There’s a good chance the wine you’re drinking doesn’t taste great, was made from conventionally farmed grapes produced with chemicals that are harmful to your health, and contributes to environmental destruction.
Responsibly made wines taste better, are better for you, and better for the planet. Wines labeled organic, biodynamic, or that have other eco-certifications rate on average six points higher in professional blind tastings1. These wines are free of pesticides and herbicides and contribute to the regeneration of soils and the environment.
Less than 3% of the world’s wines are produced naturally today2. The good news is that number is growing, and we’re doing our part to accelerate the transition in the vineyard, the winemaking process, and the packaging and distribution of wine. By 2030, our goal is to have at least 10% of the world’s wine produced responsibly.
1"Does Organic Wine Taste Better? An Analysis of Experts' Ratings," Magali A. Delmas, Olivier Gergaud, and Jinghui Lim, Journal of Wine Economics, Volume 11, Number 3, 2016
2"Organic Wine Report 2013-2023," The IWSR, February 2017