Wine: How to be a wine buff, the ethical way
Air miles, packaging and farming methods are just some things to keep in mind when buying wine responsibly
Sustainability is an increasingly important concern for Irish wine consumers. Ireland does not have much of an indigenous winemaking industry, so we import the vast majority of what we drink.
While we don’t always see it as such, however, wine is essentially an agricultural product. The growing and cultivation of grapes has an impact on the land, while the farming practices involved can place a burden on the environment.
The carbon emissions from...
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