Cantina San Donaci obtained the in the IFS Certificate (International Food Standard) in June 2015. This standard, required by the German and French market, seeks to achieve universal food safety in the context of complete transparency of the food chain. The IFS requirements for suppliers of German and French GDO are related to quality management and HACCP, resource management and management of production processes, measurements, analysis, and improvements. IFS standard consists of two quality levels: the basic level, which is the minimum required to obtain the certification, and the advanced level that defines the highest standard for the food company.
In addition to being sound and enjoyable, wine must demonstrate its own personality. Imparted by the territory from which it originates, and by the technical capabilities, professional competencies and the specific philosophy of the producer.
BRITISH RETAIL CONSORTIUM
Cantina San Donaci, in addition to the IFS Certification, also obtained the BRC certification on August 7, 2015 by the Italian certification agency CSQA. This certification required by the English market, is a guarantee to the final consumer, certifying both the production process and the standards of hygiene in which the Company operates. As can be seen from the certificate, Cantina San Donaci has obtained the “Standard level” for the following stages: “ The Wine making (racking, filtering, clarifying) and bottling of still wines, including red, white, and rosè wines, bottled in glass bottles. Wine making (racking, filtering, clarifying) of wine in bulk, including red, white, and rosè wines.