We are proud to support and engage with other collaborative efforts and like-minded organizations that share a similar mission to tackle climate change.
As mission-aligned organizations and initiatives, IWCA Champions collaborate with IWCA to build awareness around climate change, promote climate action, and encourage knowledge exchange and learning.
Asociación de Viticultura Regenerativa
The Asociación de Viticultura Regenerativa was founded in 2021 to drive a paradigm shift in vineyard management and the adoption of regenerative viticulture, a management model based on the carbon cycle to regenerate soils, reduce erosion, encourage biodiversity, and mitigate global warming.
The RVF is a non-profit organisation dedicated to restoring soil health in the world’s vineyards, reintroducing biodiversity and sequestering carbon. It is an active group of wine producers, scientists, ecologists and consultants, committed to showing how wine production can be a positive force for change in agriculture.
Friends of IWCA
IWCA Friends are businesses across the industry's entire value chain who share our values of transparency, rigor, and ambition when it comes to climate action. IWCA Friends share the same commitment as IWCA Member wineries: working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across their operations and supply chain.
Wine sector professionals or entities
Any professional or entity from the wine sector sharing the IWCA values and commitments, supports being part of the IWCA initiative, and has already demonstrated an outstanding commitment toward climate action.
Wine sector supplier or distributor
Any business related to the wine industry value/supply chain, from the vineyard to the end consumer and including non-traditional winery businesses.
Retailers, large or small, who are dedicated to measuring their carbon footprint and taking science-aligned steps towards reducing GHG emissions in the short, mid, and long-term.
Karen MacNeil is the author of "The Wine Bible," the best-selling wine book in the U.S., and CEO of WineSpeed. WineSpeed is part of a new wave of wine communications and education, and that includes a commitment to wine’s future. A portion of the proceeds from corporate subscriptions to the WineSpeed newsletter are donated to IWCA to help small wineries calculate their carbon footprint.