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Sonoma County: A Sustainable Winegrowing Hub

The Sonoma Valley is home to the nation’s first 100% sustainable wine region.

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Earth Day and the Impact of Global Warming on Wine

Yesterday marked the 49th edition of Earth Day, an event founded by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin after he’d seen the impact of a massive oil spill off the Santa Barbara coast. His idea was to present a “national

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Biodynamic Wines: Earthly-Friendly Alternatives

It’s one of those “buzz words” in the world of wine that simultaneously creates a lot of excitement and a certain degree of controversy. The word: Biodynamic. The excitement stems from the idea that Biodynamic wines are made in a

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Organic/Biodynamic Farming and Its Effect on Wine

Nobody completely agrees on the “definition” of organic framing. A good way to think of it is the embracement of policies and procedures that are not harmful to Mother Earth. Those who embrace organic farming believe that when you take

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