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FPT Industrial Partners with Slow Wine for the Presentation of the 2022 Guide to Italy’s Best Wineries

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Raising a Glass to a Sustainability Award

Turin, 11 October 2021 – FPT Industrial has confirmed and expanded its partnership with Slow Food by participating  at the presentation of the 2022 edition of the Slow Wine Guide to the best Italian wineries,  held on 8 October at Palazzo Castiglioni in Milan, during the city’s Wine Week. 

From left: Roberta Ceretto, Daniela Ropolo and Alessandro Ceretto, with Guide editors Giancarlo Gariglio and Fabio Giavedoni

The twelfth edition, which includes reviews of 1,958 wineries, sees the return of two of the  guide’s most important characteristics, suspended in 2020 due to the pandemic. 

First of all, the team’s visits to the wineries, a unique feature amongst wine guides, and secondly the return of the guide’s distinctive rating system, its Snails, the symbol awarded to  wineries that interpret the values of sensory, territorial and environmental excellence in  tune with the Slow Food philosophy. This year 218 wineries received the coveted Snails,  including 23 new entries. The region with the most Snails is Piedmont, followed by Tuscany and  Veneto. 

During the presentation of the guide, the prize-giving ceremony for the three Slow Wine  Awards (lifetime, young wine-maker and sustainable wine-growing) were also consigned. The sustainable wine-growing award, promoted and sponsored by FPT Industrial, was 

presented to the Ceretto family of Alba, represented in Milan by cousins Alessandro and  Roberta, by Daniela Ropolo, head of sustainable initiatives for CNH Industrial, who  commented: “Since 2010 the Ceretto family, reinvigorated by an exemplary generational  handover, has implemented a clear commitment to radically changing its growing techniques,  with the conversion of its over 100 hectares of vineyards to certified organic methods, and since  2018 to biodynamic management. The winery’s innovation and sustainability combine to  produce quality: these are values that CNH Industrial shares and promotes with conviction, also  and above all in its industrial operations, which are increasingly required to harmonize perfectly  with their host environment”. 

Inaugurated in December 2020 and continued with the official partnership at Slow Fish 2021 – The Water Cycles, the association between FPT Industrial and Slow Food continues to  expand and increase in complexity, confirming the brand’s strong commitment to sustainability,  with an all-embracing vision expressed in different macro-areas of action. First and foremost,  its products, which are becoming more and more environment-friendly and are the heart of the  FPT Industrial solutions for the future of mobility, then its production processes, which must  constantly reduce their environmental impact without losing efficiency, and finally support for  the communities working to safeguard the ecosystem by adopting and conserving fair,  sustainable farming, fishing and processing methods. 

“Our commitment to quality, sustainable agriculture, and wine-growing in particular, is widely  confirmed by our range of engines for farming applications, increasingly oriented towards  alternative fuels with very low environmental impact,” stated Egle Panzella, Sustainability  Manager at FPT Industrial. “Being Official Partner of Slow Wine for the launch of the 2022 Guide  is a great honor, and offers us the opportunity to meet people and organizations who share our  daily commitment to making sustainability no longer the exception but rather the rule, which  must shape everything we do as people and as businesses.” 

The event continued on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 October with Italy’s largest ever wine  tasting, hosted by Mega Watt Court, also in Milan, with over 1,000 labels belonging to the top rated wineries featured in the 2022 Slow Wine Guide. FPT Industrial was also present at this  event, attended by a large number of wine enthusiasts, with its own corner illustrating its  partnership with Slow Food and Slow Wine and its other initiatives dedicated to all aspects of  sustainability.  

FPT Industrial is a brand of CNH Industrial, dedicated to the design, production and sale of powertrains for on road and off-road vehicles, as well as marine and power generation applications. The company employs more  than 8,000 people worldwide, in ten manufacturing plants and seven R&D Centers. The FPT Industrial sales network consists of 73 dealerships and about 800 service centers in almost 100 countries. A wide product offering,  including six engine ranges from 42 hp up to 1,006 hp, transmissions with maximum torque of 200 Nm up to 500  Nm, front and rear axles from 2 to 32 ton GAW (Gross Axle Weight). FPT Industrial offers the most complete line up of natural gas engines on the market for industrial applications, with power that goes from 136 to 460 HP. This  extensive offering and a strong focus on R&D activities make FPT Industrial a world leader in industrial  powertrains. For more information, go to www.fptindustrial.com

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