Priorities

Our Strategic Priorities

Treasury Wine Estates' Corporate Responsibility Program is focused on three strategic priorities: Responsible Consumption, Sustainable Sourcing, and Volunteering and Community Engagement.

Our Strategic Priorities

Treasury Wine Estates' Corporate Responsibility Program is focused on three strategic priorities: Responsible Consumption, Sustainable Sourcing, and Volunteering and Community Engagement.

Treasury Wine Estates' Corporate Responsibility Program is focused on three strategic priorities: Responsible Consumption, Sustainable Sourcing, and Volunteering and Community Engagement.

Guiding Principles

Corporate Responsibility Guiding Principles

Corporate Responsibility Guiding Principles

Treasury Wine Estates' (TWE's) Corporate Responsibility Guiding Principles underpin the Corporate Responsibility strategic priorities. Established in Financial Year 2012 for a period of 5 years, the Principles describe what we stand for, and how we operate across our global communities.

Lead the wine industry in corporate social responsibility

Lead the wine industry in corporate social responsibility

  • We believe that we should lead the wine industry in corporate social responsibility, and this defines how we operate across our value chain.
  • Across our value chain, the decisions we make in the course of running our business consider environmental and social implications. 
  • We assess these implications and their effects on our key stakeholder groups including our growers, suppliers, our operations, customers and consumers, and we take a balanced approach.

Lead the wine industry in corporate social responsibility

  • We track and report this information, authentically & transparently. 
  • We communicate it regularly as part of our business reporting (that means the good with the bad). 
  • We take an active role in shaping our industry to move it forward.

Use as little as we need, as efficiently as we can

Use as little as we need, as efficiently as we can

  • As custodians of our lands, we look to make a positive contribution to the communities in which we operate. 
  • We know that energy and water are limited resources and we will use them as efficiently as we can.
  • We don’t want any waste, anywhere.

Use as little as we need, as efficiently as we can

  • Through design and education, we support making our packaging the most recoverable it can be. 
  • We are continuing to maintain our focus on reducing the carbon emissions from across our value chain.

Protect and enhance the people and places around us

Protect and enhance the people and places around us

  • We protect and enhance the people and places around us, creating a well and connected community.
  • We are a company comprised of many communities. We want them to be well, and socially connected. 
  • We care about and value our people. We want a safe, inspired and informed group of people working with us.

Protect and enhance the people and places around us

  • We do not support the abuse of our product in any market in which we operate. We take on this tough task and we work tirelessly to educate and inform our consumers of this. We’re in it for the long term. 
  • The responsible consumption of our products enhance social connection.

Global Corporate Responsibility Council

TWE's Corporate Responsibility agenda is driven by the Company’s Global Corporate Responsibility Council, chaired by the CEO, with representatives from the executive leadership team and key functions and regions. The Council provides oversight, leadership, and assesses the delivery of the Company’s Corporate Responsibility program against agreed strategy and targets. Annual updates on the Corporate Responsibility program are available in our Annual Reports.

United Nations Global Compact

TWE is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) which includes 10 Principles in the fields of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. As a signatory to the UNGC, TWE provides regular communications on its progress in fulfilling the Principles. You can view our latest UNGC Communication on Progress here:

  • United Nations Global Compact COP 2016 Wednesday, 21 September 2016 pdf 1 MB Download
  • United Nations Global Compact COP FY 2014 and 2015 Tuesday, 24 November 2015 pdf 1 MB Download
  • United Nations Global Compact COP 2013 Tuesday, 24 November 2015 pdf 758 kB Download
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