WWC was made as a solely vegan brand that centers around eco-friendly practices. The vegan wines are made with natural grapes developed on without pesticide land and are low in sugar and sulfites.
While a few wines are made with animal-based fining specialists, for example isinglass, got from fish bladders, WWC just uses vegan techniques in its wine item process.
“We set out to craft transparent products that you can feel good about reaching for,” WWC co-founder Brian Smith told Forbes. “Wonderful Wine Co. is the sum of all parts, and our commitment to doing the right thing affects every decision we make, from our sustainable winemaking practices to our eco-friendly packaging and production methods.”
Presently, WWC offers four assortments: Argentine Malbec, French Rosé, Frency White, and a limited release orange-toned “Malvasia Bianca” from California.
According to Winc, organic wine accounts for less than 4% of global consumption — an exact reason for why the company is working towards a future where eco-friendly wine-making is more mainstream and widely practiced.
The corporation utilizes wine shippers produced using 70-percent reused materials which are 100-percent recyclable and 95-percent compostable.
The bottles—which are produced using a lighter glass that takes 20 percent less energy to produce—are sent in adaptable compartments that hold twice as many bottles as traditional containers, bringing about a 40-percent decrease in carbon dioxide outflows. The wines are accessible in packs of three ($60), six ($110), or twelve ($215), delivering included.