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Forbes lists ‘Eight environmentally friendly wines worth trying’

June 16, 2009 by  

green-wineForbes.com recruited Matt Skinner, author of a new wine guide for beginners, Heard It Through The Grapevine, to take a look at some eco friendly wineries,  who are making efforts to produce a greener product.

Included in Matt’s list are New Zealand’s Grove Mill, which claims to be the first carbon-zero winery in the world and Australia’s Yalumba and Banrock Station.

So what at the eight environmentally friendly wines worth trying according to Forbes and Matt Skinner?

Grove Mill Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2008, New Zealand ($15)

Castellare Chianti Classico 2006, Italy ($20)

Cono Sur Reserve Riesling Bio Bio 2008, Chile ($10)

Yalumba Organic Shiraz Barossa Valley 2007, Australia ($15)

Backsberg Elbar Paarl 2007, South Africa ($13)

Los Robles Fairtrade Carmenere 2007, Chile ($10)

Cullen Ellen Bussell Red Margaret River 2008, Australia ($20)

Banrock Station Shiraz Mataro 2008, Australia ($10)