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New members of International Wineries for Climate Action will work on the issue of climate crisis.
International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA) has recruited 12 new members from all over the world to its team. New entrants will work on the climate crisis and commit to take immediate action to reduce carbon emissions.
International Wineries for Climate Action was founded in 2019 by Familia Torres (Spain) and Jackson Family Wines (USA). It is a collaborative working group for sustainable wineries focused on a science-based approach to reducing the carbon footprint of the wine industry. Each member of the IWCA takes responsibility for building a cleaner and more sustainable wine community for future generations.
Château Troplong Mondot
The IWCA, registered as a non-profit organization, currently has over 20 members from seven countries on five continents, and is governed by a seven-member supervisory board.
The IWCA is open to wineries from any country who recognize that climate change is the greatest threat to the wine industry and who are motivated by urgency to accelerate strategies and innovative solutions to combat climate change.
New members of International Wineries for Climate Action are: A to Z Wineworks (Oregon, USA), Cakebread Cellars (California, USA), Château Troplong Mondot (Bordeaux, France), Constellation Brands (California, USA), Crimson Wine Group (California, USA), Gloria Ferrer (California, USA), Herència Altés (Spain), Hunt Country Vineyards (New York, USA), Medlock Ames (California, USA), Ridge Vineyards (California, USA), Sula Vineyards (Nashik, India ), Yalumba Family Winemakers (Barossa, South Australia).
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