Both in the vineyard and during the production process, Vins Nadal minimizes the generation of waste and the emission of CO2, by reusing and recycling the materials involved. Other important measures widely practice in the winery that reduce the impact of residues and carbon emissions include hand harvesting, use of green roofs as a soil maintenance system to combat erosion, improve soil quality and balance the plant and production components of the vine. Also replacing the use of chemical vineyard treatments with minerals and natural fertilizers as solution to maintain wine quality in response to climate change. This long practice measurements for many years has allowed Vins Nadal to form a part of the Regenerative Viticulture Association.
Vins Nadal has become a winery known for being environmentally sustainable, playing a conscious role in reducing the impact by creating sustainable forests (PEFC and FSC). Another very important efforts in the winery to guarantee sustainability is the use of light glass bottles with which up to 20% of raw material is saved. Also using labels of mineral materials, and reducing the use of plastic capsules in the packaging. In addition, since 2018, Vins Nadal has become part of the Empresa y Clima Foundation, a benchmark in the fight against climate change under which it has carried out carbon footprint studies and from these, decreasing emissions to the environment.