If recent events haven't made you appreciate the planet we all live on more than ever before, nothing ever will.
Celebrating the natural environment when the country went into a full lockdown was one of the few saving graces many of us had.
Now as the darker nights roll in and many of us are put into tiered lockdowns across the country, enjoying a glass of wine is high on the agenda.
The eco-conscious among us will be happy then to hear that wine brand Sea Change have released four special blends to keep us smiling this Autumn.
With each bottle of Sea Change sold, a donation is made to marine conservation charities fighting plastic pollution thanks to the company's partnerships with Plastic Oceans UK, Sea Changers and the Olive Ridley Project.
Check out the four special wines below:
The Rose Sparkler – Prosecco Rose, RRP £12.99
Vibrant and fun, bursting with red fruit and celebratory fizz this wine is fresh to the market, a real wine world first. This exciting new sparkling rosé also has its roots in the picturesque Veneto region of north-eastern Italy.
The Red – Negroamaro, RRP £9.99
This award-winning and rich Negroamaro hails from the Southern Italian region of Puglia making it the most perfect and elegant evening drink in front of the fire this Autumn.
The White - Sauvignon Blanc, RRP £10.99
Produced by Chateau Canet in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of Southern France, this mouth-watering and zesty Sauvignon Blanc will compliment your festive turkey or mushroom wellington like no other.
The Fizz – Prosecco, RRP £12.99
Suitable for vegans, and from the romantic Veneto region of north-eastern Italy, this deliciously fruit and soft Prosecco is the ideal celebratory drink this season.
Each of the wines is identifiable by the stunning, hand-drawn sea animal labels with plastic hidden within.
The illustrations were created to show the dangers of plastic pollution in the ocean, reminding consumers of the need to protect the creatures and their home.
Packaging with the wines has been minimised, with the unnecessary plastic wrap covering the closure removed.
Exactly what those of us who drink need in the run-up to Christmas!
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