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Sea Change Wine

By: Henrietta Mackenzie

Sea Change Wine gifted me a bottle of red Negroamaro Dolphin label wine to try. As it’s getting colder now, it definitely feels like red wine kind of weather.

What I thought

Negroamaro is a medium bodied Italian red wine. It’s light, fruity and full of flavour. It’s also very smooth on the palette and is the perfect accompaniment for a light evening meal. I tried it with caramelised tofu on a bed of spicy vegetables and noodles and it was delicious.

Aside from their wonderful tasting wine, Sea Change Wine have carefully designed their packaging to minimise waste and be as sustainable as possible:

  • The labels are ‘Grape touch’ paper, made from 15% grape waste, and the rest is FSC certified sustainable.
  • The bottles (particularly noticeable when empty) are lighter, reducing the carbon footprint of shipping and using less glass.
  • The corks are recyclable, biodegradable and environmentally-friendly, from fully renewable natural sources.
  • There is no capsule around the cork to avoid unnecessary waste.

And for every bottle sold, a donation goes to ocean conservation charities. In the UK these partners are Plastic Oceans and Sea Changers. So far Sea Change Wine have raised over €60,000 which is incredible.

You can buy Negroamaro Dolphin label directly from Sea Change at £9.99 a bottle

I will be reviewing their Sea Change Provence Rosé soon, so watch this space.

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I’m Henri, and welcome to My Ecohouse Network, an eco-lifestyle blog providing tips and advice on how to make your house eco-friendly and live a more sustainable life.

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I have always been eco conscious but raising my three year old daughter opened my eyes to the fact that her generation will suffer if we don’t start making more changes to help protect the planet.

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