Three years after the devastating wine country firestorms, it’s amazing to watch our planet’s regeneration without our interference.
The Environmental Impact of Alcohol Beer, wine and liquor aren't just bad for your body, but also harm the environment
Beer, wine and hard liquor aren’t just bad for the human body, but it turns out they are bad for the environment as well.
Why stop caring at party time? With greener booze options proliferating at a record pace, that beer, wine, or margarita is looking pretty good…
A study by Pesticide Action Network Europe found that 100% of conventional wines contained pesticides, with as many as 10 different pesticides per bottle.
Warming Up the Wine Industry Climate Change May Leave a Major Impact on Vineyards Across the Country
Climate change may not only impact coral reefs, glaciers and polar bears, but could also have a significant effect on the U.S. wine industry.
The nonprofit Wine to Water is helping to fight Haiti’s cholera epidemic with simple water filters—and wine sales—and has similar programs in Africa…
A few eco-friendly ways to serve your delicacies, from a Wine Barrel Lazy Susan to a Tree Stump Cutting Board.
Winemakers tackle their carbon footprint—and make fine wine more portable, to boot.
Organic Grapes, Organic Wine The Harvest is Bountiful, but the Labeling Controversy is Still Fermenting
Organic wine is here to stay thanks to several pioneering American wineries incorporating local produce and green packaging.
The wine industry is seeing a lot of green these days—green energy. Several wineries in California’s Napa Valley are taking advantage of the state’s high quotient of sunny days by installing solar panels to mitigate their electricity costs.