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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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Volker Eisele: 4 Decades of Land Stewardship, Exceptional Wines

Happy Earth Day! We like to share stories of wineries practicing outstanding land stewardship throughout the year, and you can find a bunch of those stories archived here. But we especially like to share such stories on Earth Day, and

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Sonoma County Wineries That Walk the ‘Green’ Walk

Every so often in this blog, we like to give props to some of the wineries that take their stewardship of the land seriously. Wineries that don’t merely the “green” talk, but walk the “green” walk. The Sonoma Green Business

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Doing Things the Right Way Is Good for Everyone

In yesterday’s blog, we initiated a round of applause for winners of the first California Green Medal: Sustainable Winegrowing Leadership Awards, which were announced and presented recently at the University of California at Davis. The first Leader Award went to

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