The Hidden Sea wine, and purpose-led global racing championship, SailGP, have joined forces in an eight-year partnership to raise awareness of climate change and ocean health, and remove plastic from the ocean. The Australian wine brand is a premium company with one razor-focused mission: to remove plastic from the ocean. The company will drop into iconic coastal locations around the globe as SailGP’s exclusive, like-minded wine partner. In the UK, the company took over Plymouth and landed in style. Along with Team GB, the Duchess of Cambridge, and a host of high-profile guests all ready to enjoy an epic weekend of sports, fine foods, drinks and who’s who of the sailing world, guests watched national teams battling in short, intense races.

In partnership with ReSea Project, The Hidden Sea removes the equivalent of 10 single-use plastic bottles from the ocean for every bottle of wine sold globally. The Hidden Sea has already removed over 15 million plastic bottles and aims to remove one billion by 2030.

Together, SailGP and The Hidden Sea will aim to remove over one million single-use plastic bottles from the ocean during their global, multi-year partnership.

Additionally, The Hidden Sea is taking the incredible and thought-provoking art installation “Plastic Tap” around the world, with it. Created by artist and activist Benjamin Von Wong, it depicts a giant tap spewing out single-use plastic waste.

Justin Moran, Co-founder of The Hidden Sea, said: “This is the coming together of two companies that are driven to affect real change. If we do not take drastic action, plastic waste will outnumber fish in the oceans by 2050. There is no Plan B, we must act now to save the sea. Teaming up with an organisation that shares the same ethos of inspiring people worldwide to take action, will boost our mission and help save the sea.”

About The Hidden Sea

The Hidden Sea’s Red Blend, Rosé, Chardonnay, Pinot Griogio and Sauvignon Blanc wines are vegan-friendly and grown in some of Australia’s most iconic wine-growing regions. Consumers can purchase The Hidden Sea from select Asda, Sainsbury’s, Booths and Morrisons stores nationwide, or by visiting

The wines

The Hidden Sea Sauvignon Blanc 2021 (12% abv) – RRP £9.00, Sainsbury’s / Asda  
Very pale in colour with green hints, this sublime Sauvignon Blanc is packed full of passionfruit, pineapple and typical freshly cut grass aromas on the nose. With gorgeous gooseberry and citrusy flavours, and crisp mouth-watering acidity to finish, it will pair well with chicken and is a great party wine.  It’s suitable for vegans. 

The Hidden Sea Rosé 2021 (12.5% abv), RRP £9.00, Sainsbury’s  

With a nose of strawberries and cream and background of freshly cut roses, this deliciously drinkable rosé has a light, fresh palate with vibrant sweet fruit. It goes beautifully with citrussy scampi or prawn starters. It’s suitable for vegans.  

The Hidden Sea Chardonnay 2021 (13.5% abv), RRP £9.00, selected Co-op / selected Booths stores  
With lots of ripe stone fruit character, peach, apricot, a touch of honeydew melon and notes of vanilla and a fresh lemon citrus finish, this delicious Chardonnay would make a wonderful match to chicken, ham and leek pie. It’s suitable for vegans. 

The Hidden Sea Shiraz 2020 (14.5%), £9.00, selected Booths stores 

A mouth-watering Shiraz, jam-packed with juicy red fruits, coupled with vanilla-bourbon oak and a voluptuous, velvety tannin structure. This gorgeous red will pair well with a slow-cooked beef brisket chilli or barbecued meats.  It’s suitable for vegans. 

The Hidden Sea Red Blend 2020 (abv 14.5%), £8.50, selected Co-op stores

A heady and well-crafted combination of Shiraz. Cabernet Sauvignon, and a tiny splash of Malbec. It is bright crimson red with delicious aromas of red berries, fruit cake spice and toasty oak. These characters carry onto the palate, which is smooth, rich and long.  It is a great match for roasted red meats and hard cheeses, and it also makes a bold choice as a pairing for spicy dishes such as curry. It is suitable for vegans. 

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