The Wineries’ Eco-Statements:

AEW eco-statements
In making his selections George sought terroirs that were “clean and green” to begin with, such as New Zealand and Tasmania.

Brothers in Arms  (Australia)
Click here For our Code of Practice sheet

Chapel Hill (Australia)
At Chapel Hill there exists a deep respect for our land. We promote soil health to build resilience and character in our vines. In the winery, our focus is on gentle small batch winemaking with minimal intervention.

Credaro  (Australia)
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Killibinbin  (Australia)
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Grey’s Peak (New Zealand)

Grey’s Peak farms all its vineyards organically and was named the 2016 New Zealand Organic Vineyard of the Year. All power is from hydro-electric sources and we support the “Greening Waipara” project to replant native bush.

Tora Bay (New Zealand)
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Rockburn (New Zealand)
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Fossil Point (California)

Click here for SIP sheet

Lumen (California)
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Kathryn Kennedy (California)
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Artesana (Uruguay)
Artesana’s 20-acre estate vineyard is entirely hand-farmed. Sustainable, low-input, dry farming is practiced using the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program to maintain the long-term health of the land.

Estampa (Chile)
Click here For our Sustainability Commitment