Churchill’s is a boutique producer of premium Port and Douro wines founded in 1981 by master blender Johnny Graham, whose family has produced wine in the Douro for six generations. Churchill’s is the last independent British port shipper and a family-run business. We are a team of just 40 people producing 50,000 handcrafted cases each year, […]

Jackson Family Wines – Regenerative Farming and Carbon Sequestration

Executive Summary: In 2017, Jackson Family Wines was awarded a grant from the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Healthy Soils Program to explore the impacts of carbon farming. This was the first such grant awarded in a working vineyard. In collaboration with the Sonoma Resource Conservation District, we have dedicated two vineyard blocks to […]

Alpha Omega – Water Conservation and Reclamation

Company Summary: Alpha Omega, a family-owned, boutique winery in the Rutherford appellation, in the heart of Napa Valley, began its journey in 2006 to be recognized as one of the great wine estates of the world. Founded by Robin and Michelle Baggett, Alpha Omega utilizes prized grapes from its own sustainably farmed vineyards and other […]

OÉ for Good – National Deposit-Return Scheme for wine

Company Summary: Oé is the committed french wine brand. We do right by doing good. We are always looking for new ways to go further in our commitments towards the environment and our biodiversity. We shall always find new ways to be better. We are a brand of organic, vegan and pesticide free wines that […]

Boutèy – Crushing climate change not wine bottles.

Company Summary: Boutèy  is a newly established bottle strategy being implemented in the British Columbia wine sector.  Boutèy is on a mission to reduce the amount of virgin wine bottles being made.  We curate glass wine bottles and prepare them for reuse in the wine industry. Each bottle saved and reintroduced into the system 5 […]

Textura Wines – A shared effort for resource recovery

Company Summary: Textura Wines Lda, a family-based wine project, located in Dão Region – Serra da Estrela, started its business in 2018 covered by sustainable developments strategies due to the background experiences of the owners: Patricia is a university professor of socio-environmental management and Marcelo is a former investments and risk manager. They choose this […]

Cantina Goccia – Good Wine in Alternative Packaging

Executive Summary: Cantina Goccia was the first winery in the world to produce wine in the paper Frugal Bottle, launching 3Q, a Sangiovese blend, in June 2020.  CG goal is to produce 80% of its wines in the paper bottle and will achieve this goal in 2022.  CG’s wine in the paper bottle is now […]

Tablas Creek – Water Retention In The Soil

Executive Summary: Wine grapes are grown mostly in Mediterranean climates where water availability is threatened by climate change. At our vineyard in Paso Robles, we have made a successful transition from irrigated to unirrigated plantings over the last two decades, and implemented several changes to improve our soil’s water-holding capacity. These have included Biodynamic and […]

D.O.Q. Priorat – ECrowd Invest Isolated Solar Energy For PERINET WINERY

Company Summary: Perinet is a spectacular estate vineyard in the Priorat DOQ, located approximately at 90 min. drive from Barcelona. Perinet Winery is an entirely unique asset in the Priorat, in part due to the original developer’s approach which made the efforts in carrying out their vision to invest in a premium winery and a […]

Amorim – Using Amorim Cork Stoppers To Lower The Wineries’ Environmental Footprint

Executive Summary: Over the past two years, EY has developed several studies for Amorim to assess the company’s environmental, social and economic impacts. As part of the Group’s sustainability strategy, these studies also made it possible to calculate the environmental footprints of its main products, and concluded, without exception, that they have a negative carbon […]