Glass is sturdy, dependable, and long-lasting. So why do we only use bottles once?
With Good Goods, you can prolong the life of your wine bottle— just bring it back empty to the store where you bought it and we’ll reuse it time and time again. As a thank you, you’ll get a credit toward your next bottle for each one you return.
Reusing objects is an intuitive way to minimize waste, but our industrialized society doesn’t make it easy to keep materials in circulation. We solve this problem in wine by supplying our own bottles to wine producers and collecting them empty from customers at the stores where they’re sold. From there, we wash and return them to the winemakers so the bottles can live many lives on the shelf and in your home— and out of the landfill.
As wine lovers, we care deeply about ensuring the future of the earth our grapes grow on. That means re-envisioning our consumption habits. Making just a single new wine bottle puts 2.7 lbs of CO2 into the environment, contributing to warming temperatures and erratic weather patterns. We’re working toward a regenerative economy where the earth is freed up to produce resources, not house more waste. Join us.
We’re able to take on this work thanks to a community of wine drinkers, producers, suppliers, and supporters.
If you’d like to become one of our partners in helping our cause reach out to us!
If you’d like to become one of our partners in helping our cause reach out to us! Contact Us
Todd and Crystal Cavallo of Wild Arc Farm share our vision of regenerative wine production. As a small, biodynamic, permaculture-focused farm in the Hudson Valley, they’re known for their piquette, an age-old, “waste-based” drink made of leftover grape pomace.
We’re partnered with several stores in the New York metro area— have them point you toward the Good Goods, and remember that you get a credit toward your next bottle for every one you return.
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