For us, controlling our resources and innovation are fundamental. so we promote the use of renewable sources of energies by installing solar panels. The sun is a renewable source of energy that does not contaminate and reduces the emissions of greenhouse gases. We have installed solar panels in our wineries. These panels help to fulfill up to 20 % of the total energy usage. Our panels currently generate between 35000 and 40000 kWH/year. We also have a programme targeted at reducing energy usage and improving energetic efficiency, thus leading to the minimization of greenhouse gases emissions.
We are devoted, generation after generation, to the conservation of the environment and responsible exploitation of natural resources.
At Pere Seda, we have always practiced a viticulture that is respectful to the environment by using products that are not damaging to our natural surroundings. The 54 hectares that are owned by Pere Seda are managed by the integrated production system, a system which is more respectful to the environment than traditional agriculture. Moreover, a majority of the farmers that grow grapes for Pere Seda are also using the integrated production system, following Pere Seda’s counsel.
At Pere Seda, we are fully committed to the preservation of the environment, which is shown by the protections and improvements that have been implemented in all our activities, from the vineyard to the winery, as well as logistics.We understand this responsibility as an active duty and we develop it in different focus points by making a good use of the elements for recycling.
At Pere Seda, we champion an excellent waste management protocol for any waste generated during the production of wine and also for logistics. The winery includes an entire section that is solely dedicated to the sorting of the waste materials into different categories such as glass, cardboard and plastic containers. Organic waste produced during the wine making process, like grape peel, are repurposed as food for farm animals, thus giving a sustainable use to organic waste.
Pere Seda obtained the food safety ISO22000 certification, which reinforces the commitment to quality and excellency. In the winery, we have always strived for the best wine quality, which was backed by a food safety system and, nowadays, we can reiterate this commitment with the awarding of the ISO22000 certification. This certification is internationally acknowledged as a guarantee that the food safety management system is being implemented in our winery.
Pere Seda Winery has always practised a viticulture that is respectful to the environment by using products that are not damaging to our natural surroundings. The 54 hectares that are owned by Pere Seda are managed by the integrated production system, a system which is more respectful to the environment than traditional agriculture. Moreover, a majority of the farmers that grow grapes for Pere Seda are also using the integrated production system, following Pere Seda’s counsel.
Die Ursprungsbezeichnung Pla und Llevant wurde 1999 gegründet. Sie umfasst 19 Gemeinde des Süden und Südosten Mallorcas: Algaida, Ariany, Artà, Campos, Capdepera, Felanitx, Llucmajor, Manacor, Maria de la Salut, Montuïri, Muro, Petra, Porreres, Sant Joan, Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, Santa Margalida, Santanyí , Sineu und Vilafranca de Bonany. Zurzeit gehören ihr 14 Bodegas, 79 Weinbauern und 472 ha Anbaufläche an. Pere Seda war eine der Gründerkellereien der Ursprungsbezeichnung, und ist die Nr. 2 im Register.