Wine For The Planet

July 16, 2019

Making wine can use a great deal of energy. Everything from making the bottles to transporting grapes can take a toll on the environment. Many winemakers are now making changes in farming and production to reduce their footprint. International Wineries Against Climate Change was created by Familia Torres and Jackson Family Wines to promote best practices. Reducing the weight of bottles and using solar energy are just two of many methods to better the world. Another group working to fight climate change is The Porto Protocol. Read on to learn how the wine industry is working together to conserve resources!

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