HOW TAP WINE COULD CHANGE THE WAY WE DRINK
"Experts agree that the rising popularity of wine taps – or draught wine – in bars and restaurants is ushering in a more ecofriendly era for the drink. Kegs and barrels also help to preserve it, and make high quality wine more accessible. They could even help boost an industry that is notoriously reluctant to modernise."
"Wine on tap is not a fad. It is not a trend. It is part of the broader mandate of sustainability that defines the age in which we live.” —Kareem Massoud, winemaker, Paumanok Vineyards
“Since we’re not paying for the winery’s cost in bottles, corks, labelling I can serve the same glass of wine for $12 that might have been $15 or $16 if we were poured it from a bottle.” —Nora O’Malley, co-founder, Lois, New York City
WINE ON TAP AT BNHO
"Liquid Liberation has an exclusive agreement with a decanter celebrated supplier of keg wines, who focus only on quality grapes and vintages from independent suppliers around Europe. This gives us the confidence to offer great wines at great prices to our customers in a fun continental style. We think wine on tap is a brilliant way forward for the industry and have dedicated the majority of our 12 tap wall to our absolute favourites." —Kath Lewis, Liquid Liberation, York, UK
Wine on tap is an innovative approach to supplying the UKs favourite tipple and Liquid Liberation was recognised and rewarded by the York Retail Forum for it's pro-active approach to helping provide a reliable quality alternative to customers weekly wine.
SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT, DRINK WINE-ON-TAP
The carbon footprint of a bottle of wine, which equals 1,2144 kg of carbon dioxide, includes a 39% contribution from the glass bottle alone.By using refillable bottles and kegs of wine we can help to significantly reduce the carbon footprint of wine for the consumer.
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