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The "German Institute for Sustainable Development e. V." was founded in 2009 at Heilbronn University. DINE sees itself as a platform for dialogue between all those involved in the economic process surrounding the development of sustainability in tourism and education, logistics and in the wine industry. Holistic sustainable development means good living and successful economic activity at the same time, socially just and sustainable. The aim is to inform consumers and encourage service providers and producers to act in a sustainable manner. The focus is on climate neutrality and sustainability management. Among other things, the DINE Institute has developed testing systems and the FairChoice® sustainability label to identify and transparently communicate sustainable products and services to consumers. Sustainable management is measured and evaluated by ecological, social and economic factors. DINE promotes dialogue between all participants in the economic process and sees itself as a cross-sector platform for sustainable development.

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Roman Horvath MW

wein.plus is a handy, efficient guide to a quick overview of the colourful world of wines, winegrowers and grape varieties. In Wine lexicon, the most comprehensive of its kind in the world, you will find around 26,000 keywords on the subject of grape varieties, wineries, wine-growing regions and much more.

Roman Horvath MW
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The world's largest Lexicon of wine terms.

26,381 Keywords · 46,990 Synonyms · 5,323 Translations · 31,715 Pronunciations · 202,587 Cross-references
made with by our author Norbert F. J. Tischelmayer. About the Lexicon