22 June 2021

Climate Change, good news for Quebec?

Every time I travel to a wine region, I put a bottle of Canadian wine […]
20 April 2021

Toasting Earth Day with New Zealand

A sustainable winery takes into consideration the environmental, social and economic aspect in order to […]
14 January 2021

Cono Sur: For the Love of the Earth

Established in 1993, Cono Sur has been a pioneer in the wine industry. They were […]


17 July 2022

Nature at heart by Gérard Bertrand

Michelle had a chance to catch up with Gérard Bertrand during his last visit to […]
1 February 2022

Km zero: having its own glass production

What does KM 0 means and what are the environmental benefits of having its own […]
16 December 2021

Sustainable Winegrowing British Columbia

Michelle Bouffard visits Severine Pinte, winemaker/viticulturist at Le Vieux Pin, to find out more about British Colombia’s […]
16 December 2021

A Study of terroir in Nova Scotia

Michelle Bouffard meets withFrancisco Diez, Viticulture Specialist at Perennia Food and Agriculture Inc., to discuss his […]
16 December 2021

Why sustainability & indigenous grapes matter to González Byass

Michelle Bouffard meets with Victoria González-Gordon López de Carrizosa, International Marketing Manager at González Byass, […]
8 December 2021

Why packaging matters

Michelle talks to Chris Savage, Senior Director of Global Environmental Health and Safety and Sustainability […]


21 July 2021

Producers adapting to climate change

In his desire to recover abandoned Catalonian grapes once popular in the Middle Ages, Miguel Torres found multiple grapes that are adapted the climate change.
15 July 2021

Off the beaten track

Franz Weninger is determined to keep the local traditions alive. In 2018, he started the “Rage Against The Machine” project to amplify like-minded producer’s voices and raise awareness on the importance of hand-harvesting.
23 June 2021

The Classics of Tomorrow

Many wine regions are trying to adapt to their new reality, with record high temperatures, droughts and consecutive atypical growing seasons. This shift is very apparent in marginal climate wine producing countries like Germany.