Wednesday, 19 April 2023

Support for shifting to lighter wine bottles

Written by Redazione

Although some consumers may believe that “a heavy bottle signals a better wine,” some in the wine sector are shifting to lighter bottles, some as low as 380 grams.

Using lighter bottles could reduce wine’s carbon footprint by as much as 29 percent, lower shipping costs, and demonstrate environmental stewardship.

The author suggests that support for lighter bottles may increase among consumers after they learn the environmental justification for them.

 

Qatar Duty Free acquisisce il monopolio di vendita degli alcolici

01-03-2024 | Estero

Qatar Duty Free ha annunciato l'acquisizione completa di Qatar Distribution...

L'enologo siciliano Pietro Russo terzo Master of Wine Italiano

26-02-2024 | Arte del bere

Pietro Russo, rinomato enologo siciliano, ha ottenuto il prestigioso titolo...

Chilean scientists turn wine and beer residues into healthy foods

20-02-2024 | News

Chilean scientists Carmen Soto and Lida Fuentes are conducting innovative...

Success for Oiv's ampelography course in Chile

29-01-2024 | News

From December 4 to 8, 2023, the 3rd edition of...

Studio impatto delle filiere Federvini

24-01-2024 | Studi e Ricerche

Dalle Filiere Federvini più di 20 miliardi di valore aggiunto...

Liv-ex: ancora molta pressione sui prezzi, Champagne in cima agli scambi

20-12-2023 | Trend

Gli champagne di prestigio hanno guidato quest'anno la lista dei...

Federvini

   Via Mentana 2/B, 00185 Roma
+39.06.49.41.630
+39.06.44.69.421
+39.06.49.41.566
redazione@federvini.it
www.federvini.it
   C.F. 01719400580

Condividi

Newsletter

Iscriviti alla newsletter per ricevere le news del portale Federvini.

Follow us

  

Please publish modules in offcanvas position.