This guide helps winery staff communicate their sustainability and CCSW certification. It provides steps and tips for learning more about the certification program, integrating sustainability into communications, training staff to communicate sustainability messaging and includes tools to support communications.
This document contains the slides from a webinar held on June 5, 2020, on Consumer and Trade Perceptions of Sustainable Wine which featured research conducted by Christian Miller of Full Glass Research and Lulie Halstead of Wine Intelligence.
This video explores what the Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing wine logo represents. The round certification logo can be found on the back of wine labels for wines that have been made from certified grapes in a certified winery and have passed a Chain of Custody Audit.
This video captures the grower perspective on sustainable winegrowing by answering the prompt "Sustainability Is..." Many high impact practices are mentioned in this collection of insights from growers who particpate in Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing program.
2016 research, commissioned by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA), shows that a majority of the U.S. wine trade considers sustainability when making purchasing decisions and expects demand to increase over the next decade.
This edition of the CSWA Highlights Newsletter features the following: trade and consumer survey results, three wineries' examples of how they communicate their sustainable practices to the public, and practical tips for communicating sustainable practices.
An interpretation of a 2008 survey of the California wine industry, which aimed to identify motivations and constraints for the adoption of sustainable practices, perceived impacts of the practices, and the effectiveness of the Sustainable Winegrowing Program (SWP).