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By: Maker of Yellow Tail slips into the red | Dr Vino's wine blog

Tue, 15 Jan 2013 19:59:26 +0000

[...] A Bloomberg story recently reported that bulk exports shipped in giant plastic bladders overtook the volume of bottled wine exported from Australia. While this offers cost savings, it also reduces wine’s carbon footprint. [...]



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Sat, 20 Oct 2012 11:09:08 +0000

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By: Wine in a can: boon or boondoggle? | Dr Vino's wine blog

Tue, 29 May 2012 20:08:00 +0000

[...] “Calculating the carbon footprint of wine“ Permalink | Comments (0) | | green wine This entry was posted on Tuesday, May [...]



By: Does drinking local wine always lead regions to make better wine? | Dr Vino's wine blog

Tue, 15 May 2012 16:28:00 +0000

[...] ago showed, while local wine is almost always the best option from a greenhouse gas perspective, the carbon footprint of wine is greatly reduced by a boat journey as opposed to truck, sometimes to a surprising degree, and [...]



By: Helicopter drying, Penn’s stores, sexy V&E – sipped & spit | Dr Vino's wine blog

Thu, 27 Oct 2011 22:46:09 +0000

[...] of transport or the weight of the glass bottles; my co-author neglected this in our calculation of wine’s carbon footprint: grape drying by helicopter in Napa! [...]



By: What is your carbon footprint? | Enviro Strides

Tue, 11 Oct 2011 23:08:33 +0000

[...] that allows you to measure and monitor how your choices and actions are affecting the environment.When you hear the words “carbon footprint”, what comes to mind? Many folks might not even know w...more and more press these days. So what does it mean to have a carbon foot print and how can our [...]



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Thu, 28 Jul 2011 14:22:48 +0000

Very interesting article. What surprises me is how sharply they calculated that line (between buying from CA and Bordreaux).



By: Nigel Dickson

Tue, 19 Jul 2011 03:30:58 +0000

Thanks for sharing, this saved me a lot of research time!



By: Getting Creative and Leading the Way in Sustainable Alcohol: Anheuser Busch & Yellow+Blue. | S-LUSH

Fri, 17 Jun 2011 15:20:25 +0000

[...] sustainable wine, he then developed a way to calculate a wines carbon footprint, check out his calculations! Kudus to any eco-nerds, (we count ourselves among you), if you want the whole report download it [...]



By: Ontario to Ban Big Bottles | Pull Corks

Wed, 15 Jun 2011 00:27:09 +0000

[...] of lighter bottles will be substantial. Eminent wine blogger Dr. Vino has a breakdown of the actual carbon footprint of wine and it will definitely give you some food (or drink, I suppose) for thought next time you are [...]



By: Ontario to big bottles: keep out! | Dr Vino's wine blog

Mon, 13 Jun 2011 16:12:00 +0000

[...] at the LCBO sell for less than C$15 so the move will have a big impact from a volume perspective on reducing carbon emissions of the wine trade. Perhaps the move will encourage high-volume producers to opt for lighter bottles for all of North [...]



By: vietnam tours

Thu, 26 May 2011 14:05:23 +0000

I think your comparisons are weak, thus so are your conclusions. I picked this up in Nat. Geo (May) and was intrigued. But comparing Napa shipped by air in a heavier bottle to other shipment methods is bogus. Why?



By: Vietnam Tours

Tue, 24 May 2011 12:03:26 +0000

Interesting study? Any idea how the line projects into Vietnam?



By: Dan Lyles

Sun, 27 Mar 2011 07:31:33 +0000

Very interesting article. What surprises me is how sharply they calculated that line (between buying from CA and Bordreaux).



By: Una botella de vino consume mas de 600 litros de agua « Surfrider Foundation Asturias

Fri, 25 Feb 2011 15:00:41 +0000

[...] un buen vino. Además, puede darnos grandes sorpresas. En 2007, los estadounidenses Tyler Colman (Dr. Vino en la blogosfera) yPablo Päster (bloguero de Treehugger) calcularon la huella de carbono (CO2 emitido en su ciclo [...]