Red or white are the two colors normally associated with wine, but green wines are gaining popularity. By green, it does not refer to the color of the grape or bottle.
Green wines aren't just about what does or doesn't go into the wine, green wines encompass how the grapes are raised, how the wine is produced, and how the wine is packaged. Green wines are gaining in popularity as folks try to make more mindful choices in their regular shopping.
There are different levels of green for wines, from environmentally responsible to certified organic.The online site, Wine.com has a symbol beside their selections to help choose a wine produced in a more "green" way.
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