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Grove Mill: Carbon Neutral Wines

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Grove Mill Wine Company is not just producing organic wines (though they are). Nor are they just bottling fair trade wine (though they are). They're going so far as to create carbon neutral wine, making them the carbon neutral winery in the world, certified under the CarboNZero Project. They recycle waste water and heat, and even offset the carbon generated by getting the wine from New Zealand over to you. They produce Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Gris, a Late Harvest Gewurztraminer and a Pinot Noir, available worldwide. [GT]

Grove Mill Wine Company

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December 12, 2006 in Carbon Neutral Living, Food & drink | Permalink

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At least living in Europe, wouldn't it be better to buy a wine from France, and avoid the need for flying a bottle of wine halfway around the world in the first place?

Posted by: Mario | 12 Dec 2006 11:40:34

I wouldn't have thought they "flew" their wine anywhere, after all a bottle of wine is hardly perishible. I guess the question of quality comes into it, if you can get the same product in France then why buy from New Zealand, but the winos do so there must be some difference.

Posted by: Felix | 19 Dec 2006 06:47:26

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