Buying Fairtrade Wine

Buying Fairtrade wine helps ensure that farmers and workers are receiving a fair price – as well as an additional premium to help their community invest in essential services such as education, sanitation and health care.

People drinking wineWine producers across South Africa and South America face unique economic, social and political challenges. From the legacy of apartheid in South Africa and low market prices in South America, farmers are exposed to an unpredictable future.

More than 50 manufacturers and plantations work with Fairtrade to make quality wine that makes a difference to people’s lives.

More than 11 million litres of Fairtrade wine was drunk in the UK in 2013. So raise your glass of Fairtrade wine  - every bottle that you buy can have an impact on the lives of the farmers and workers who grew the grapes.

Where to buy Fairtrade Wine

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Arniston Bay

Arniston Bay commits to making excellent wines while giving back to the community where these wines are made.

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Fairhills wine, developed by Origin Wine.

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Finca Monteflores

The Finca Monteflores range truly demonstrates how fairly traded and sustainable wines can be of premium quality.

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M&S offer a range of high quality Fairtrade wines from South Africa and Chile.

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Parcel by Parcel

Parcel by Parcel, produced by Consorcio Vinicola de Chile (CVC).

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100% of our Taste the Difference South African wines are Fairtrade.


The Co-operative

The first supermarket to sell Fairtrade wines and offer the widest range available.

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Tilimuqui is a range of Fairtrade certified wines produced by La Riojana co-operative, Argentina’s largest Fairtrade wine producer.



Waitrose also support Fairtrade wine with varieties from Argentina, Chile and South Africa.