New 2022 Riesling Released

People and Planet

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Quiet Mutiny understands its connection with the land and people as a grower and maker of wine. This agricultural product is dependant on the land it comes from, and the people who grow and enjoy this product.

We acknowledge that the land we make wine on is on the banks of timtumili minanya / Derwent River part of lutruwita / Tasmania. We pay respect to the traditional and original owners of this land the muwinina people, to those that have passed before us and to acknowledge today’s Tasmanian Aboriginal people who are the custodians of this land.

Quiet Mutiny also acknowledges our impacts on the land and planet and we are a member of the VinØ (vin-zero) best practice management program. This program has been developed to measure, improve and report on the management practices of Tasmanian wine producers across the island. This ensures that Tasmania’s hard-working grape growers are doing everything they can to produce very high-quality wine, without negative impacts on the environment or local community. Further details

Further to this, Quiet Mutiny from 2021 will offset our estimated excess carbon emissions. We understand the climate is changing which is affecting our fruit and wine, and this is due to human induced environmental change. See our carbon emissions statement for the 2021 Vintage here.

We also reduce, reuse and recycle where we can, up-cycling old wine boxes, separating our soft plastics, solar panels on the winery and have a hybrid vehicle. 

We will continue to measure, monitor and improve on our practices.