Parducci Wine Cellars may be the oldest winery in California’s Mendocino County — founded in 1932 and bonded a year later — but it is at the forefront of environment-friendly practices.
Of its 340 certified acres of vineyards, 160 are Biodynamic and organic, 40 are organic and in transition to Biodynamic, 60 are organic and utilize fish-friendly farming, and 80 already use FFF and are in transition to organic.
The winery uses 100% green energy, supplementing its on-site solar installation with purchased wind power.
Parducci also constructed an on-site wetlands and wildlife habitat, recycles 100% of its wine cellar waste water, and embraces earth-friendly packaging.
And in addition to all that, its wines are really good.
To learn more about one of Caifornia’s iconic wine estates, click here (http://www.parducci.com).