TInazzi (R)evolution

“For the Tinazzi family, sustainability means committing ourselves on several fronts: environmental, economic and social, so that our group of wineries develops in a way that ensures the needs of the present generation but without compromising the opportunity for future generations to achieve their owns” says Francesca Tinazzi, partner at Tinazzi S.R.L.

Tradition and innovation are strongly connected with Tinazzi’s mission: in more than 50 years of activity, they have merged with the uniqueness of the territory in which the company operates and in which the Tinazzi family has always been able to combine the core business with the respect for the environment and for the sustainable development.
Tinazzi’s sustainability journey began in the 2000s with an innovative plant management system, then progressively introducing supply chain traceability systems, conforming to legal certifications and inaugurating the organic production line. Over the years, the company has continuously consolidated the environmental sustainability projects trend in terms of plants and products.
The publication of the first edition of the 2021 Sustainability Report is a clear demonstration of Tinazzi’s determination to report the present and the near future of a company that aims to be a model of economic growth and at the same time also sustainable, towards the environment, the people and the community in which it operates.

From the end of 2021, Tinazzi’s ever-growing commitment to sustainability takes also shape in terms of communication with the creation of Tinazzi (R)Evolution. This project, which combines all the environmental sustainability initiatives and projects that Tinazzi dedicates to corporate social responsibility, gets its name from the more and more felt need in the company for evolution, change, revolution, commitment to the future: all these issues are enclosed in “TINAZZI (R)EVOLUTION”.

 

Certificates

Tinazzi attentively follows quality standards and annually renews the following certifications: ISO 9001:2008 (Management System for Certified Quality), UNI EN ISO 22005:2008 (Traceability in the food chain), BRC Global Standards (British Retail Consortium), IFS (International Food Standard).

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    ISO 9001:2008 (Management System for Certified Quality)

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    UNI EN ISO 22005:2008 (Traceability in the food chain)

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    BRC (British Retail Consortium)

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    IFS (International Food Standard)