Assembly of Wine Producing European Regions (AWER)
Assemblée des régions européennes viticoles (AREV)
Asamblea de las Regiones Europeas Viticolas
Versammlung der Europäischen Weinbauregionen
Assemblea delle Regioni Europee Viticole
Assembleia das Regiões Européias Viticolas
Sinelevsi Evropaikon Ampeloinikon Periohon
Founded 1988, as European Conference of Wine Producing Regions – Conférence européenne des régions viticoles (CERV) – Conferencia Europea de las Regiones Viniculas – Europäische Konferenz der Weinbauregionen – Conferência Europeia das Regiões Vinicolas – Evropaiki Diaskepsi Inoparagonon Periohon. Present name adopted 28 May 1994, Milan (Italy). Statutes adopted 26 Oct 1994, Marsala (Italy). Current Statutes adopted 11 Jun 2005. EU Transparency Register: 90526016248-05.
Promote common interests of wine-producing regions within the European and world economy; organize and develop dialogue, consultation, research and common action between wine-producing regions of Europe; reinforce representation of the AWER within European institutions.
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General Assembly (annual); College of Regions; Conseil européen professionnel du vin (CEPV); International Council; Bureau.
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