Cyan Bodega counts on a biomass boiler that uses the remains of the winegrowing process for air-conditioning in the winery and cask hall as well as for creating hot water for the use in the winemaking process.
Furthermore, the waters produced in the production process are treated in the WWTS (Waste Water Treatment Stations) and are then stored in a regulating basin for its use as irrigation water for the vineyard and olive groves.
The entire farm is included in the Organic Farming regime, counting on 15 acres of olive groves from the Picual, Arbequina and Arbosana varieties and 50 acres of vineyards of the Tinta de Toro variety. The Organic Farming seal guarantees sustainable production, environmental protection, quality and animal welfare standards.
Shortly, a photovoltaic cover will be installed to meet the whole winery’s energy demands, allowing the self-consumption of energy which will serve to take another step in the winery’s commitment with the environment.