Secondary packaging signifies a bottle’s collectable status in the premium whiskey market, but, now that sustainability is top of mind, consumers are shifting their priorities
EcoSpirits set out to tackle the enormous waste and carbon emissions produced by single-use glass bottles in the beverage industry with a technology and design solution based on reuse
Lightweight glass, recycling, and alternative packaging provide steps towards a greener future, but the ultimate solution lies in reuse
As the wine industry reckons with the climate impact of its global transportation network, options multiply for decarbonizing freight and shipping
Some vineyard managers are turning to this affordable, natural farming method to combat a growing suite of climate change-related problems, such as drought and soil health
Using gene-editing technologies like CRISPR, researchers are fighting back against one of the wine industry’s biggest problems—powdery mildew disease
As a means of fighting climate change and preserving history, producers across Europe are reviving grape varieties that have never been cultivated for modern, commercial wine production
A draft EU proposal would prohibit the use of pesticides in nature reserves—but for winemakers in the challenging region of the Wachau, is there an alternative?
As climate change continues to alter viticulture, some farmers are harnessing the power of an ancient fungus to strengthen their vines
Our associate editor reports on five bottles—four wines and one sake—that illustrate many of the broader trends shaping the global beverage industry today
With environmental integrity ranking high among consumer priorities, how can drinks brands work with nonprofits to make a meaningful impact?
Discarded grape pomace, free-run press juice, and dropped fruit can all become key ingredients in other revenue-driving products, from cosmetics to vermouth