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MW Symposium - 25 June 2010 - Keynote speech: Forging Links - Georges Haushalter

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  • 1. Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux Presentation by Georges Haushalter, Vice‐Chairman of the CIVB 25th June 2010 
  • 2. Bordeaux Wines Production & Economics
  • 3. Bordeaux Wines: Production The largest AOC winegrowing region in France • 60 AOCs • 117 500 hectares of vines
  • 4. Bordeaux Wines: Production and Economics Wine professionals •8 650 winegrowers Average size of Harvest estates: • 300 negociants • 2009: 5.7 million hl 14.6 hectares • 93 wine brokers (+20% compared with 2008) • 42 cooperatives • 2008: 4.8 million hl • 55 000 direct and indirect jobs • For every 10 permanent Production employees in the wine- - Blended wines - 80% red wines production industry in France, 4 work in the Gironde department.
  • 5. Bordeaux Wines: Economics in 2009 Bordeaux wine sales in 2009 • 4.96 million hectolitres, or 661 million bottles, • 3.37 billion Euros turnover The 10 main export destinations for bottled Bordeaux wine in 2009 •Germany 33 million bottles •Belgium: 31 million bottles •United Kingdom: 26 million bottles •China: 18 million bottles Bordeaux wines in French •USA : 15 million bottles •Japan: 15 million bottles exports , in value •Canada: 9 million bottles in 2009 Food industry 3% •Switzerland: 8 million bottles •Netherlands: 8 million bottles Wines & Spirits 17 % •Hong Kong: 6 million bottles Still wines 38 %
  • 6. Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux Founded in 1948 Organisation & Management
  • 7. The CIVB : Organisation and Management Chairman and Vice-Chairman Board Promotion COMMITTEES Permanent Winegrowers + wine merchants+ President of wine brokers+ representatives of Technical various Government services staff (Departmental Agriculture & Forestry Office / Customs/ General Directorate for Competition Policy, Consumer Affairs and Economics Fraud control)General General Assembly 25 winegrowers + 25 wine merchants
  • 8. The CIVB: Organisation and Management Budget for 2010 = 27 million Euros Three fundamental principles: representativeness/ equality/ unanimity •Regulatory authority of the Ministry of Finance Missions and Ministry of Agriculture Promotion •Managed by elected wine professionals •The Chairman of the CIVB is elected for a term Economics of 3 years and is alternately a winegrower or a wine merchant Research & Quality •A team of permanent employees in Bordeaux and throughout the world. Public interest activities
  • 9. The CIVB : Promotion Sustain sales in 21 countries BUDGET for 2010: 20.8 million Euros, of which 5 million Euros of European funds • Approximately 400 promotion campaigns annually • More than 170 thematic press trips organised • Developments of the web platform for the various markets • An international Bordeaux Wine School to provide training courses for the general public, as well as for retail and distribution professionals • National advertising campaigns, with the collective brand name “Bordeaux Wines”
  • 10. The CIVB: Economics Understand the market and its trends • Analyse data concerning offer and markets • Analyse consumer trends •Forecast market trends
  • 11. The CIVB: Technical • Fund research and experiments (three-year programmes) • Adapt to new compliance standards for the environment and food safety • Protect the quality and typical characteristics of Bordeaux wines BUDGET for 2010: 2.15 Million Euros
  • 12. The CIVB: Technical The Bordeaux wines environmental commitment Stage Stage  1  The Carbon Balance 2  The Climate Plan Stage  3 The Environmental Management System
  • 13. The CIVB : Public interest role Protection of our appellations Action against the anti-alcohol lobby Safeguard of terroirs Wine tourism