We’re no strangers to comments like “Wine in plastic – no thanks” or “How can plastic be better than glass for the environment?” – we’ve heard them all!
Yet, our mission goes beyond just offering an alternative; it’s about transforming perceptions and setting a new standard in an industry rooted in tradition.
Researchers have known for at least a decade that the single largest portion (*68%) of the carbon footprint of a bottle of wine comes from the energy used to manufacture that bottle, transport it to the winery to be filled and then distribute it around the globe for consumption. *Source: Australian Wine Research Institute.
Plus, it is a fact that the majority of wines are consumed within two weeks of purchase, making glass (initially intended for cellaring) less than optimal for sustainability.
Contrary to popular belief, glass poses environmental challenges due to:
Greenskin Wine has been created with great consideration for its effects on the environment.
The contrast to glass in environmental footprint is undeniable, and we trust this gives you a better understanding.
The added bonus is that the custom pouches we use for our wines do not affect the taste in any way, and the shelf life is exceeding our initial expectations.
It’s a win, win, win!
If you have any comments or feedback, please be sure to contact us at email@example.com. Your voice fuels our journey.
Mike and Kim
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