As the wine sector works to shrink its carbon footprint, producers are becoming awareof the role of bottle weight in driving greenhouse gasses due to the shipping and manufacture of their glass bottles.

Suppliers are developing new technologies and products to make glass more sustainable by making the bottles lighter, overhauling the furnaces, and changing the composition of bottles.

 

Considering alternatives to glass wine bottles

02-08-2022 | News

The author cautions consumers from assuming that alternatives to the glass wine...

United Kingdom: Transformational border pilots to create an Ecosystem of Trust

02-08-2022 | News

The Brexit Opportunities Minister, Jacob Rees-Mogg, announced on 13 July...

Australia: China tariff crisis causes Australian wine exports to fall by AUD$2.08 billion

02-08-2022 | News

According to the latest Wine Australia’s Export Report, the value of Australian...

Working to reduce the wine sector’s carbon emissions from glass packaging

22-07-2022 | News

As the wine sector works to shrink its carbon footprint...

Climate change: Fires rage & temperatures soar throughout Europe

22-07-2022 | News

 Wildfires are raging in France and Spain as Europe experiences an...

Spain: Government approving reduction of grape insurance costs

22-07-2022 | News

The General Commission of the State Agricultural Insurance Entity (ENESA) reportedly...

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