Another company helping premium winemakers to reach a new market looking for sustainability is Greenskin Wine. Launched in 2021 by Mike Davies and Kim McKee, the company recently won two major awards – the PACKWINE Best Alternative/Sustainable Package award and The People’s Choice award. Davies, originally a winemaker whose resume includes Katnook Estate, Tyrrell’s and Chapel Hill, was the founder of Portavin, which quickly scaled to become Australia’s largest independent wine packaging business in mobile and static operations. Partner McKee is a respected wine marketing consultant and both are keen boaties.
A peripatetic passion that prompted them to re-visit one of Australia’s major contributions to the global wine industry – the bag-in-a-box. Last year was a major one for soft packaging in the wine industry. As I reported in an earlier column, UK-based eco-packaging leader, Packamama, partnered with Accolade Wines and Taylors Wines to launch a wine bottle made from Australian-sourced 100% recycled and recyclable PET plastic. Greenskin Wine has pioneered the first 100 per cent recyclable, resealable, glassless way to enjoy quality wine.
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