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Wine tourism

The term "enotourism" means all the wine knowledge activities carried out in the place of production, visits to places of culture, production or exhibition of tools useful for the cultivation of the vine, tasting and marketing of wine production corporate, also in combination with food, educational and recreational initiatives within the cellars.
The tax provisions of article 5 of the law of 30 December 1991, n., Apply to the carrying out of the wine tourism activity. 413. The flat-rate value added tax regime referred to in article 5, paragraph 2, of law no. 413 of 1991 applies only to agricultural producers referred to in articles 295 and following of Council Directive 2006/112 / EC of 28 November 2006.
By decree of the Minister of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies, in agreement with the Minister of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, adopted in agreement with the Permanent Conference for relations between the state, the regions and the autonomous provinces of Trento and of Bolzano, guidelines and guidelines are defined with regard to the minimum quality requirements and standards, with particular reference to the local wine production, for the exercise of the wine tourism activity. 505. The wine tourism activity is exercised, upon presentation to the municipality of competence of the certified notification of start of activity (SCIA), pursuant to article 19 of the law of 7 August 1990, n. 241, in compliance with regional regulations, on the basis of the requirements and standards governed by the decree referred to in paragraph 504 ″.
It should be remembered that the Consolidated Wine Act:
it allows that "the protection consortia referred to in paragraph 4, also in collaboration with public and private bodies and organizations, can favor and promote wine tourism promotion activities" (art.40, paragraph 11); changes the discipline of "wine roads" (art.87), allowing farms to administer traditional agri-food products and designated products with a protected designation of origin (PDO) or a protected geographical indication (PGI) of the region to which they belong (art .87)