Joined November 2020
We want to lead the way to a circular economy, which seeks to diversify circular production, generate value from by-products, and achieve self-sufficient energy production. This productive model allows us not only to turn waste into resources, but also uses our pruning remains, pallets, or barrels to produce energy through biomass plants. By focusing on reducing, reusing, and recycling, we close the circle to self-sufficiency with renewable energy.
Bodega Emina in Ribera del Duero is a prime example of eco-sustainable construction, generating energy for their own consumption. The Emina wineries prioritize the sustainability of their buildings. Emina was the first Spanish winery company to calculate the carbon footprint of several of their wines, meaning they pioneered generating awareness of the actual environmental and atmospheric impact of their wine production. Their company’s firm commitment to sustainability has previously won them the European Business Award for the Environment (2012).