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IWCA is a membership-driven effort, open to any winery that views climate change as a serious threat and is committed to reducing their own emissions. Our member wineries—big and small, from different parts of the globe—are all committed to the same values: reducing their greenhouse gas emissions, improving their land stewardship, protecting biodiversity, and being socially-responsible, locally-engaged businesses.

IWCA membership is multi-tiered and rigorously vetted to ensure that applicant members and members are held accountable to their commitments and demonstrate tangible progress towards carbon neutrality by 2050.

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APPLICANT MEMBERS

Applicant wineries are interested in becoming an IWCA member but have not yet fulfilled the greenhouse gas emissions inventory requirement.

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SILVER MEMBERS

Members at the silver level commit to becoming net zero by 2050 across Scopes 1-3 and have completed a minimum baseline third-party-verified greenhouse gas emissions inventory.

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GOLD MEMBERS

In addition to fulfilling Silver-level requirements, Gold-level members have winemaking operations powered by at least 20% onsite renewable energy and demonstrate a consistent reduction of emissions.

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IWCA Members

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"We are fortunate to live and make wine in beautiful Oregon. Part of our job is to protect the natural resources, ensuring future generations will have that same opportunity. We work to model best practices and are pleased to be Oregon’s first IWCA applicant joining other leading wineries in reducing carbon emissions in our industry."

Cheryl Francis, Founding Partner and Winemaker, A to Z Wineworks

Oregon, USA

Family-owned since our founding in 2002, A to Z Wineworks’ basic premise is quality for value, focusing on Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay. Sourcing grapes from partner vineyards across the state, A to Z blends wines that present the essence of Oregon. As a certified B Corp, we combine commerce with conscience, working towards sustainable health and equitable well-being for people, society, and the environment. In 2020, A to Z rebuilt our 38-year-old REX HILL brand tasting room for energy efficiency and replaced HVAC systems serving the entire operation.

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Member (Silver)

Joined August 2021

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"From Alma Carraovejas as an organization, we want to emphasize our commitment to sustainability, one of the guiding principles of our activity and our decision-making. For us, concern for the environment and climate change is our way of taking care of the heritage received and improving it for those who come after."

Pedro Ruiz Aragoneses, CEO, Alma Carraovejas

Spain

Alma Carraovejas is the concept which unites several unique viticultural and gastronomic projects under the same corporate culture. This way of life is based on creating unforgettable experiences around wine and has the purpose of building a unique and long lasting heritage. Our projects are Pago de Carraovejas, Ossian Vides y Vinos, Milsetentayseis, Viña Meín-Emilio Rojo, Aiurri, Bodega Marañones, SV Wines, as well as Restaurante Ambivium and Fundación Cultura Líquida. Alma Carraovejas, led by Pedro Ruiz Aragoneses, CEO of the project, aims to be recognized as a Spanish reference in the world for the quality and the diversity of our wines and for our pampered touristic and gastronomical options. For Alma Carraovejas, sustainability has become an essential value and the only way to progress and continue the company. Making our activities sustainable from an economic, social, and environmental perspective is a core value that guides our decisions.

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Member (Gold)

Joined May 2020

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"We are dedicated to making remarkable wines with sustainable methods, that pair best with good food and good company. Our business, our wines and the work of our Cakebread extended family all demonstrate this daily commitment to a healthy environment and a thriving community. Napa Valley is ‘the place I live and love’ and Cakebread Cellars will continue to champion sustainability and stewardship for the health and wellbeing of the land and surrounding community."

Bruce Cakebread, Co-Owner and Board Member, Cakebread Cellars

California, USA

The Cakebread Cellars story begins with a piece of land and a family passionate about wine that brought Cakebread Cellars to life in 1973. Our commitment to sustainability encompasses all parts of the organization from the vineyards to the cellar including business operations and people practices. Sustainable farming, growing and winemaking techniques further sustain the health of vineyards and the balanced interaction with surrounding wildlife, promoting diverse and balanced ecosystems. We employ bundled renewable electricity, capture excess heat generated from microturbines, and have installed EV charging stations. It’s not just the big initiatives or investments that define Cakebread Cellars; it’s the day-to-day details and decisions that create a culture of conservation.

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Member (Silver)

Joined September 2021

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"Benefiting from a unique natural heritage, Château Troplong Mondot has always been committed to preserve the environment. For a few years now, the fight for climate became obvious to us, and learning about IWCA and its principles has challenged us in our actions and projects. To us, IWCA has convictions and hope for the future; it is from that vision that we draw inspiration. We are very pleased to be joining this initiative."

Aymeric de Gironde, CEO, Château Troplong Mondot

France

Perched on a hilltop surrounded by 43 hectares of vines sits the most welcoming estate in Saint-Emilion. Premier Grand Cru Classé of Saint-Emilion, Château Troplong Mondot offers an invitation into a slow and sustainable life, one that is tastefully complemented by distinguished wines and a highly acclaimed chef. We are a dynamic farm, a working wine estate, a biodiverse terroir home to wildlife, and a rural retreat with tailor-made experiences. Living in harmony with the land and reducing our impact on the environment is embedded in the soul of the estate.

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Member (Silver)

Joined September 2021

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"For more than 75 years, Constellation Brands has been committed to safeguarding our environment and precious natural resources. Joining the IWCA is an important step in this ongoing work, as we collaborate with other sustainability leaders in the wine industry to raise awareness of this urgent issue and create actionable climate change mitigation strategies."

Matt McHargue, Senior Vice President, Fine Wine and Craft Spirits, Constellation Brands

California, USA

Constellation Brands is committed to safeguarding the environment and to pursuing excellence in sustainability. Within Constellation’s Fine Wine Division—comprised of iconic brands such as Robert Mondavi Winery, The Prisoner Wine Company, Mt Veeder Winery and Schrader Cellars—each brand takes responsibility for sustainability leadership in four primary areas: 1) Protecting the local environment and community by promoting pollution prevention, waste minimization and efficient use of natural resources; 2) Acting as a responsible steward of water by furthering conservation efforts in partnership with industry and community partners; 3) Decreasing dependence on non-renewable energy sources to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; and, 4) Preventing and reducing environmental impacts from waste generation, transportation, and disposal.

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Member (Silver)

Joined August 2021

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"As a company that has been focused on our sustainability efforts and reducing carbon emissions, Crimson Wine Group is looking forward to this partnership and aligning efforts with IWCA which has taken great leaps to achieving carbon neutrality in the industry. Sustainability and doing good for the planet is at the core of what we do. We are committed to preserving ecosystems and biodiversity in our vineyards and wineries, and to achieving zero waste status in the production of our wines."

Nicolas Quille, Chief Winemaking & Operations Officer, Crimson Wine Group

California, USA

Crimson Wine Group (CWG) oversees a portfolio of benchmark wines crafted from exceptional vineyards throughout California (Pine Ridge Vineyards, Seghesio Family Vineyards, Chamisal Vineyards, Malene), Oregon (Archery Summit), and Washington (Seven Hills Winery and Double Canyon). CWG holds sustainability as a core value—it’s the right thing to do, and we know that these efforts result in higher quality wines and the preservation of estate vineyards for future generations. Our multidisciplinary Green Team consistently monitors and improves practices and implements the latest sustainable practices. Knowing glass weight is the #1 contributor of greenhouses gases in the wine industry, we onshored more than 90% of glass to domestic lighter weight in the last few years and reduced glass usage by 300 tons of carbon annually. We are also members of the Porto Protocol, which is a commitment to work towards minimizing the impacts of climate change.

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Member (Silver)

Joined August 2021

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"Climate change is the biggest crisis the world faces today. The IWCA is an important association whose initiatives Cullen Wines are honoured to support."

Vanya Cullen, Managing Director and Chief Winemaker, Cullen Wines

Western Australia

Cullen Wines, founded 50 years ago, is a family owned and managed wine business in the Wilyabrup area of the Margaret River wine growing region in southwest Western Australia. Three words which define the Cullen approach are quality, integrity, and sustainability. The Cullen journey from the outset grew from minimal chemical inputs, to organic and then biodynamics. We were one of the first to make the transition to organics and biodynamics, with over 22 years of practice, and 17 of certification. Cullen Wines has been certified carbon neutral since 2007 and carbon positive since 2019 where our soils sequester and hold more carbon than our business emits.

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Member (Silver)

Joined September 2020

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"We want to lead the way to the spherical 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."

Carlos Moro, President, Emina Winery

Spain

Bodega Emina in Ribera del Duero is a prime example of eco-sustainable construction, generating energy for our own consumption. The Emina wineries prioritize the sustainability of our buildings. Emina was the first Spanish winery company to calculate the carbon footprint of several of our wines, meaning we pioneered generating awareness of the actual environmental and atmospheric impact of our wine production. Our company’s firm commitment to sustainability has previously won us the European Business Award for the Environment (2012).

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Member (Silver)

Joined November 2020

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"I find it great to see that more and more wineries are signing up to our initiative and committing to become Net Zero by 2050. My hope is that many more wineries will join IWCA and that also other sectors will begin or accelerate similar initiatives to implement carbon emissions reduction programs. It is clear that no one can afford a 'stand by and watch' attitude towards climate change anymore; immediate action is needed by everyone and everywhere!"

Miguel A. Torres, Fourth generation and president at Familia Torres

Spain

Familia Torres founded its winery in Vilafranca del Penedès in 1870, but its roots in winegrowing date back to the 16th century. Familia Torres has a historical connection to Penedès, Conca de Barberà, Priorat, and Costers del Segre, but now its presence extends to vineyards and wineries in preeminent Spanish wine regions and in Chile and California. Every generation has passed on its passion for wine culture from parents to children, a passion built on a deep respect for the Earth and tradition, as well as a belief in innovation. Today the focus of the fifth generation is on making wines from exceptional vineyards and historical estates, as well as on recovering ancestral varieties as a way of adapting to climate change. Since 2008, Familia Torres has taken active steps to combat the climate emergency, implementing adaptation and mitigation measures to reduce its carbon emissions through its ambitious environmental program, Torres & Earth.

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Member (Gold)

IWCA Founding Member

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"The day I purchased Felton Road, in 2000, We built a mission for the long term future. True sustainability was at the heart of that mission and it is unchanged two decades on. It comes ahead of economic performance—in fact, ahead of everything except the quality of the wine and the happiness of the people."

Nigel Greening, Proprietor, Felton Road

New Zealand

A good winemaker has a thousand ways to make a wine "better,” but by whose assessment? Like any good parent, one should encourage but not mould. Each year, we have a new family to raise. It begins with meticulous biodynamic viticulture in our four estate vineyards. Gravity flow is the start of gentle winemaking. Ferments are spontaneous. Inert gas is shunned. Oak is a subtle companion. The malo, a function the warm spring air. Pinots are unfined, unfiltered; Chardonnays, likewise. The bottling of single vineyard wines are based on speaking of a place, not on a selected hierarchy of flavour.

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Member (Silver)

Joined April 2022

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"Gloria Ferrer is very excited to be involved in the IWCA’s mission to decarbonize the wine industry. We understand that winegrowers are extremely impacted by the effects of climate change, and we need to be on the forefront of creating solutions to this pressing issue."

Brad Kurtz, Vineyard Director, Gloria Ferrer Winery

California, USA

Gloria Ferrer has produced world class sparkling wines in Sonoma since 1986. Rooted deeply in the history and heritage of Carneros, our iconic portfolio showcases Pinot Noir dominant wines that have become synonymous with the winery. Today, Gloria Ferrer continues our commitment to the community and environment through a regenerative model and our sustainable practices.

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Member (Silver)

Joined July 2021

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"We believe that sustainable and environmentally friendly activities are primordial for the perpetuation of the Earth. Collaborating and sharing resources with IWCA and other likeminded wineries around the world makes us stronger. There is no Planet B."

Núria Altés, Co-Owner, Herència Altés

Spain

This family winery in Terra Alta is dedicated to organic viticulture and the elaboration of fresh and elegant wines. We work with native varieties, of which Garnacha, in all its forms, takes pride and place. We make wines in the most natural and respectful way possible, looking to maintain varietal honesty and elegance. Efforts to decarbonize include generating 80% of our energy from solar panels and planting thousands of trees in and around the vineyard. A wider project of rewilding has helped promote biodiversity and soil health on the farm.

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Member (Silver)

Joined September 2021

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"Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing the wine industry and our planet as a whole. International Wineries for Climate Action provides a critical path to bring the global wine community together in our collective efforts to achieve net zero emissions as quickly as possible."

Katie Jackson, Second Generation and Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility, Jackson Family Wines

California, USA

Jackson Family Wines is a family-owned wine company with a penchant for exploration. Founder Jess Jackson placed his faith in farming and a meticulous expression of wine with his first landscape-changing vintage in 1982, an ethos that chairman and proprietor Barbara Banke, the Jackson family, and the company’s employees continue to uphold to this day. The family’s collection of 40 wineries span significant winegrowing regions across the globe, from California, Oregon, France and Italy in the northern hemisphere, to Australia, Chile, and South Africa in the southern half of the globe. Artisan winemaking underscores a steadfast commitment to making exceptional wines in the most responsible manner. The Jackson family’s focus on vineyard ownership remains key to consistent high quality and environmental stewardship for future generations.

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Member (Gold)

IWCA Founding Member

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"Unlike almost any other agricultural product, there is a natural conversation around wine—how it's grown, how it's made. That gives winegrowers a tremendous opportunity to educate our consumers about the impact of climate change and how our practices and choices can influence it. We are excited about the transparency of sharing our carbon footprint and about how we will eliminate it."

Ames Morison, Founding Partner & Winemaker, Medlock Ames

California, USA

Medlock Ames is an organic vineyard and estate winery that straddles both Sonoma County's Alexander Valley and Russian River Valley and who is committed to farming in harmony with nature to produce wines that represent the distinct terroir of the Bell Mountain Vineyard. We maintain the vast majority of our land in its native state to protect the 10 defined ecosystems that thrive here. We are also focused on using regenerative farming techniques that draw carbon from the atmosphere into the soil where it provides myriad benefits.

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Member (Silver)

Joined July 2021

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"Combating and adapting to climate change is a task for all of us. Companies cannot ignore the current serious climate crisis; we must take concrete actions to reduce and mitigate the impacts produced by our processes. For us, Miguel Torres Chile's participation in IWCA is fundamental; to join a strict protocol for mitigating CO2 emissions, to join the actions implemented by other wineries around the world and to receive feedback from them regarding new projects and their results."

Jaime Valderrama Larenas, General Manager, Miguel Torres Chile

Chile

Familia Torres arrived in Chile in 1979 in the Curicó Valley, becoming the first foreign wine company to establish itself in the country and the first winery to introduce new technologies in wine production, making a significant contribution to the growth and development of the wine industry in Chile. Today, Miguel Torres Chile has around 350 planted hectares, a presence in over 115 countries, and a hallmark of commitment to Fair Trade, organic farming, concern for the environment, and innovation. These characteristics make us one of the leading producers of quality, sustainable wines, while we have also achieved important results in recovering ancient varieties.

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Member (Silver)

Joined January 2022

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"Ridge, like many wineries in California, has faced the impact of extended drought and wildfires. Climate change is real. It is our responsibility as caretakers of the land to reduce our carbon footprint and to aid IWCA in its mission to decarbonize the wine industry."

Mark Vernon, CEO, Ridge Vineyards

California, USA

Nearly 60 years ago in 1962, Ridge made our first Monte Bello, and two years later our first zinfandel. Since this time, Ridge has championed single vineyard winemaking, searching California for those rare vineyards where climate, soil, and varietal are ideally matched. Ridge Vineyards is the largest grower of organically certified grapes in Sonoma County and in the Santa Cruz Mountains appellation with 379 total certified acres. All of Ridge’s vineyards in Sonoma County and Santa Cruz Mountains are Certified Sustainable by Fish Friendly Farming. Our photovoltaic panels supply 75% of the Lytton Springs winery’s electricity needs annually.

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Member (Silver)

Joined August 2021

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"Our race to zero efforts at Silver Oak are largely focused on resource conservation, particularly energy and water. From a global perspective, our position is that we can only achieve carbon-free economies of scale through an open exchange of information, technology, and agricultural best practices."

Haley Duncan, Sustainability Manager, Silver Oak and Twomey Cellars

California, USA

Silver Oak is a leading producer of California Cabernet Sauvignon aged exclusively in American oak barrels. Based in Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Anderson Valley, and Willamette Valley, our family of brands includes Twomey, Ovid Napa Valley, and Timeless Napa Valley. Across seven wineries and tasting rooms and nearly 500 acres of vineyards we farm from Central California to Oregon, the Duncan family is committed to innovative and sustainable viticulture and winery management practices that result in wines of the highest quality and distinction.

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Member (Silver)

Joined May 2020

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"We enthusiastically support IWCA in its mission to decarbonize the wine industry so as to be actively engaged in protecting our planet and our agriculturally-based businesses from the worst of climate change."

Beth Novak Milliken, President & CEO, Spottswoode Estate Vineyard & Winery

California, USA

Established in 1882 and guided by two generations of the Novak family for a half century, Spottswoode Estate adopted organic farming in 1985, and we have never looked back. Grounded in stewardship, we actively affect and inspire meaningful change through nurturing our vineyards, communities, and planet. Today, Spottswoode is organic, biodynamic, solar powered, B Corp-certified, a member of 1% for the Planet (since 2007), and more. In 2017, Spottswoode earned the Green Medal Environment Award for exemplifying that being green leads to exceptional quality. We proudly support the IWCA’s mission to decarbonize the industry and champion climate change mitigation strategies.

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Member (Silver)

Joined December 2019

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"It has been more than 20 years since we began our journey, but the triple bottom line of improving the environmental, social, and economic aspects of the areas we operate in is as important to us today as it was when we started Sula. We firmly believe that we are responsible for conserving resources and improving the lives we touch. It is a long-held view that businesses need to compromise on sustainability to enable growth, but for us, sustainability and growth go hand in hand."

Rajeev Samant, Founder and CEO, Sula Vineyards

India

Sula was founded in 1999. Over the last two decades, we have grown and established ourselves as a pioneer, innovator, and market leader in the Indian wine industry. For Sula, sustainability is a guiding principle of life and business. We strive to be responsible stewards of our land, not just because it’s the right thing to do but also because it’s the best way to make authentic, distinctive wines. Sula generates almost 70% of our electricity through on-site installations of solar panels and we have driven sustainability in packaging by switching to lightweight glass bottles and localizing supply chains.

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Member (Silver)

Joined July 2021

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"We're very pleased to join IWCA as we believe this rigorous framework can lead the wine sector's response to this existential threat. We have no time to waste."

Rob Symington, Associate Director, Symington Family Estates

Portugal

The Symingtons, leading vineyard owners in Douro, have been Port producers in northern Portugal since 1882. For five generations, we have combined our passion for producing fine wines and Ports with a deep commitment to the region’s land and people. In 2019, Symington Family Estates became the first winery in Portugal to achieve B Corporation certification—joining a global movement of companies using business as a force for good.

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Member (Silver)

Joined December 2019

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"As an industry, we have understood the responsibility and urgency to take charge of our growth in a more balanced and responsible way; ultimately, our future success is directly related to the impacts we generate today."

Barbara Wolff, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, and Francisca Estartus, Head of Sustainability, VSPT Wine Group

Chile

The VSPT Wine Group is one of the largest exporters of Chilean wine in the world. Committed to sustainable wine production for over 10 years, our primary focus is utilizing 100% renewable energy for electricity, recovering ecosystems through a robust biodiversity plan, and pioneering waste management programs in Chile. Our sense of urgency and concern for the future of Chile’s viticulture deeply aligns with IWCA’s values and commitment to mitigating climate change around the world.

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Member (Silver)

Joined December 2019

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"We know that climate change is real and we’re experiencing it every day in the wine business. It is our duty to think and take care about the next generations with the actions we do today towards a better and cleaner environment, and it is our honour that the wine industry shows this commitment to be part of it."

Andrés Izquierdo, CEO, Viña Undurraga

Chile

Established in 1885, Viña Undurraga, one of Chile’s great historic estates, has grown over time to become one of Chile’s leading producers today. With over 1,350 hectares under vine in diverse wine regions around Chile (the winery is in Maipo), the portfolio spans the whole Chilean territory. Now, more than ever, and thinking about the generations to come, we reaffirm our commitment to sustainability and the responsibility we have with the environment.

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Member (Silver)

Joined December 2021

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"Producing world-class wines doesn’t have to be at the expense of the environment. We're delighted to join IWCA and work collaboratively with other sustainability leaders in the industry to make a global difference, both now and in the future."

Tiffani Graydon, CEO, Yealands Wine Group

New Zealand

Yealands Wines was launched in August 2008 with the ambition of becoming a world leader in sustainable wine production. The first winery in the world to be Toitū carbon zero certified from inception, Yealands has introduced sustainable initiatives across the breadth of our business and supply chain, targeting environmental enhancement, community engagement, energy efficiency, waste minimization and sustainable procurement.

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Member (Silver)

Joined January 2020

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