Podcast – Codes, normes et croyances – Ce que l’ évolution de nos modeles alimentaires disent de nos sociétés

ARENI rencontre Véronique Pardo, anthropologiste alimentaire et directrice de l’Observatoire CNIEL des Habitudes Alimentaires. Avec elle, nous abordons les questions des valeurs sous-jacentes qui nourrissent nos modeles alimentaires et ce que les récentes tendances nous permettent de deviner sur le futur de nos sociétés, et sur la place des Grands Vins au sein de tout cela.

Five takeaways from 2020

The collective brain power of ARENI’s contributors tracked the changes as they happened, discussing and analysing what it said about the future of wine. Here are some highlights of what we discussed in 2020.

Five reasons to consider collective models – How coming together could futureproof the Fine Wine world

Collective models have defined wine production for decades. In every winemaking country, producers have come together in local, regional and national enterprises to share a common vision for quality, process and promotion. Wine people came together because they had to, and because joining forces was the best way to survive and answer particular needs.
Now, faced with a new crisis, can collective models still facilitate our short- and long-term needs?

In This Together – How Fine Wine is re-thinking its collective models

This year has brought the importance of community into stark relief. Yet, as a group, we are still exploring what “in this together” means, in terms of both production and distribution.
A panel discussion to address important questions, as the dramatic changes in our working lives will extend into 2021 and beyond, upending the old ways altogether.