The drive to go carbon neutral has hit wineries outside the United States. Decanter reports
that the Chilean winery Cono Sur
has announced a carbon offsetting project and an aid package for indigenous people. The Cono Sur and Isla Negra wines will bear the CarbonNeutral trademark. The winery has chosen The CarbonNeutral Company
to help them offset carbon emissions created by sending the wines to market. As the article in Decanter points out, it's partly a strategic move, carbon neutral products are becoming more important to consumers around the globe.
Other ways to drink carbon neutral include:Scotland's plans for a carbon neutral distilleryParducci winery goes carbon neutral