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The results for what are hailed as the “Oscars of Sustainability” were released from London this afternoon, and on this occasion the wine group placed as the undisputed winner in the “AmorimSustainability Award” category, having previously demonstrated clear advances with regards to sustainability.
The renowned US critic, James Suckling, recently released his selection of Chile’s finest wines in his article entitled “The Top 100 Wines of Chile”, on this occasion featuring the 1865 Selected Vineyards Pinot Noir 2018.
The wine brand, which is perfect for people who strive to explore new experiences, has unveiled its new digital campaign for its various destination markets. The campaign, entitled “Shift Your Shape”, will feature on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.
The International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA) group has announced that four new applicant wineries have made a commitment to address the severe climate crisis through implementing immediate actions to help reduce their carbon emissions. The only Chilean among them is VSPT Wine Group (comprising the San Pedro, Tarapacá, Leyda, Santa Helena, Misiones de Rengo, Viñamar, Finca La Celia and Graffigna wineries). The others are Spottswoode Estate (USA), Symington Family Estates (Portugal) and Yealands Wine Group (New Zealand).
Thanks to an unprecedented model of collaborative working between the Mapuche community of Buchahueico and San Pedro that got underway in 2015, 1865 Tayu, a new wine made from Pinot Noir grapes from the Malleco Valley is about to make its debut.
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