“The best we can ask of ourselves is that we act as responsibly as possible; to do ‘no unnecessary harm.'”
We can’t afford to drink cheap wine. While we’re still in the earliest stages of understanding how our consumption affects the world around us, we are now well-versed on the ills of mass-production and chemical-laden products. The health effects on not only our vulnerable planet, but on ourselves, are enough for us to keep thinking critically about what we put in our bodies.
Drinkwell realizes that wine will never be a sustainable product, just like we will never be a sustainable company. True sustainability requires we restore back to nature what we take from it; the energy required to grow, harvest, package, and transport wine burdens us with a debt we cannot repay. The best we can ask of ourselves (and the producers whose wines are in our store) is that we all act as responsibly as possible; to do “no unnecessary harm.”
Drinkwell has grown from a small company of sommeliers who slept better when serving honestly-made wines. We’re not talking about hippie wines made in sand-pails, and we’re certainly not talking about ‘corporate’ wines that have happy cartoons on the label. The wines we offer you have been here the whole time; hidden in plain view behind the haze of a misunderstood market plagued by cloudy definitions. We’re proud of these wines because they’re an extension of our values as a company for which we’re proud to work, and our focus on selling chemical-free, responsibly-made wine has brought us success in the marketplace.