EntWine Australia - the industry's most significant environmental initiative

Strachan, Stephen
July 2009
Australian & New Zealand Wine Industry Journal;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p56
Trade Publication
The article features Entwine Australia, the first national environment assurance scheme initiated by the country's wine industry. The program was developed by the Winemaker's Federation in Australia (WFA) through the Wine Industry National Environment Committee. It notes that the program will provide a formal way to keep a track record in areas such as responsible use of irrigation water, pesticide and management of vineyard soils.


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