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Visiting California this Summer? Discover these Wine Regions

California has several wine regions from Northern to Southern California. When visiting the state be sure to visit some of the wineries.

New Zealand Wineries Use State-of- the-Art Software Sustainability Scorecard

New Zealand winegrowers are serious about sustainability practices in their vineyards. So many are concerned with sustainability that about 2,000 New Zealand vineyards and wineries from both North Island and South Island have signed up for Wine Industry Sustainability Engine (WiSE.)

Why Didn’t I Think of That? A Wine Label That Focuses on Sustainability

How many times have you thought, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Kudos to Doug Miller for devising a wine label that focuses on sustainability. Miller created a label that looks like a nutritional list but focuses on sustainability. Doug Miller, a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania, has devised a wine bottle label, “Production […]

Sustainability and LEED Certification for Wineries

There isn’t a legal definition of sustainability which can lead to ambiguous comments about what is and isn’t sustainable. That’s why we were glad to learn about LEED certification. LEED is a rating system based on points used for measuring building sustainability. LEED certification focuses on building sustainability. According to winery owners who have or […]

Sustainability in the Vineyard

A recent article in Wines & Vines talks about what the Central Coast Vineyard Team is doing in terms of sustainability. In part, the CCVT mission statement states they “will identify and promote the most environmentally safe, viticulturally and economically sustainable farming methods, while maintaining or improving quality and flavor of wine grapes.” Certainly, these […]

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