Our competitors are focussed on sustainability too

Green, Jonathan
May 2011
Wine & Viticulture Journal;May/Jun2011, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p94
The article presents the author's insights on sustainable wine and grape business programs of wine makers in and outside Australia. He says that the Winemakers' Federation of Australia (WFA) has the Entwine Australia national environmental sustainability scheme. However, he says that many wine makers in other countries has well developed sustainability programs, like the Lodi Rules sustainability program in California and the Integrated Production of Wine (IPW) scheme in South Africa.


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