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“10 million euros to support the storage of Dop and Igp wines, certified or capable of becoming such, and held in plants located in the national territory”: as expected, it makes available the decree of the Ministry of Agriculture that obtained the go-ahead in the State Regions Conference.
“A further tool to cope with the market crisis in the wine sector – explains a note from the Ministry – following the spread of Covid-19, in particular of the Horeca channel. The text provides for the extension of the measure also to bottled wines, the application of sanctions in the event of failure to maintain the commitment and the possibility for companies to renounce in the event of a proportional reduction due to excess requests. Applications to obtain the grant must be submitted by the producers of each establishment on the Sian portal (National Agricultural Information System) based on the provisions of Agea which, with a subsequent circular, will set the procedures and the submission period for a maximum of 5 days ” .
“We are putting in place an additional tool to support the wine sector”, comments the Undersecretary for Agricultural Policies, with responsibility for wine, Gian Marco Centinaio: “This is good news for those who have been penalized in recent months”.
A decree on storage, which comes after the two, signed in recent days, with which the Ministry has extended the deadlines for the OMM Promotion programs in Third Countries, and the planting authorizations of the vineyards.

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