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Nothing To Wine About

In honor of Global Recycling Day on March 18, Wine Girl — a popular wine bar with locations in Scottsdale and Napa Valley — is proudly sharing how its eco-friendly practices have helped save thousands of wine bottles from ending up in landfills.

The locations are revolutionizing the way wine is served, relying heavily on wines served on tap.Since 2020 when Wine Girl opened its first location in Scottsdale, the company has saved an impressive 37,700 wine bottles with the use of its 100% reusable stainless-steel kegs. Unlike traditional wine packaging, these kegs leave nothing to throw away which results in zero waste. Each keg not only reduces waste but also offers a remarkable 99% reduction in CO2 footprint compared to conventional packaging methods. Each keg saves 2,340 pounds of trash from ending up in a landfill annually.

“By embracing eco-friendly practices, we’re not only reducing waste; we’re preserving the integrity of wine culture and ensuring that every pour reflects our dedication to a greener, more responsible future,” said Wine Girl Owner and Founder Amy Johnston. “Every bottle saved from the landfill is a testament to our commitment to sustainability and our passion for leaving a positive impact on the world one sip at a time.”

In addition to the waste reduction, once the keg is tapped, the wine is constantly pressurized by nitrogen which prevents oxidation from ever occurring. This ensures each pour maintains its freshness and flavor which eliminates the spoilage often associated with bottled wine.

For more information about Wine Girl, visit www.winegirl.com

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