World’s No. 1 Argentinian Wine Brand, Bodega Trivento, Neutralizes Emissions from Electrical Energy Used in 2022

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World’s No. 1 Argentinian Wine Brand, Bodega Trivento, Neutralizes Emissions from Electrical Energy Used in 2022

Bodega Trivento, the world’s best-selling Argentinian wine brand, is pleased to announce that the winery fully neutralized greenhouse gas emissions from electrical energy used in its operations throughout 2022. This achievement represents the latest milestone in the Certified B-Corp winery’s commitment to carbon neutrality by 2050.

Bodega Trivento achieved this neutralization through the acquisition of a Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) through World Kinect Energy Services of a magnitude of 8,734 MWh, certifying renewable energy compensation for the winery for the 2022 calendar year. In addition, the winery also operates its own private renewable energy source, a 918-panel photovoltaic plant—the largest in the Argentinian wine industry—which produces 10% of the Maipú winery’s energy needs annually.

“Since 2009, we have been measuring our greenhouse gas emissions,” says Mercedes Álvarez, VP of Sustainability at Bodega Trivento. “We identified key areas for improvement and implemented an energy efficiency program that includes installing new software to track energy consumption, implementing rigorous energy conservation protocols internally at the winery, and investing in new, energy-efficient equipment.”

With clean energy at the core of Bodega Trivento’s long-term business objectives, the winery plans to continue securing RECs to supplement in-house renewable energy production and efficiency improvements. “Climate change is a global issue. By acquiring these credits, we are actively contributing to the transition towards a more sustainable energy system while reducing our own impact,” says Alvarez. “The investment promotes the development of renewable energy projects, which also drive economic and social development in our greater community.”

About Bodega Trivento

Rooted in the energy of Argentina’s passion for wine, Trivento—meaning three winds—is synonymous with expressive, terroir‐driven Malbec that paints a vivid portrait of Mendoza’s high‐altitude vineyards in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. The character and quality of each wine from Bodega Trivento is guided by the spirited vision of Chief Winemaker Germán di Cesare, who honors the varied soils, mountain snowmelt and powerful winds that shape Mendoza’s vines.

Three distinct Trivento collections highlight the unique characteristics of two coveted sub‐regions in Mendoza, Luján de Cuyo and Uco Valley: Eolo, a limited-production single‐vineyard luxury Malbec from century‐old vines; Golden Reserve, a passionate expression of treasured and historic Malbec vines; and Reserve, a beloved collection crafted predominantly from estate vines that includes the White Malbec, ascendant Maximum Red Blend and the #2 best‐selling Malbec in the U.S. Founded in 1996 and today a Certified B Corporation, Trivento welcomes visitors to experience the wine and culture of Mendoza at Bodega Trivento in Maipú or through a virtual tour of the winery’s modern art space, vineyards and barrel room.

For more information on Bodega Trivento, please visit www.trivento.com.

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