In the heart of Ontario's wine country in Niagara sits Southbrook Vineyards, the first fine wine estate in all of Canada to have its winery and vineyard to produce certified biodynamic and organic wine. Beyond just bearing a label, the establishment puts a huge emphasis on sustainability, as proven by its LEED Gold status. This means that Southbrook is extremely mindful of every process that happens on the property, from water and energy consumption to avoiding the use of synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers and genetic modification.
Wine bottles from Southbrook show off a VQA logo, which indicates that all the grapes used come from Ontario. When these bottles are purchased, this adds $11.50 in value to the Ontario economy.
At Trend Hunter's Future Festival, we proudly poured the 'Connect' organic wine, showcasing a leader in Canada's wine industry.
Southbrook Vineyards Specializes in Biodynamic and Organic Wine
1. Biodynamic Wine Making - Opportunity to revolutionize the wine industry by focusing on using biodynamic agriculture for sustainable winemaking processes.
2. LEED Certification in Vineyards - Opportunity to implement sustainable processes and obtain LEED certification at vineyards to appeal to more eco-conscious consumers.
3. Local Wine Industry Support - Opportunity to support local economies and reduce carbon footprint by promoting wine made from locally sourced grapes.
1. Wine Industry - Wineries can benefit from incorporating biodynamic agriculture and sustainable practices to appeal to eco-conscious and socially responsible consumers.
2. Sustainable Agriculture - The implementation of biodynamic agriculture in the wine industry can spur innovation in farming practices, potentially leading to more sustainable food production overall.
3. Tourism Industry - Vineyards that obtain LEED certification and promote locally sourced wine can attract tourists who prioritize sustainable and authentic experiences.