Grain de Sail, the first commercial exporter of wine by sail freight, shows that sail ship transport isn’t always a green gimmick, but can offer a viable—and scalable—alternative to conventional cargo
The spirits industry has long struggled to lower its carbon footprint—but that’s changing as producers adopt new approaches to curb emissions
The 2021 vintage underscored the many challenges that southern French producers are facing amidst climatic extremes and rising temperatures. How will it impact their rosés?
Perfect presentation is more than great garnishes, and with the right tools it can be sustainable and cost-effective, too
From employing regenerative farming to going carbon-neutral—or even carbon-negative—producers large and small are pushing themselves to innovate for the future of the planet
Younger generations increasingly look to brands’ sustainability credentials when purchasing. What does this mean for both large and small spirits companies going forward?
From repurposing wastewater for fisheries to implementing closed-loop recycling systems, water-guzzling U.S. distilleries are getting creative to conserve water
From small producers to large cooperatives, a paradigm shift in farming practices is taking root in this conservative corner of northern Italy
The science behind horses’ impact on soil and vineyard health—and why some growers around the world are bringing back this traditional, yet difficult, way of farming
Throughout its vineyards, cellar, and business model, this leading New Zealand winery is taking a holistic approach to sustainability and leading by example