[2019-12-05 11:13:48]In support of Bulgarian vine varieties and wines to preserve their identity, Executive Agency on Vine and Wine as a Lead Partner on the Project SOS for endangered traditional vine varieties with acronym "VineSOS" established an experimental field with grafts identified as endangered local varieties of vines.
[2019-10-24 09:04:05]On 16.10.2019 was the last day of trainings on the topic "Implementation of European Union good practices" in the new training centre of the Prosperity and Development for Bulgaria Association, Blagoevgrad. A joint Bulgarian-Greek group of experts in the wine industry, administration and media have worked together on problems with endangered local vine varieties and global conservation approaches. The role of professionals and local administrations in delivering results in this area from around the world was shared. The trainings were held in the new high-tech training centre of the Prosperity and Development in Bulgaria Association in Blagoevgrad
[2019-10-14 08:11:14]We are pleased to invite you to participate in a free training course on "Implementing European Union and World Good Practices" under the “SOS project for endangered traditional vine varieties. The Lead beneficiary of the project is the Executive Agency on Vine and Wine (EAVW). Partners in the project are the Association Prosperity and Development in Bulgaria, Exhibition Research Institute, Greece and Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki-Dpt. of Agricultural Technology, Greece.
Free trainings on "Implementing European Union Good Practices" were held from October 1st to 3rd at the specially created Training Center under the project in Blagoevgrad.The investment is under the VINESOS project for endangered traditional vine varieties under the Interreg V-A program "Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020" and includes modern furniture and multimedia equipment in three premises, which will provide interactive lectures and their broadcast in real time on the Internet.
[2019-03-29 14:59:42]3rd Team Meeting was conducted in the period 07-08.02.2019 in Thessaloniki, Greece under project "SOS for endangered traditional varieties of vines". The project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and national funds of the Interreg VA Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020.
Opening press conferences was held in on 09.05.2018 Sandanski, Bulgaria and on 10.05.2018 Thessaloniki, Greece of the project "SOS for endangered traditional varieties of vines.
The VineSOS project addresses the main problems and challenges in the Greek-Bulgarian cross-border area, related to the local biodiversity and vine varieties, especially those within Natura 2000 sites.
[2018-04-11 09:48:35]The VineSOS project addresses the main problems and challenges in the Greek-Bulgarian cross-border area, related to the local biodiversity and vine varieties, especially those within Natura 2000 sites.