Bodegas Emilio Moro in Spain highlighted the use of new technologies in winemaking, including the use of blockchain to certify the designation of origin of wine. This was reported by the Vinetur site on July 20.
According to the Vinetur article, CEO José Moro has successfully followed a path where “innovation and tradition meet”.
“At Bodegas Emilio Moro they are pioneers in Spain and possibly in a large part of the world in applying a range of technologies to the vineyard in order not only to improve the quality of the grapes and the end product, but also to accelerate and accelerate them . ” automate the processes to a considerable extent, ”says the publication.
“”Since 2017, the businessman has been very focused on strengthening what he calls the “house of the future” through the use of combined technologies such as IoT (Internet of Things), artificial intelligence, biotechnology, robotics or big data.and we are teaming up with major technology companies, ”they added later.
Blockchain and D.O. From wine
According to Vinetur The wineries’ intrapreneurship program has promoted agreements with companies like Startup Cubic Fort, which uses the Internet of Things to get data, robotics to get it from every property, and blockchain to get the Designation of Origin (DO) to be certified).
“A company like Bodegas Emilio Moro often has to provide a third party with all information about the grape’s origin, route, and circumstances to demonstrate that it meets product control and certification requirements. To do this, the DO seal must be obtained. This project makes this process much faster, more decentralized, without intermediaries and with the possibility of being easily consulted by different agents, ”they said in the publication.
José Moro referred to these topics and said:
“At Emilio Moro we have been committed to innovation for years so that we know exactly what is going on in the vineyard so that we can control the quality of the grapes as well as possible and make the best of it. Thanks to technology, the processes are finer and more subtle, which means that the grape and everything that goes with it are more faithfully transferred to the bottle. The market demands wines that are friendly on the palate but have personality and aromatic diversity, and that is achieved with an increasingly respectful process with the Grape that favors the appearance of these nuances in the bottle “.
Then he also noticed:
“With the technology, we don’t want to replace the basement hand, but to provide you with more tools to reliably and efficiently produce different types of wine for different target groups. There is always a creative and emotional part in wine that depends on the people. That day where that’s not the case, we’ll do something else. ”
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