Apr 09, 2021
Over the past few decades, consumers have become increasingly aware of the impact their purchases have on their well-being and that of their families and the environment. This has led to a growing demand for products that are sourced, produced, packaged and delivered as sustainably as possible.
In the South African wine industry, we’ve seen this trend manifesting in a number of interesting ways, including the adoption of organic and biodynamic farming practises and the production of organic and natural wines.
The terms and categorisations of these practices and the certification of these products can, however, be somewhat confusing for the consumer.
To make some sense of this, we speak to Rudiger Gretschel - Head of Production for Vinimark.
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