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SUSTAINABILITY

WHEN COMBINED, SMALL VICTORIES IN SUSTAINABILITY CAN ADD UP TO BIG CHANGES!

Small Victories Wine Co is committed to a sustainable future for our business and for the planet. Learn more below about the steps we are taking:

 

SUSTAINABLE VINEYARDS

We are proudly working with South Australian families to source our grapes. Our grape growers are real people with a passion for what they do, and they do it well.

Find the postcode on the label – this is where the grapes are from.

Jules Ashmead winemaker Small Victories Wine Co in vineyard

VEGAN FRIENDLY

All Small Victories Wine Co wines are made vegan friendly – no animal products were used during the making of our wines.

Vegan wines made in South Australia Small Victories Wine Co

SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING

We have worked with our packaging suppliers to bring you more environmentally friendly packaging.

Our bottles are lightweight, requiring less energy to produce the glass and transport the wine to you.

We use 100% recycled cardboard for our cartons, and both the cartons and empty wine bottles are able to be recycled by you, when you finish enjoying our wines.

Small Victories Wine Co carton

SUSTAINABILITY IN THE WINERY

Our wines are made by Jules at the Elderton winery, which is certified carbon neutral, has solar power across the production facilities and 100% of the winery water is recycled back onto their vineyards in Nuriootpa.

CARBON NEUTRAL

Small Victories Wine Co is committed to offsetting our carbon emissions.

We are currently doing this through measuring our carbon footprint and working with Carbon Neutral to purchase carbon offsets, in particular Australian Biodiverse Reforestation Carbon Offsets. This Australian Reforestation project is the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor plantings, located in the northern wheatbelt of Southwestern Australia. The region has an exceptionally high number of plant and animal species found nowhere else in the world. It has been identified as one of 35 global biodiversity hotspots for wildlife and plants, and the first one identified in Australia.

To date, over 30 million mixed native species trees and shrubs have been planted in the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor.

Carbon Neutral wine business South Australia

WHEN COMBINED, SMALL VICTORIES IN SUSTAINABILITY CAN ADD UP TO BIG CHANGES!