Sustainability is a defining characteristic of who we are and goes way beyond caring for the environment.  For us, it involves three key core aspects — environmental, economic, and social — each of which must be taken into consideration for a true Revelshine sustainability story and product.  Our commitment is reflected in all aspects of our brand from the very beginning – with the inception of an idea, product design, sourcing partners, production, freight logistics to the end consumer – with infinite recycling capabilities and social responsibility.

All the things we need to survive, such as food, air, water, and shelter, come from natural resources. Squandering those resources today means that our children may not have the benefit of those resources tomorrow.  As wine producers and drinkers, we recognize the challenge in our outdoor passions to enjoy wine in the locations we are most passionate about. For us, the heavy, breakable, and expensive cellar wines are not ideal.  At the same time – we identified most of our community was also faced with this dilemma – and thus, alternative packaging was created for our world-class wines. 

Our Revelshine products and our commitment to helping to preserve the planet will have a direct impact in creating a healthier and environmentally focused way of wine consumption in locations where glass is not acceptable. 

If our natural resources are not conserved, many will be depleted. However, if we protect and conserve our natural resources, then they will last much longer. Through conservation, we can reduce waste and manage natural resources wisely. 

Making responsible buying choices today means safeguarding the planet for their futures and reducing:

  • Carbon Footprint
  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Global Warming
  • Energy requirements

Change begins with each purchase you make. Our membership with 1% For the Planet is our commitment to return proceeds from the sales of Revelshine products to like-minded nonprofit companies where we can continue to work with partners and companies that want to make a direct impact on the planet.  


REVELSHINE works hand in hand with Front Porch Farm. 

As we looked forward into really focusing on our social responsibility we knew we were creating an infinitely recyclable bottle, we wanted to make sure that our partners outside of our selected vessels that we were looking to source from and promote were entities that either shared our path or were leaders/innovators in their causes, whether that be wine juice, coffee, water sources, farming practices or anything that we will endeavor to create.  A shared proactive, direct impact vision of preservation as a key competency was non negotiable.   


FPF is a partner/source for much of our Revelshine grapes and is owned by Peter and Mimi Buckley – wonderful people, incredible philanthropists and have created a very bio diverse farm in the middle of Sonoma wine country. The Buckleys were looking at not just growing grapes but growing fruits,  vegetables,  row crops and flowers.  In doing so they have created a much more sustainable local environment that not only provides jobs and farming but is a protected environment for our bees and insects. FPF are able to really self balance the ecosystem in all that they do and they also grow high quality fruit that fits our product.  To us, this was a win, win and the quality of our wins certainly communicates this through the flavor, clarity and aromas. 

Over the years, Front Porch Farm has come to view farming as a symphony of life-affirming patterns; learning how to take care of the biotic community resident in our soils; orchestrating the succession of crops, each benefitting from its predecessor; and using Diversity as our guiding principle. 

Front Porch Farm is a celebration of life that expresses itself through stewardship of the land and engagement with community. We rely on experience and innovation to create regenerative systems that respond to the boundaries and opportunities of the season. Our mission is to feed, inspire and educate for generations to come through a balanced combination of hard work, well-being and shared fun. 


It all started when two businessmen met and bonded over their shared love for the outdoors. Realizing their responsibility to protect our planet, they decided to give 1% of their sales back to the environment—whether or not they were profitable.

In 2002, Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, founder of Blue Ribbon Flies, created 1% for the Planet and started a global movement.

Soon after our inception, 1% for the Planet’s mission began to resonate across the globe. The idea was simple: because companies profit from the resources they take from the earth, they should protect those resources. Realizing their responsibility, brands such as Brushfire Records, Klean Kanteen, New Belgium Brewing, Honest Tea, Caudalie and many more followed suit to join the movement.


Our network is global and diverse, proving that anyone can make a difference. From the individual members who give back by donating to and volunteering with local environmental nonprofits to singer-songwriter Jack Johnson, who joined our network in 2004 to protect the shores of his home state of Hawaii—everyone has a 1%.

We connect our members with high-impact nonprofit partners that align with their values and add to their brand story. In doing so, we take the time to get to know what’s really important to our members. Through our partnership advising process, we learned that member, Klean Kanteen cares deeply about a myriad causes, which include connecting young people to the wonder and science of our world through environmental education. Beginning in 2008, Klean Kanteen’s support of NatureBridge is one of our longest-standing partnerships.

Today, Revelshine is one of more than 3,000 members coming together to protect the future of our planet.


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