Round Theory Makes Great Wines That Are Good For The Planet

Kira Simpson

In partnership with Round Theory Wines

As our fashion and beauty purchases shift towards conscious consumption and sustainable manufacturing, so too do our wines.

Making more conscious choices when it comes to what we drink is perhaps one of the easiest changes we can make towards living a more sustainable lifestyle.

Traditionally, wine production is not exactly sustainable when you consider land and water use, production, and packaging. But Round Theory Wines is changing that with their simple goal – to make great wines that have a positive impact on the planet.

Round Theory Sustainable Wines

Not just good wine, wine for good

Grown in New Zealand’s Hawkes Bay and Marlborough regions, this sustainable wine brand is for those of us who want to make our happy hour a happy one for the planet.

Round Theory wines are:

  • Climate positive, and offset at least double the amount of carbon they use
  • Carbon credits are then allocated to four global conservation projects
  • Lightweight packaging that minimizes their carbon footprint
  • Sustainably grown and sourced from Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand accredited vineyards
  • Vegan Certified
  • Labels are printed on Forest Stewardship Council-certified paper with eco-friendly inks (and 30% post-consumer waste material)
Round Theory Sustainable Wines
Round Theory Sustainable Wines
Round Theory Sustainable Wines

Where can you find Round Theory?

The Round Theory range consists of four varietals, Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, and a White Field Blend. They’re also very reasonably priced with the range averaging $19AUD a bottle.

You can find Round Theory at Dan Murphy’s, BWS, Liquorland and First Choice Liquor Market stores across Australia and at most New World and Countdown stores across New Zealand.

Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is a sustainability advocate, climate optimist and founder, and editor of The Green Hub. Her own sustainable living journey began five years ago when she realised our choices matter. What we eat, where we shop, what we wear, how we live, these choices have the power to shape the kind of world we want to live in. Since launching The Green Hub in 2016 she has grown the blog to become a platform for sustainable fashion and conscious living helping people make lifestyle choices which are kinder to the planet.