" Ensuring the safety of your food and water "
What are the classifications of wine?
All the wines are classified in two specific categories :
- Wines with a geographical indication: the IG (wine with geographical indication). This category overlaps two sub-categories: AOC or AOP (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée or Appellation d'Origine Protégée) and IGP (Protected Geographical Indication).
- Wines that do not have a geographical indication: the SIG (wine without geographical indication). They are under the legislation of FranceAgriMer. They can then carry the notion of "Wine of France" or "Table wine".
The international code of oenological practices (OIV) as well as European regulations set certain limits of contaminants in wine. Phytocontrol is able to search for most of these contaminants such as pesticides, metals, ochratoxin A, biogenic amines, phthalates and bisphenol A, allergens, ethyl carbamate as well as nutritional values.
The Phytocontrol offer
Phytocontrol is accredited by COFRAC and has one of the most important scopes of accreditation on vine and wine in France.
Completeness of the analytical offer
Standard lead times from 2 to 5 days
Emergency delays of 24 to 48 hours
Updating of screenings according to approvals and residue definitions
R & D
Scientific team dedicated to regulatory updates and to listen to your specific needs.
Collection specific to the vineyard