Climate change is affecting masively the agriculture around the world. The wine industry is no exception, as grapes are very sensitive to high temperatures. Unfortunately, temperatures are forecast to keep rising during this century, exerting an increasingly negative impact on the wine and grape sector. We have a shared responsibility, whether we’re big or small players, to not only control and monitor, but also work together in reducing our carbon footprint and the global warming it causes.
Water is a natural ingredient in every single wine. It is essential to ensure any wine production and good quality wines. Water footprint helps us to identify our water necessities both in the winery and the vinyerd and establish reductions ove time.It is our responsibility to use this natural resource adequately, because, without water, there is no good wine.
The infinitive benefits of using cork are widely identified across the wine sector. Nevertheless, their properties offer a significant number of potential applications in other sector making it the material of the future.
Water should be understood as a renewable but limited resource that requires the appropriate measurement and monitoring strategies. By doing this we will be able to keep doing what we love most: making high-quality wines.
It is necessary to define and understand properly the concept if waste in any sector in order yo identify the sources of waste at any stage of the production process. In the wine industry, we have different sources of waste along diverse wine production stages that require our attention and analysis so as to establish an adequate waste management strategy in our business models
The glass bottle is a key element in the wine industry. However, the glass manufacturing sector is highly energy-intensive, and much like other organizations whose internal operations consume high amounts of energy, this puts the industry in a difficult position when it comes to reducing its energy needs and emissions.
The transportation of bulk wine and its bottling in the country of destination offers a significant number of environmental and economic benefits to the sector.
Integrate sustainable initiatives in cooperages and forest are important for the resilience and continuity of the wine barrel industry