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Sweeping vineyards, purple flowers, butterflies, and solar panels at Yealands Estate Wines, IWCA winery in Australia.

Taking collective action to decarbonize the global wine industry

Sweeping vineyards, purple flowers, butterflies, and solar panels at Yealands Estate Wines, IWCA winery in Australia.

IWCA is a collaborative working group of wineries committed to reducing carbon emissions across the wine industry.

We are driven by our member wineries, which gain tools, knowledge, recognition, and a like-minded community in IWCA.

As a partner of the United Nations Race to Zero campaign, IWCA commits to achieving and reporting on progress towards "net zero."

Catch up on what we have been working on and our efforts to decarbonize the wine sector.

IWCA is galvanizing climate action in the wine sector.

Since International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA) was founded in 2019, we have grown into an international collective of dozens of wineries across the globe.

We are driven by one uniting mission: taking collective action to tackle the climate crisis.

As wineries, climate change is the most significant threat to our future. That's why we're doing our part — individually and collectively — to take action to safeguard the future of our businesses and industry for the next generation.

Ambitious &
Tangible Action

An aerial view of solar panels on a rooftop at a VSPT Wine Group winery in Chile.

"Being an IWCA Member encourages us to continue making progress on climate change.

 

It lends a sense of urgency to our continued efforts to improve and innovate regarding our decarbonization strategy by setting increasingly ambitious, challenging goals from the vineyard to the bottle."

CAROLINA GOTUZZO

Corporate Affairs and Sustainability Director

VSPT Wine Group (Chile)

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