Sustainable wine production is becoming increasingly popular, as winemakers and consumers alike are looking for ways to reduce the environmental impact of viticulture.
While there are several different approaches to sustainable wine growing, each with its benefits and drawbacks, some producers find that sustainable wine growing can also be good for business.
The Hidden Sea Pinot Grigio
The Hidden Sea Pinot Grigio is a beautiful and sustainable wine from the Limestone Coast of South Australia. This wine has a pale straw colour with green hues. The nose is delicate with aromas of white flowers and citrus fruits. The palate is refreshing with the flavours of green apples and pears.
The finish is crisp and clean with a touch of minerality. In addition, this wine is low in alcohol and has moderate acidity. This makes it the perfect wine to enjoy on a hot summer day.
The Hidden Sea Pinot Grigio is the perfect choice for those who are looking for a refreshing and flavorful white wine. This wine pairs well with seafood, poultry, and salads. It is also a great wine to enjoy on its own.
Dormilona Chenin Blanc
This Dormilona Chenin Blanc is a great wine for any occasion. It has a light, fruity flavour with hints of citrus. This wine is perfect for summertime picnics and barbecues. It pairs well with grilled chicken or fish and also goes great with fruit salad or a light pasta dish.
This Chenin Blanc is from the Yungarra in Yallingup. The grapes are hand harvested and then the whole bunch is pressed. The juice is fermented in old French oak barrels and the wine undergoes partial malolactic fermentation.
The Dormilona Chenin Blanc has a beautiful straw colour with green hues. It has aromas of lemon zest, grapefruit, and white flowers. The palate is refreshing and lively with flavours of citrus and stone fruits. The acidity is well balanced and the wine has a long, crisp finish.
Ravensworth Pinot Gris
This Ravensworth Pinot Gris is a bright, fresh and vibrant wine that is perfect for any occasion. It has a beautiful nose of white flowers and stone fruits, with a touch of spice. The palate is lively and crisp, with flavours of peach, nectarine and citrus.
The acidity is well balanced, making this an extremely food-friendly and sustainable wine. Enjoy this Ravensworth Pinot Gris with seafood, poultry or pork dishes.
This Pinot Gris is a great example of the high-quality wines that Ravensworth produces. The vineyard is located in the hills of Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory. The climate here is cool and dry, which is perfect for growing pinot gris grapes.
The vines are trellised and planted in well-drained soils. This pinot gris was barrel fermented in French oak barrels for 9 months. The result is a beautiful, well-rounded wine that is perfect for any occasion.
Animale Chardonnay is a sustainable wine produced in Italy. It has a light, fruity flavour and pairs well with poultry and fish dishes. The grapes used are picked early to preserve their acidity, and the wine is typically fermented in stainless steel tanks.
This Animale Chardonnay is a great choice as an everyday white wine. It has a light body and crisp acidity, making it versatile enough to pair with a variety of food dishes. The fruity flavour also makes it a refreshing sipper on its own.
Whether you’re serving it at a dinner party or enjoying it on a quiet night at home, the Animale Chardonnay is sure to please.
Murdoch Hill Pinot Noir
This Murdoch Hill Pinot Noir has aromas of black cherry and spice, with a hint of oak. The palate is rich and full-bodied, with flavours of blackberry, plum and spice. Enjoy this wine with roasted meats, game or mature cheeses.
This Murdoch Hill Pinot Noir is produced in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia. The cool climate of the Adelaide Hills produces wines with intense fruit flavours and fine tannins. This Murdoch Hill Pinot Noir is made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes, which are hand-picked and fermented in small open fermenters.
The Murdoch Hill Pinot Noir has a deep ruby colour with purple hues.
Sustainable wine production is becoming more popular each year as people become more conscientious about their environmental impact. Hidden Sea, Part Time, Rangers, and Mismatch are great examples of sustainable wineries.
They produce high-quality wine while minimizing their environmental impact. Their practices include biodynamic farming, composting, limiting water usage, and more. Winemakers at these vineyards also focus on producing wines that reflect the unique terroir of their respective regions.