New Zealand may be ahead of the sustainability game with almost all producers signed up to an accreditation system, but on the ground it is far from a one-size-fits-all model, writes Sally Easton MW.
Bottling specialist Encirc Wines is launching a campaign at this year’s Beautiful South event that allows visitors to offset their carbon from travelling to the show.
The distillery which produces Caorunn gin is to become the third Scottish distillery to install eco-friendly boilers thanks to funding from the UK Green Investment Bank.
An eco-friendly fridge which chills your beer underground without the need for electricity has been released with the promise of saving the world, “one earth cooled beer at a time.”
Distilleries in Scotland are to benefit from a £5 million fund to help them become more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Liberty Wines is claiming to be the first UK wine distributor to become certified as carbon neutral.
The world’s largest privately held spirits company has unveiled its ambitious plans to build a more sustainable future.
British packaging firm GreenBottle has launched the world’s first paper wine bottle in the US with California wine producer Truett-Hurst, with a label designed by Stranger & Stranger.
Drinks giant Diageo, has announced it is confident of reaching its ambitious target of reducing its carbon emissions by 50% by 2015.
The shortlist for db’s Green Awards has been announced with companies from Spain, the US, New Zealand and South Africa featuring.
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