One of the most inclusive and sustainable tourist project ever

The Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) and its Academy formally presented its Founder President CEO, Regional Directors and the Director of the Academy, via videoconference the GWTO initiative and their roles in the organization.

The ceremony was followed in five continents by professionals in tourism, wine, gastronomy, agriculture; consumers, media and social network influencers, government representatives, academics and educators.

The Global Wine Tourism Organization community is made up over 50 states, of which 25 offer wine tourism proposals with the rest in the process of doing so, are issuers of wine tourism, or have interests in the sector through indirect stakeholders.

Rafael Ansón, President of Honor:
“The essence of wine tourism is getting to know a region through its wine-making and oenology while admiring its landscape, its architectural jewels and its gastronomy. Wine tourism gains an instrumental importance as an activity revitalizing to the cultural and environmental heritage wherever the wine making tradition is located. I would like to share with you my satisfaction that GWTO has been created to contribute to the social-economic development of wine tourism destinations in an international unifying and collaborative framework.”

José Antonio Vidal, Founder President CEO:
“The dream of the ‘Big World Wine Tourism Family’ begins to become reality today, at a time when globalism has been torpedoed at its waterline: in critical moments, the riskiest proposals are put on the table. Public and private sectors, and the most prestigious academic authorities have evaluated GWTO not only as necessary but also timely: Few business activities have the growth prospects that this sector will have after the pandemic. There is a large window of opportunity linked to the benefits offered by a sector as comprehensive and transversal as wine tourism: we have ahead one of the most inclusive and sustainable Tourist projects ever. We are forced to turn the crisis into a transformative opportunity.”

Coralie Haller PhD, GWTO Academy Director: ‘Research for Education’
GWTO Academy, as a center and collective academic voice in Wine Tourism Knowledge Management, assumes a paradigm shift towards a new governance model led by Inclusivity and Sustainability.

As Cultural Tourism that we are, GWTO Academy is committed to the development of a new framework of governance aligned to UN Agenda 2030 in terms on Universal respect, Gender and Social Equality, Health and Well-being, Quality Education, Climate, Ecosystems and Partnerships to develop and promote academic research collaborations through the creation and dissemination of knowledge via academic publications in scientific journals and books, publications of case studies, and organization of conferences, supporting the GWTOs’ Economic Monitor and Quality seal, in order to professionalize the sector through specialized training programs, working together with fellows from leading universities and institutions of higher education, specialized in tourism and in agri and gastrotourism.

This will ensure the training of the international wine tourism professionals who will be leading the wine tourism of the future to be recognized as a GLOBAL ECONOMIC INDUSTRY.”

Pablo Singerman, LatAm Director:
“We are going to support and work strongly together with the Public, Private and Academic sectors to consolidate the development of Wine and Gastronomy Tourism in Latin America. The expectation generated by the creation of GWTO and the Academy is enormous, both in consolidated and emerging destinations. Latin America and its experiences of Wine and Gastronomy welcomes the World through GWTO.”

Margaret Chen, Eastern Asia Director:
“Of all the tourists in the world roughly about 25%, or 350 million, tourists are from Asia. Among that figure China alone totaled 140 million in 2019. Asia tourism invests lifestyle, culture  and luxury products. Wine Tourism is in a good moment to help enrich the culture, increase the knowledge, and create good relationship between nations. I foresee an initiative such as GWTO a great success in the near future committed to inclusivity, solidarity, and sustainability as key issues in the New Wine Tourism.”

Leonid Gelibterman, Eastern Europe & Western-Central Asia Director:
“The creation of GWTO will mean using advanced global experience, expanding opportunities to inform potential tourists about the offers available in various countries, establishing a system for exchanging experiences between regions, particularly the countries of Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Occidental, raising the standard of knowledge by training high-level experts through the GWTO Academy.”

Marisah Nieuwoudt, Africa Director:
“I am proud to represent the African region in the newly formed GWTO and look forward to exchanging knowledge and best practice with African winemaking countries, like South Africa, Algeria, Morocco and Ethiopia, as well as our GWTO colleagues internationally.”

Erik Wolf, Western & Central Europe Director:
“I am pleased to support the GWTO’s development efforts in Western & Central Europe. Since 2001, when we founded the culinary tourism industry, we have seen first-hand how beverages have played a tremendous role in the development of gastronomy tourism around the world. Wine is a product enjoyed by visitors and locals alike, and holds great potential to make an important economic impact in GWTO’s participating areas.”

Robin Shaw, Oceania Director:
“Wine (and food) tourism is an important driver for travel to and within Australia and New Zealand. I have had the privilege of working with the sector to advance its development since 2003, while also observing the exponential growth of wine tourism globally during this time. It is therefore an honour to be aligned with the GWTO and its vision for world-wide collaboration and innovation in wine tourism.”

David Furer, North America Director:
“José Antonio Vidal’s creation of the GWTO during this worldwide viral pandemic, economic recession, and climate crisis has taken vision and fortitude. I’m pleased and honored to be representing North America while assisting GWTO in its international communications.”

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Създадоха Глобална организация за винен туризъм

Глобалната организация за винен туризъм (GWTO) и нейната Академия официално представиха своите почетен президент, главен изпълнителен директор, регионални директори и директор на Академията чрез видеоконференция. В нея участва и представител на Travelnews.

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One of the most inclusive and sustainable tourist project ever

The Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) and its Academy formally presented its President of Honor, Founder President CEO, Regional Directors and the Director of the Academy, via videoconference the GWTO initiative and their roles in the organization.

The ceremony was followed in five continents by professionals in tourism, wine, gastronomy, agriculture; consumers, media and social network influencers, government representatives, academics and educators.

The Global Wine Tourism Organization community is made up over 50 states, of which 25 offer wine tourism proposals with the rest in the process of doing so, are issuers of wine tourism, or have interests in the sector through indirect stakeholders.

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Two New Entities Created to Support the Wine Industry and Wine Tourism

Two new entities were recently created to support the wine industry: the Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) and the EnoTourism Academy. Both institutions are based in Madrid, Spain.

The former is comprised of a network of countries and companies involved in winemaking and wine tourism and the goal is to enhance cooperation within the public and private sectors in accordance with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development from the United Nations. The GWTO will work to support the wine tourism value chain and ensure that it works together, helping members succeed in both the domestic and global marketplaces.

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Se presentó oficialmente la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo

La Organización Mundial de Enoturismo y su Academia se presentaron oficialmente el pasado 5 de noviembre a través de una videoconferencia internacional.

El evento fue encabezado por el Presidente y CEO de la Asociación Española de Enoturismo, José Antonio Vidal. El mismo explicó que pese a los retos a los que se enfrenta la industria por la pandemia de COVID-19. El Enoturismo ofrece grandes beneficios. “Tenemos ante nosotros uno de los proyectos turísticos más inclusivos y sostenibles de la historia”, subrayó.

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One of the most inclusive and sustainable tourist project ever

Press Release
Madrid (Spain), 5 November 2020

The Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) and its Academy formally presented its Founder President CEO, Regional Directors and the Director of the Academy, via videoconference the GWTO initiative and their roles in the organization.

The ceremony was followed in five continents by professionals in tourism, wine, gastronomy, agriculture; consumers, media and social network influencers, government representatives, academics and educators.

The Global Wine Tourism Organization community is made up over 50 states, of which 25 offer wine tourism proposals with the rest in the process of doing so, are issuers of wine tourism, or have interests in the sector through indirect stakeholders.

Rafael Ansón, President of Honor:
“The essence of wine tourism is getting to know a region through its wine-making and oenology while admiring its landscape, its architectural jewels and its gastronomy. Wine tourism gains an instrumental importance as an activity revitalizing to the cultural and environmental heritage wherever the wine making tradition is located. I would like to share with you my satisfaction that GWTO has been created to contribute to the social-economic development of wine tourism destinations in an international unifying and collaborative framework.”

José Antonio Vidal, Founder President CEO:
“The dream of the ‘Big World Wine Tourism Family’ begins to become reality today, at a time when globalism has been torpedoed at its waterline: in critical moments, the riskiest proposals are put on the table. Public and private sectors, and the most prestigious academic authorities have evaluated GWTO not only as necessary but also timely: Few business activities have the growth prospects that this sector will have after the pandemic. There is a large window of opportunity linked to the benefits offered by a sector as comprehensive and transversal as wine tourism: we have ahead one of the most inclusive and sustainable Tourist projects ever. We are forced to turn the crisis into a transformative opportunity.”

Coralie Haller PhD, GWTO Academy Director: ‘Research for Education’
GWTO Academy, as a center and collective academic voice in Wine Tourism Knowledge Management, assumes a paradigm shift towards a new governance model led by Inclusivity and Sustainability.

As Cultural Tourism that we are, GWTO Academy is committed to the development of a new framework of governance aligned to UN Agenda 2030 in terms on Universal respect, Gender and Social Equality, Health and Well-being, Quality Education, Climate, Ecosystems and Partnerships to develop and promote academic research collaborations through the creation and dissemination of knowledge via academic publications in scientific journals and books, publications of case studies, and organization of conferences, supporting the GWTOs’ Economic Monitor and Quality seal, in order to professionalize the sector through specialized training programs, working together with fellows from leading universities and institutions of higher education, specialized in tourism and in agri and gastrotourism.

This will ensure the training of the international wine tourism professionals who will be leading the wine tourism of the future to be recognized as a GLOBAL ECONOMIC INDUSTRY.”

Pablo Singerman, LatAm Director:
“We are going to support and work strongly together with the Public, Private and Academic sectors to consolidate the development of Wine and Gastronomy Tourism in Latin America. The expectation generated by the creation of GWTO and the Academy is enormous, both in consolidated and emerging destinations. Latin America and its experiences of Wine and Gastronomy welcomes the World through GWTO.”

Margaret Chen, Eastern Asia Director:
“Of all the tourists in the world roughly about 25%, or 350 million, tourists are from Asia. Among that figure China alone totaled 140 million in 2019. Asia tourism invests lifestyle, culture  and luxury products. Wine Tourism is in a good moment to help enrich the culture, increase the knowledge, and create good relationship between nations. I foresee an initiative such as GWTO a great success in the near future committed to inclusivity, solidarity, and sustainability as key issues in the New Wine Tourism.”

Leonid Gelibterman, Eastern Europe & Western-Central Asia Director:
“The creation of GWTO will mean using advanced global experience, expanding opportunities to inform potential tourists about the offers available in various countries, establishing a system for exchanging experiences between regions, particularly the countries of Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Occidental, raising the standard of knowledge by training high-level experts through the GWTO Academy.”

Marisah Nieuwoudt, Africa Director:
“I am proud to represent the African region in the newly formed GWTO and look forward to exchanging knowledge and best practice with African winemaking countries, like South Africa, Algeria, Morocco and Ethiopia, as well as our GWTO colleagues internationally.”

Erik Wolf, Western & Central Europe Director:
“I am pleased to support the GWTO’s development efforts in Western & Central Europe. Since 2001, when we founded the culinary tourism industry, we have seen first-hand how beverages have played a tremendous role in the development of gastronomy tourism around the world. Wine is a product enjoyed by visitors and locals alike, and holds great potential to make an important economic impact in GWTO’s participating areas.”

Robin Shaw, Oceania Director:
“Wine (and food) tourism is an important driver for travel to and within Australia and New Zealand. I have had the privilege of working with the sector to advance its development since 2003, while also observing the exponential growth of wine tourism globally during this time. It is therefore an honour to be aligned with the GWTO and its vision for world-wide collaboration and innovation in wine tourism.”

David Furer, North America Director:
“José Antonio Vidal’s creation of the GWTO during this worldwide viral pandemic, economic recession, and climate crisis has taken vision and fortitude. I’m pleased and honored to be representing North America while assisting GWTO in its international communications.”

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Organización Mundial del EnoTurismo lamenta incedios en Napa y Sonoma – www.lavozdechile.com

Organización Mundial del EnoTurismo lamenta incedios en Napa y Sonoma. Prosiguen los incendios fuera de control en Napa Valley, Calistoga y Santa Rosa, «como una bomba hubiera estallado» en California.

Franjas de los condados de Sonoma y Napa quedaron carbonizadas y devastadas el martes, con docenas de bodegas, viñedos y casas reducidas a cenizas cuando el fuego impulsado por el viento arrasó Wine Country.

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Organización Mundial de Enoturismo lamenta los incendios del Valle del Napa y Sonoma – www.dotnews.info

Ofrecen todo su apoyo y colaboración para todo lo que  consideren necesario las autoridades locales. 

La Organización Mundial del EnoTurismo (OMET) manifiesta que siente un gran dolor por los incendios del denominado Glass Fire que azotan los condados vinícolas de Napa y Sonoma en California, que han arrasado naturaleza, viñedos, bodegas,alojamientos, restaurantes y demás recursos patrimoniales.

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La Organización Mundial de Enoturismo (OMET) lamenta profundamente los incendios del Valle del Napa y Sonoma – www.vinetur.com

El enoturismo local se verá gravemente afectado y, por ende, los medios de vida de las comunidades de la zona, señalan desde la organización.

En un comunicado de prensa remitido este miércoles, 30 de septiembre, la Organización Mundial del EnoTurismo (OMET) ha manifestado “un gran dolor” por los incendios del denominado Glass Fire que azotan los condados vinícolas de Napa y Sonoma (California) que han arrasado naturaleza, viñedos, bodegas, alojamientos, restaurantes y demás recursos patrimoniales.

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La Organización Mundial de Enoturismo lamentó los incendios del Valle del Napa y Sonoma -www.abcmundial.com

El incendio se extendió desde el valle de Napa hasta la vecina Sonoma, con al menos 64 bodegas en peligro en el área de evacuación el lunes por la mañana, dijo el medio.

La Organización Mundial del EnoTurismo (OMET) expresó en un comunicado que “siente un gran dolor por los incendios del denominado Glass Fire que azotan los condados vinícolas de Napa y Sonoma (California) que han arrasado naturaleza, viñedos, bodegas, alojamientos, restaurantes y demás recursos patrimoniales”.

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GWTO saddened as California fire ravages Napa, Sonoma

The Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) is saddened to see the reports and images of the Glass Fire ravaging California and in particular the Napa and Sonoma counties and the damage to the environment, vineyards, wineries, hotels, restaurants and other property.

 

As a result, wine tourism in the area will be severely impacted for the months and years to come, seriously affecting the livelihood of local communities.

 

Our thoughts go out to the people who have been affected and to the brave men and women who are fighting the blaze.

 

We hope the fires will be quickly brought under control and the damage limited.

 

The wine industry has suffered from climate change for many years, and the intensity of the Glass Fire is a sign that further urgent action is required.

 

We at GWTO offer our full support and assistance to the local authorities.

 

 

About GWTO

 

The Global Wine Tourism Organization is an international network that brings together governments, institutions and companies to contribute to social-economic development as part of an inclusive and supportive framework based on the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals.

La Organización Mundial de Enoturismo (OMET) lamenta profundamente los incendios de California que arrasan Napa y Sonoma.

La Organización Mundial del EnoTurismo (OMET) siente un gran dolor por los incendios del denominado Glass Fire que azotan los condados vinícolas de Napa y Sonoma (California) que han arrasado naturaleza, viñedos, bodegas, alojamientos, restaurantes y demás recursos patrimoniales.

Como consecuencia de ello, el enoturismo local se verá gravemente afectado y, por ende, los medios de vida de las comunidades de la zona.

Nuestros pensamientos están junto a los afectados, deseando que los incendios se controlen rápidamente, se limiten los daños materiales y no se produzcan pérdidas humanas.

La industria del vino ha sufrido el cambio climático durante muchos años, y la intensidad del Glass Fire es una señal de que es necesario tomar más medidas urgentes.

Desde OMET ofrecemos todo nuestro apoyo y colaboración para cuanto consideren necesario las autoridades locales.

Sobre OMET:

Red integrada por Estados soberanos (administraciones centrales y periféricas), empresas e instituciones de la cadena de valor, creada con el objetivo de contribuir al desarrollo económico-social de los destinos y sus ciudadanos, en un marco de gobernanza inclusiva y solidaria basado en los Objetivos para el Desarrollo Sostenible de la Agenda 2030 de Naciones Unidas.

Nasce a Organização Mundial do Turismo do Vinho e sua sede fica na Espanha – www.blog.tribunadonorte.com.br

Apostará no desenvolvimento do enoturismo, gerando processos e serviços acessíveis que envolvam os cidadãos.

Um total de 24 países vinculados ao mundo do vinho já faz parte da Organização Global de Enoturismo (GWTO), uma organização criada para promover a cooperação público-privada entre os países e redefinir uma estratégia renovada que responda ao papel do turismo do vinho. na ‘nova era’. Um de seus promotores é o fundador, presidente e CEO da Associação Espanhola de Enoturismo (AEE), José Antonio Vidal.

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Organização Mundial do Turismo reconhece e destaca a importância global do Enoturismo para o desenvolvimento rural – www.invinoviajas.com

O enoturismo é um dos segmentos de maior crescimento da demanda turística e um dos mais importantes.

Meu prezado leitor ou leitora, agora é oficial e globalmente aceito: o enoturismo é um dos segmentos de maior crescimento da demanda turística e um dos mais importantes. Como é ligado às tradições de comunidades e territórios rurais, pode gerar renda e emprego em regiões onde outras fontes de renda podem estar em decadência, porque ativa participantes de cadeias produtivas locais estratégicas em termos culturais, econômicos e sociais como o folclore, a história, o artesanato, o turismo de natureza, a gastronomia, o agro-turismo e outros. 

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Organização Mundial de Enoturismo é criada com sede na Espanha – www.diariodoturismo.com.br

O objetivo desta entidade é redefinir uma estratégia renovada e preparar as diretrizes para o novo enoturismo que está sendo e será vivido nesta Nova Era.

Acaba de ser anunciada na Espanha a criação da Organização Mundial de Enoturismo (GWTO) que nasce junto à Academia de Enoturismo. O DIÁRIO teve acesso aos princípios gerais da organização e reproduz aqui uma síntese do documento:

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Foto Apertura: Pixabay.

La OMET, un brindis por el enoturismo – www.medioglocal.es

La llamada Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) nació en este pasado mes de julio en el marco de los objetivos contemplados para el Desarrollo Sostenible de la Agenda 2030 de las Naciones Unidas.

Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) nació en este pasado mes de julio.

Cuando en España empezaban a pintar las uvas y los agricultores colocaban espantapájaros o redes para proteger sus viñas ante la incertidumbre de los peligros que acechan en toda vendimia, nacía la OMET, la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo. Una reunión a través de Internet que reunía a representantes de gobiernos, universidades y del sector privado para aunar esfuerzos en el sector del enoturismo en plena epidemia mundial por la covid19.

La llamada Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) nació en este pasado mes de julio en el marco de los objetivos contemplados para el Desarrollo Sostenible de la Agenda 2030 de las Naciones Unidas.

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España tendrá la sede de la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo – www.hosteleriaenvalencia.com/

Gobiernos, universidades y el sector privado tendrán que trabajar en coopetitividad a todos los niveles, para redefinir contenidos hacia una estrategia renovada, dado el papel que ha de ostentar el enoTurismo en la “Nueva Era“.

Gobiernos, universidades y el sector privado tendrán que trabajar en coopetitividad.

En esta etapa particularmente difícil, y que incluye el futuro “próximo”, la cooperación público-privada será esencial no sólo entre países, sino también en ámbitos domésticos. Gobiernos, universidades y el sector privado tendrán que trabajar en coopetitividad a todos los niveles, para redefinir contenidos hacia una estrategia renovada, dado el papel que ha de ostentar el EnoTurismo en la ‘Nueva Era’, dentro del contexto del desarrollo turístico en general. Esa es la razón por la cual se ha creado la Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) y su The EnoTourism Academy.

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Nace la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo y su sede se encuentra en España – www.tur43.es

El organismo ejercerá de interlocutor en los procesos de negociación con los Estados.

La Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) ejercerá de interlocutor en los procesos de negociación con los Estados, organizaciones territoriales y entidades.

Un total de 24 países vinculados al mundo del vino ya forman parte de la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo (OMET), un organismo que nace para favorecer la cooperación público-privada entre países y redefinir una estrategia renovada, que responda al papel que tiene el enoturismo en la ‘nueva era’. Uno de sus impulsores es el fundador, presidente y CEO de la Asociación Española de Enoturismo (AEE), José Antonio Vidal.

La Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) ejercerá de interlocutor en los procesos de negociación con los Estados, organizaciones territoriales y entidades y apostará por el desarrollo del enoturismo generando procesos y servicios accesibles que involucren a los ciudadanos.

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España será sede de la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo – www.vinetur.com

Nace Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) y The EnoTourism Academy.

José Antonio Vidal es el Fundador de GWTO y de Enotourism Academy.

En esta etapa particularmente difícil, y que incluye el futuro “próximo”, la cooperación público-privada será esencial no sólo entre países, sino también en ámbitos domésticos. Gobiernos, universidades y el sector privado tendrán que trabajar en coopetitividad a todos los niveles, para redefinir contenidos hacia una estrategia renovada, dado el papel que ha de ostentar el Enoturismo en la “nueva normalidad”, dentro del contexto del desarrollo turístico en general.

Esa es la razón por la cual se ha creado la Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) y The EnoTourism Academy.

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Nace la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo con sede en España – www.tecnovino.com

Nace la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo (Global Wine Tourism Organization GWTO) junto a la Academia de Enoturismo. El objetivo de esta entidad es redefinir una estrategia renovada y confeccionar las pautas del nuevo enoturismo que se está y se va a vivir en esta Nueva Era.

La sede central de esta Organización está establecida en Madrid.

En esta etapa particularmente difícil, y que incluye el futuro próximo, la cooperación público-privada será esencial no sólo entre países, sino también en ámbitos domésticos. Gobiernos, universidades y el sector privado tendrán que trabajar en coopetitividad a todos los niveles, para redefinir contenidos hacia una estrategia renovada, dado el papel que ha de ostentar el EnoTurismo en la “Nueva Era“, dentro del contexto del desarrollo turístico en general. Así, se ha creado la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo, en inglés Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) y su The EnoTourism Academy. La sede central de esta Organización está establecida en Madrid.

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Crean Global Wine Tourism Organization para desarrollar el Enoturismo – www.aginformacion.tv

Tendrá sede en Madrid y seguirá los Objetivos para el Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) de la Agenda 2030 de Naciones Unidas.

Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) buscará desarrollar y difundir el Enoturismo en todo el mundo, a partir de un trabajo colaborativo.

Tras la unión de una amplia red de países y sus empresas vinculadas a las industrias del vino y el turismo, se conformó la Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) y The EnoTourism Academy, que apostarán a desarrollar e impulsar el enoturismo a nivel mundial, siguiendo los Objetivos para el Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) de la Agenda 2030 de Naciones Unidas. La entidad tendrá sede en Madrid.

Representantes de los principales países vitivinícolas del mundo; de importantes empresas de las industrias del vino y del turismo; y del ámbito académico finalmente dieron vida a la anunciada Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO), la entidad que buscará desarrollar y difundir el enoturismo en todo el mundo, a partir de un trabajo colaborativo.

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España sede de la Global Wine Tourism Organization – www.mejoresvinosdelmundo.com

Para favorecer la colaboración internacional del sector vitivinícola.

Se crean la Global Wine Tourism Organization y The EnoTourism Academy para favorecer la colaboración internacional del sector vitivinícola.

En esta etapa particularmente difícil, y que incluye el futuro “próximo”, la cooperación público-privada será esencial no sólo entre países, sino también en ámbitos domésticos. Gobiernos, universidades y el sector privado tendrán que trabajar en coopetitividad a todos los niveles, para redefinir contenidos hacia una estrategia renovada, dado el papel que ha de ostentar el enoTurismo en la ‘Nueva Era’, dentro del contexto del desarrollo turístico en general.

Esa es la razón por la cual se ha creado la Global Wine Tourism Organization (GWTO) y su The EnoTourism Academy.

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Argentina formará parte de la nueva Organización Mundial del Enoturismo – www.mdzol.com

Un total de 24 países vinculados al mundo del vino ya forman parte de la Organización Mundial del Enoturismo (OMET) que tendrá su sede en Madrid.

La OMET tendrá su sede en Madrid.

El organismo nace para favorecer la cooperación público-privada entre países y redefinir una estrategia renovada, que responda al papel que tiene el enoturismo en la “nueva era”.

Uno de sus impulsores es el fundador, presidente y CEO de la Asociación Española de Enoturismo (AEE), José Antonio Vidal.

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La Importancia del Enoturismo para los destinos – www.hostnews.com.ar

Con la consigna de hablar de “La Importancia del Enoturismo para los Destinos”, el especialista español José Antonio Vidal participó del Ciclo de Encuentros virtuales, organizado por el Departamento de Capacitación y Formación Profesional de la Federación.

A fines de 2015, José Antonio Vidal fundó la Asociación Española de Enoturismo.

Descendiente de los creadores de las Bodegas y Viñedos San José, de España, cuyo origen es de fines del siglo XIX, el licenciado José Antonio Vidal explicó que viene de una familia de visionarios de un incipiente EnoTurismo que abrió las puertas de su establecimiento a vecinos y viajantes para que visiten las instalaciones. Formado en Derecho, Economía, Marketing y en Dirección y Gestión de Empresas, el disertante desarrolló su carrera profesional en EE.UU., Gran Bretaña, Francia, México y España. A fines de 2015, fundó la Asociación Española de Enoturismo (marca EnoTurismo de España®) y su Instituto del EnoTurismo de España, integrado por establecimientos afines a la cultura del vino y al sector turístico. Su objetivo es lograr el posicionamiento en los mercados, dotándolo de una estructura sólida, mediante la propuesta y desarrollo de programas en Knowledge Management y Market Strategy, aportando innovación al sector privado mediante una visión estratégica diferencial y complementaria con otras iniciativas.

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