The Vin du Pays de Herve- Belgium Winery with long History and Tradition
The country of Belgium has a long tradition in wine and the history of wine in the country runs deeper than many think. Many historical studies have been conducted on wine in the country, the most significant being the study conducted by Joseph Halkin in 1895.
The Vin du Pays de Herve in Belgium is a cooperative company with a limited liability and a specific social purpose.
Aims to produce the Highest-Quality Wines
The cooperation aims to create a 10 hectares vineyard in the Pays de Herve area of Belgium; produce the highest quality Belgian wines while respecting the environment and avoiding the use of any pesticides; develop a winery that is not only for wine making but also for gathering and training; provide food products that pair perfectly with the wines produced; train interested people in cultivation and wine making techniques; support social, economic, cultural and environmental projects; and become a local player in the development of the local social economy and environmental protection.
The Winery Team
The Vin du Pays de Herve cooperation currently has approximately 600 members and has raised more than 750 000 Euros. They have planted over 8 hectares of vines and the first harvest is scheduled for September 2020. For those who are interested in wine making and viticulture, the Vin du Pays de Herve offers training on the choice of plots, grape varieties and how to install a plot of vines; the annual cycle of the vine and working the vines; different vinification techniques’ the aging and good conditions needed for the conservation of wine; how to create a wine estate; and how to produce clean and organic wines.