Sustainability

Heaven on Earth

Our sustainability and social commitment program "Heaven on Earth" promotes the protection & responsible care of natural resources, as well as establishing better connections with the people of the Valle de Guadalupe through three principal axes:

Environmental protection

  • From the beginning, El Cielo Winery was designed to be efficient in the use of water and energy through:
  • The use of LED lamps
  • Solar panels
  • Three water treatment plants for sewage
  • Water-free urinals and low-uptake toilets
  • Separation of solid waste, such as cardboard, glass, and pet recycling
  • Composting of organic matter from vineyards, olive trees, and gardens
  • Two reservoirs built to increase the irrigation capacity during summer time as well as fish that were brought in to maintain the ecological balance in the reservoirs.
  • The use of falconry in El Cielo's plantations, with Harris hawks and trained dogs for the vineyard’s biological control.

Environmental protection

  • From the beginning, El Cielo Winery was designed to be efficient in the use of water and energy through:
  • The use of LED lamps
  • Solar panels
  • Three water treatment plants for sewage
  • Water-free urinals and low-uptake toilets
  • Separation of solid waste, such as cardboard, glass, and pet recycling
  • Composting of organic matter from vineyards, olive trees, and gardens
  • Two reservoirs built to increase the irrigation capacity during summer time as well as fish that were brought in to maintain the ecological balance in the reservoirs.
  • The use of falconry in El Cielo's plantations, with Harris hawks and trained dogs for the vineyard’s biological control.

Support local products

Knowing that trade is fundamental for the advancement of the Mexican economy, tourism, and agriculture, local products such as fish and vegetables as well as crafts, jewelry, beauty products, jams, dressings, local sea salts from producers in the region and the Kumiai indigenous community, are sourced and marketed locally.

Support local products

Knowing that trade is fundamental for the advancement of the Mexican economy, tourism, and agriculture, local products such as fish and vegetables as well as crafts, jewelry, beauty products, jams, dressings, local sea salts from producers in the region and the Kumiai indigenous community, are sourced and marketed locally.

Community development

There is continuous support to social programs that contribute to the neighbor villages of Porvenir and Valle de Guadalupe.

Community development

There is continuous support to social programs that contribute to the neighbor villages of Porvenir and Valle de Guadalupe.