On our rigorous path back towards a cirular economy, we´ve come across the ancient technique of "terra preta". This involves composting/activating woody plant waste and turning it into charcoal, which is then incorporated itno the soil. Charcoal is made up of 80-90% carbon and is therefore super-relevant today in terms of reduction of CO2 content in the atmosphere. This is "climate farming" and can minimise the carbon footprint of our business. In the soil, charcoal is guaranteed to remain stable for centuries, and because of extreme porosity it increases access to nutrients and therefore raises soil fertility - water retention and consistent vine growth. We began our very promising experiments in the winter of 2010/11, and since then have produced around 15m3 of charcoal per year, and have thus sequestrated around 40 tons of cO2 from the air.