Lawson’s Dry hills have just announced the release of a new range of wines under the label “Inviniti.” There’s a Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir which are all Certified Sustainable.
“It’s good to know when you purchase something, it has come from a good place. A place that honours the land and takes care of it for future generations. A place full of people who care about the resources they use and who work hard to replenish every single element.”
“We think carefully about our packaging choices too. Our lightweight bottles are made in New Zealand with a minimum 70% recycled content. The paper for our wine labels comes from certified, sustainably managed forests and our pallet shrink-wrap is 100% biodegradable.”
Q: HOW SUSTAINABLE IS THIS WINE? A: 100 %
The infinity symbol featured on the label represents our continuous respect and care for the environment and our ongoing commitment to bring you a range of authentic, expressive Marlborough wines you can be proud to share with friends and family.
Made by our small, hands-on team in our own winery with grapes from our own vineyards.
We are fully certified members of Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand and are committed to their Continuous Improvement Programme.
Plus we have full ISO environmental management 14001 certification. Our processes are extraordinarily robust and are independently audited.
For more information contact Group Marketing Manager, Belinda Jackson email@example.com 027 4448666