification Scheme WfCP compared to other Sustainable Wineries Analysis area WFCP Scheme Sustainability Program Areas under consideratio n 1. Emissions reduction (document management) 2. Renewable energies and energy efficiency 3. Water management 4. Waste reduction 5. Investment Commitment. Over 15% each year to get the objective: 20% by 2020 (*) GEI emissions aspects included Green Area (vineyard management): 1. Pre-planting 2. Established vineyard (*) 3. Environment and biodiversity 4. Implementation and follow up Red Area (industrial management): 5. Waste reduction and recycling 6. Energy savings 7. Water management 8. Pollution prevention (*) 9. Location of the winery 10. Implementation and follow up Orange Area (corporate management): 11. Ethics 12. Environment (*) 13. Quality of working life 14. Community 15. Marketing and commitment to consumers 16. Implementation and follow up

30 1.2. Wine & Health

31 Fundación para la investigación del vino y la nutrición Scientific Committee Presidente del Comité: DR. ENRIQUE ROJAS DR. RAMÓN ESTRUCH (España), DRA. ROSA LAMUELA RAVENTÓS (España), DR. MORTEN GRONBAECK (Dinamarca), DR. MIGUEL A. LASUNCION (España), DR. JEAN CLAUDE RUF (Francia), DR. ANTONIO BAYÉS DE LUNA (España), DR. GUZMAN ORTUÑO (España). El Presidente de Honor de FIVIN es el Dr. Santiago Dexeus. Wine in Moderation ambassadors At present there are more than Medical doctors enrolled as member in the club.

32 Fundación para la investigación del vino y la nutrición Epidemiological and clinical studies have pointed out that regular and moderate wine consumption (one, two glasses a day) is associated with decreased incidence of the following diseases: Cardiovascular diseases Hypertension Diabetes Certain types of cancer Neurological disorders Metabolic syndrome There is evidence that certain polyphenols, such as resveratrol, anthocyanins, flavonols and catechins in wine provide abundance of health benefits.

33 Fundación para la investigación del vino y la nutrición Predimed Study. Dr. Estruch. Hospital Clínic de Barcelona The New England Journal of Medicine test persons about the risk of cardiovascular diseases Mediterranean diet <> Low fat diet (American Heart Association) Dr. Estruch

34 Wine and Health

35 1.3. Taxes

36 China & India 9L Case LOCAL WINE PRODUCTION: INDIA & CHINA % IMPORT DUTY India Imp. Duty % India Volume China Volume India Import Duty % China Import Duty % + 67% 0

37 Tax Rates of Alcoholic Berevages in Europe Rate per hl at 11% vol. Finland: 312,0 Sweden: 254,69 Estonia: 80,64 United Kingdom: 312,40 Ireland: 370,64 Denmark: 147,68 The Netherlands: 83,56 Belgium: 52,75 Poland: 38,48 Latvia: 64,64 Lithuania: 57,34 France: 3,66

38 Tax Rates of Alcoholic Berevages in Europe Rate per hl at 11% vol. Continouos increase of wine taxes in Europe U.K. Irerland Denmark ,02 262,02 82, ,33 262,24 82, ,63 262,24 142, ,4 370,64 147, ,11 370,64 147,68

39 2.1 Future Trends in wine production

40 MAJORS GRAPES PRODUCERS (all usage) 1000 ql Grapes production growth is particularly significant in China, India and Chile. China with 100 Mql produces the 14% of the world grapes production, followed by Italy (68.4 Mql, 10% of the world grapes production) and USA (66.3 Mql, 10% of the world grapes production).

41 Wine Business Top 10 bottled wine brands: global volume (m 9l cases) Source: Brand Owners/*the drink business

42 A HEALTHY BRAND Miguel Torres

43 A HEALTHY BRAND Miguel Torres

44 Primum Familiae Vini Wine Business

45 Wine Business

46 2.2 Future Trends in wine consumption

47 e-commerce

48 48 MIGUEL TORRES Chile Fair Trade Santa Digna Fair Trade

49 2.3. New Markets

50 NEW MARKETS BRIC

51 NEW MARKETS While BRICs like China might slow, growth potential also exists in the mid-size MATTISSK countries MATTISSK Countries 2010 Real GDP Growth Mexico Australia Taiwan Turkey Indonesia Saudi Arabia South Korea These are mid-sized economies that are routinely overlooked in favor of BRICs 2008 Nominal Gross Domestic Product ($US billions)

52 2.4.- MIGUEL TORRES EXPERIENCE

53 Miguel Torres CHINA China (since 1997)

54 Miguel Torres China 300 employees 90% Miguel Torres 10% Ph. Rothschild

55 Miguel Torres China

56 Miguel Torres India Prestige - Market Coverage ` ` Prestige Office Prestige Team New Prestige Presence More Team to Join Soon Will analyse the details and potential Mr. Gautam Thapar % Mr. Sultan Singh % M/s. Miguel 27% Torres SA M/s. J & G Grant 18% ` Maison Joseph Drouhin 5% ` ` ` No. of PWS Employees Sales & Mkt ng 23 Logistic & Admn 11 ` Accounts 5 Support 11 Total 50

57 Miguel Torres Brazil Establihsed in 2009 São Paulo

58 Closure 1) So Wine is healthy and gains recognition year after year 2) Wine is status and is also part of the mediterranean culture that many countries would like to adopt. 3) Wine can help to mitigate the effects of climate change 4) Wine (fair trade) can make a better living for millions of farmers 5) Wine family names will continue to play a very important rol in the world markets.

59 Origin and End Waltraud Maczassek