Because wines made following natural or low-intervention practices eschew herbicides, pesticides, fungicides and other harmful practices in the vineyard, and also avoid over manipulation in the winery. They are environmentally friendly and represent where they are from, as well as the unique philosophies and temperaments of the people who shepherd the wine through it’s production from grape to glass. Why this kind of packaging? Because shipping wine across continents in heavy glass bottles is inefficient. Transporting wine in boxes, bags and kegs, as opposed to glass bottles, reduces C02 emissions by up to about 80%.