We always strive to maintain a balance between the financial, environmental and social goals in directing and conducting our activities.

  • Creating sustainable value over time
  • Sustainability governance
  • Human rights
  • Diversity and inclusion
SDG 12
SDG 13


board members


economic value generated

distributed among stakeholders



the Company Code of Conduct and Ethics


of the Board of Directors and computer-using employees received training

about anti-corruption policies and procedures in FY 2022

Starting in 2019, we embarked on the journey to Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), adopting an industrialized continued improvement system of all the performances that the “Learning Organization” puts into practice through participatory management of our people.

Requiring cooperation among all teams, TPM aims to create a “positive zero” culture, namely zeroing everything that is not regarded as added value for the product, stakeholders and shareholders.

TPM Pillars

Focused improvement Support continued change; maximize production efficiency
Autonomous maintenance Encourage the autonomy of operators in the efficient and effective management of systems
Professional maintenance Make systems efficient, safe and technological
Quality management Control the process and parts to have zero faults
Early equipment management Capitalize on experiences, observing times and costs and achieving the expected performances
Training & education Train operators not only in know-how but also in “know-why” in a continuous exchange among the pillars
TPM office Improve customer satisfaction through effective and efficient management
Environment Make Ruffino a global leader in sustainable winemaking
Health & safety Make Ruffino a safe company today and tomorrow

Governance and TPM are the driving forces that generate processes of change by intercepting the company’s internal and external needs and challenges.
The pillars set short- and long-term goals, whose achievement creates a process of continued improvement.

Sustainability Governance

Creating sustainable value is an essential condition for us to be able to preserve and grow the value of the assets that have been entrusted to us over time, including the land and vineyards that must generate grapes in line with qualitative and quantitative production expectations.

In FY 2022, we distributed approximately 99% of the overall value generated to the Group’s priority stakeholder categories.

The CBI ESG Committee issues the strategic guidelines for the Group.

The Executive Committee sets out the Group’s specific ESG priorities, deciding the sustainability guidelines locally and is tasked with monitoring the evolution and prevention of risks.

The Sustainability & Environmental Team implements the guidelines set out by the Executive Committee.