Inviniti was created to highlight our sustainability status. This range, like all wines from Lawson’s Dry Hills, offers unquestionable quality and great value for money but with a much-reduced carbon footprint.
It’s good to know when you purchase something, that it has come from a good place. A place that honours the land and takes care of it for future generations. A place full of people who care about the resources they use and who work hard to replenish every single element. This philosophy is a leading factor at Lawson’s Dry Hills and places sustainability at the forefront of everything we do.
Sustainability for us means understanding, recognising and addressing any impact that our business might have on the environment. That’s not just right here where we grow vines and make wine, but across every aspect of our business activities.
The infinity symbol featured on the label represents our continuous respect and care for the environment and our ongoing commitment to bring you a range of authentic, expressive Marlborough wines you can be proud to share with friends and family. We believe sustainable should be affordable, so in addition, Inviniti offers very good value. And it’s not just Inviniti that is 100% certified sustainable – all wines in the Lawson’s Dry Hills portfolio are certified and we are a Toitū certified net carbonzero producer. These certifications also cover all our business practices be they in the office, vineyards, or winery and throughout our sales and marketing activities, including travel.
Our philosophy and certifications obviously include our packaging too, so we think carefully about our options. Our lightweight bottles are made in New Zealand with a minimum 65% of recycled content, the paper for our labels and pulp for our cartons come from FSC certified, sustainably managed forests and our pallet wrap is biodegradable.
Lawson’s Dry Hills is the only New Zealand winery to have achieved independent certifications for both ISO14001 (Environmental Management) and ISO14064 (Carbon Zero).