What are the SDGs?

On 25 September 2015, world leaders adopted a set of global goals to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.

 

Vineyard

Installation of solar panels in 2006.  SDG: 7. Affordable and clean energy

  • On sunny days, up to 50% of solar energy can be used for winery work.
  • On sunny days, up to 25% of solar energy can be used for hotel and restaurant use.

Installation of solar panels in 2006.  SDG: 7. Affordable and clean energy

  • On sunny days, up to 50% of solar energy can be used for winery work.
  • On sunny days, up to 25% of solar energy can be used for hotel and restaurant use.

A wastewater treatment plant was set up in 2010 to recycle wastewater for irrigation purposes. SDG: 6. Clean water and sanitation

  • All the water used in the complex as well as in the restaurant, hotel and winery is treated for use in the irrigation of the vineyards, so the water we use for irrigation is exclusively that which we treat.

A wastewater treatment plant was set up in 2010 to recycle wastewater for irrigation purposes. SDG: 6. Clean water and sanitation

  • All the water used in the complex as well as in the restaurant, hotel and winery is treated for use in the irrigation of the vineyards, so the water we use for irrigation is exclusively that which we treat.

Reforestation. SDG: 13. Climate action

  • In 1996 we began reforesting trees, currently more than 200 hectares of natural pine and holm oak trees, generating approximately 70 tonnes of oxygen per day, which helps to compensate for the oxygen consumed by 9.000 people per day.

Reforestation. SDG: 13. Climate action

  • In 1996 we began reforesting trees, currently more than 200 hectares of natural pine and holm oak trees, generating approximately 70 tonnes of oxygen per day, which helps to compensate for the oxygen consumed by 9.000 people per day.

Adherence to the Wineries for Climate Protection certification. SDG: 13. Climate action

  • This certification is aimed at the continuous improvement and sustainability of wineries, acting on four fundamental pillars: reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, water management, waste reduction and energy efficiency and renewable energies.

Adherence to the Wineries for Climate Protection certification. SDG: 13. Climate action

  • This certification is aimed at the continuous improvement and sustainability of wineries, acting on four fundamental pillars: reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, water management, waste reduction and energy efficiency and renewable energies

We are part of the Uclés D.O., the first D.O. to measure its carbon footprint in order to reduce CO2 emissions. SDG: 13. Climate action

  • At Finca La Estacada we are working together with the Global Nature Foundation to carry out an assessment of the animal and plant biodiversity of the land comprising our estate, in order to develop a project aimed at increasing the biodiversity of the area and thus achieve sustainable viticulture that respects the environment and biodiversity in the medium and long term. SDG 13. Climate action.

We are part of the Uclés D.O., the first D.O. to measure its carbon footprint in order to reduce CO2 emissions. SDG: 13. Climate action

  • At Finca La Estacada we are working together with the Global Nature Foundation to carry out an assessment of the animal and plant biodiversity of the land comprising our estate, in order to develop a project aimed at increasing the biodiversity of the area and thus achieve sustainable viticulture that respects the environment and biodiversity in the medium and long term. SDG 13. Climate action.

“We are not what we do or what we think, we are just the footprint we leave”

Social

Social

Family conciliation. SDG: 8. Decent and collaborative work. We facilitate work flexibility with the aim of promoting family reconciliation for all our employees.

  • Incorporation of staff of both sexes in all our jobs. SDG: 5. Gender equality
  • 53% women in the workforce compared to 46.97% men

Family conciliation. SDG: 8. Decent and collaborative work. We facilitate work flexibility with the aim of promoting family reconciliation for all our employees.

  • Incorporation of staff of both sexes in all our jobs. SDG: 5. Gender equality
  • 53% women in the workforce compared to 46.97% me

Collaboration since 2017 in the campaign “Action against hunger” by donating part of the sales of our tasting menu. SDG: 2. Hunger

Collaboration since 2017 in the campaign “Action against hunger” by donating part of the sales of our tasting menu. SDG: 2. Hunger

Development of Braille labelling on the Ocho y Medio wine gamma to make it easier to read for blind people. In addition, we will gradually introduce this writing system to the rest of the labelling of our products. SDG: 10. Reducing inequalities

Development of Braille labelling on the Ocho y Medio wine gamma to make it easier to read for blind people. In addition, we will gradually introduce this writing system to the rest of the labelling of our products. SDG: 10. Reducing inequalities

Winery

Winery

  • In 2014 we reduced the weight of our glass bottles from 600g to 460g, resulting in a reduction of 12.600kg of glass annually. In addition to that, we reduced the environmental impact of our products by reducing the presence of heavy metals present in our box and label inks, using water-based inks instead of solvent-based inks, and using non-toxic lacquers on 100% of our bottles.
  • In the same year, we eliminated separators in 100% of all our 12-unit cases, saving 606,540.83 grams of cardboard.
  • Organic vineyard. We use phytosanitary products authorised for organic cultivation on our crops, as well as sampling and monitoring of pests and diseases as a preventive form of action.
  • In 2014 we reduced the weight of our glass bottles from 600g to 460g, resulting in a reduction of 12.600kg of glass annually. In addition to that, we reduced the environmental impact of our products by reducing the presence of heavy metals present in our box and label inks, using water-based inks instead of solvent-based inks, and using non-toxic lacquers on 100% of our bottles.
  • In the same year, we eliminated separators in 100% of all our 12-unit cases, saving 606,540.83 grams of cardboard.
  • Organic vineyard. We use phytosanitary products authorised for organic cultivation on our crops, as well as sampling and monitoring of pests and diseases as a preventive form of action.
  • Improvement of the ecosystem and biodiversity of the vineyards thanks to the use of ecological phytosanitary products.
  • Replacement of plastic amenities with biodegradable packaging in the hotel rooms.
  • All the oils and salts used in our SPA are made with products with vegetable origin.
  • Improvement of the ecosystem and biodiversity of the vineyards thanks to the use of ecological phytosanitary products.
  • Replacement of plastic amenities with biodegradable packaging in the hotel rooms.
  • All the oils and salts used in our SPA are made with products with vegetable origin.
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