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The Project

European comunity initiative: Spain-Portugal cross border cooperation

Programa Cooperación Transfronteriza ESPAÑA - PORTUGALThe “Rutas do Viño da Eurorrexión Galicia-Norte de Portugal” (Wine routes of the Euroregion Galicia-North Portugal) project, is jointly financed by FEDER through the “Programa operativo de cooperacación transfronteriza España-Portugal” (Spain-Portugal cross border cooperation operating program). The project′s focus is to create, prepare and promote the wine routes on the Galicia-North Portugal Euroregion as a public-private cooperation tool to improve competitiveness in the wine industry and the development of the wine tourism, and also increase the cultural identity value of the Euroregion.

Rutas do Viño Galicia Norte de Portugal
A wine route is "a tourism product organized around the main theme of wine and located in a specific area identified with a wine appellation of origin (DO). The routes include enological, cultural and picturesque features of interest, among which may be found, in addition to wineries, other establishments that provide catering services, accommodation, education and entertainment and leisure, meeting the relevant requirements connected to that route.“ Therefore, it is the SMEs that are the ultimate beneficiaries of the project.

The geographical area of intervention is that corresponding to the municipalities that are included in the five Galician appellations of origin (Rías Baixas, Ribeiro, Ribeira Sacra, Monterrei, and Valdeorras) along with the DO Vinho Verde in Northern Portugal, participating wine territories that have recently, formed their managing body (Rías Baixas, Ribeiro, the Vinho Verde), with varying degrees of consolidation, with others who aim to have formed during the project phase.

The project is expected to improve the competitiveness of wine as a strategic resource of the Galician and Northern Portuguese economies, to improve public-private cooperation, the internationalization of SMEs, increase wine tourism, and contribute to the diversification of rural areas.