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Pine Ridge VineyardsStags Leap District, Napa Valley
Seghesio Family VineyardsAlexander Valley, Sonoma County
Archery SummitDundee Hills, Willamette Valley
Chamisal VineyardsEdna Valley, San Luis Obispo County
Seven Hills WineryWalla Walla Valley, Columbia Valley
MaleneCentral Coast, CA
Double CanyonHorse Heaven Hills, Washington
Le Petit Clos Pine Ridge Vineyard

Pine Ridge Vineyards Stags Leap District, Napa Valley

At Pine Ridge Vineyards, we are committed to and have always embraced sustainable practices. We take every step we can to preserve the ecosystem of our region, and our Napa Green certification demonstrates our commitment as responsible stewards of the land. Our multidisciplinary in-house Green Team meets regularly to monitor and improve our practices and to implement the latest sustainable practices, ensuring long-term viability of our business and quality of life in our community. This philosophy allows us to deliver wines that express their natural origin and will be complex and elegant for years to come.

Rattlesnake Seghesio Family Vineyards

Seghesio Family Vineyards Alexander Valley, Sonoma County

Sustainability is not static – it is living work. Its core definition states that in accomplishing our goals, we do not compromise the natural resources future generations will require to meet their own goals. While Seghesio first formally adopted sustainable farming in 2003, we have always held a deep respect for the land that is inspired by our gratitude for our home and our community in Sonoma County. Sustainability is a primary objective in every aspect of our operation– our farming practices, how responsibly we use the earth’s resources and how we treat our fellow employees. In our continuing efforts toward a higher platform of sustainability, we work to minimize our impact on the land and ecosystems upon which our survival depends.

Renegade Ridge Vineyard

Archery Summit Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley

As responsible stewards of the land, we engage in minimal-impact agriculture. Sustainability is a dynamic and vital part of growing wine, a practice that ensures both the industry’s future and the overall health of the trade. We practice sustainability wherever possible, from responsible farming in the vineyard to energy-sensitive approaches in the cellar.

Chamisal Vineyards Pinot Noir Block

Chamisal Vineyards Edna Valley, San Luis Obispo County

As farmers and stewards of the land, we’re constantly striving to find its highest and best use. Our unique soil types and proximity to the ocean have convinced us that it’s Chardonnay. At Chamisal, we’re committed to growing truly world-class Chardonnay and showcasing each vineyard’s unique characteristics. Chamisal Vineyards has been SIP (Sustainability in Practice) certified in the vineyards since 2010 and we were the the second-ever winery to be SIP-certified in 2016, though the winery has always gone above and beyond the requirements to maintain the health of our vineyards and improve biodiversity in the area.

McClellan Estate Vineyard

Seven Hills Winery Walla Walla Valley, Columbia Valley

We focus on preserving our estate vineyard and are LIVE Certified and certified Salmon-Safe. We are committed to protecting water quality and promoting aquatic biodiversity in important Northwest salmon watersheds. In addition, we plant fallow lands with native grasses, which increases biodiversity and protects local flora and fauna.

Malene Central Coast, CA

At Malene, we a light touch in the vineyard. We don’t use any herbicides, and limit dust and air pollution by minimizing tillage. We also utilize compost teas and cover crops to improve soil health and biodiversity. We use only organic fertilizers and have replanted vineyards to drought-tolerant rootstocks in order to reduce the need for irrigation.

Double Canyon Horse Heaven Hills, Washington

We are one of only seven Washington LIVE Certified wineries. We preserve resources through a combination of electrical and water conversancy.

Le Petit Clos Pine Ridge Vineyard

Pine Ridge Vineyards Stags Leap District, Napa Valley

At Pine Ridge Vineyards, we are committed to and have always embraced sustainable practices. We take every step we can to preserve the ecosystem of our region, and our Napa Green certification demonstrates our commitment as responsible stewards of the land. Our multidisciplinary in-house Green Team meets regularly to monitor and improve our practices and to implement the latest sustainable practices, ensuring long-term viability of our business and quality of life in our community. This philosophy allows us to deliver wines that express their natural origin and will be complex and elegant for years to come.

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Rattlesnake Seghesio Family Vineyards

Seghesio Family Vineyards Alexander Valley, Sonoma County

Sustainability is not static – it is living work. Its core definition states that in accomplishing our goals, we do not compromise the natural resources future generations will require to meet their own goals. While Seghesio first formally adopted sustainable farming in 2003, we have always held a deep respect for the land that is inspired by our gratitude for our home and our community in Sonoma County. Sustainability is a primary objective in every aspect of our operation– our farming practices, how responsibly we use the earth’s resources and how we treat our fellow employees. In our continuing efforts toward a higher platform of sustainability, we work to minimize our impact on the land and ecosystems upon which our survival depends.

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Renegade Ridge Vineyard

Archery Summit Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley

As responsible stewards of the land, we engage in minimal-impact agriculture. Sustainability is a dynamic and vital part of growing wine, a practice that ensures both the industry’s future and the overall health of the trade. We practice sustainability wherever possible, from responsible farming in the vineyard to energy-sensitive approaches in the cellar.

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Chamisal Vineyards Pinot Noir Block

Chamisal Vineyards Edna Valley, San Luis Obispo County

As farmers and stewards of the land, we’re constantly striving to find its highest and best use. Our unique soil types and proximity to the ocean have convinced us that it’s Chardonnay. At Chamisal, we’re committed to growing truly world-class Chardonnay and showcasing each vineyard’s unique characteristics. Chamisal Vineyards has been SIP (Sustainability in Practice) certified in the vineyards since 2010 and we were the the second-ever winery to be SIP-certified in 2016, though the winery has always gone above and beyond the requirements to maintain the health of our vineyards and improve biodiversity in the area.

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McClellan Estate Vineyard

Seven Hills Winery Walla Walla Valley, Columbia Valley

We focus on preserving our estate vineyard and are LIVE Certified and certified Salmon-Safe. We are committed to protecting water quality and promoting aquatic biodiversity in important Northwest salmon watersheds. In addition, we plant fallow lands with native grasses, which increases biodiversity and protects local flora and fauna.

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Malene Central Coast, CA

At Malene, we a light touch in the vineyard. We don’t use any herbicides, and limit dust and air pollution by minimizing tillage. We also utilize compost teas and cover crops to improve soil health and biodiversity. We use only organic fertilizers and have replanted vineyards to drought-tolerant rootstocks in order to reduce the need for irrigation.

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Double Canyon Horse Heaven Hills, Washington

We are one of only seven Washington LIVE Certified wineries. We preserve resources through a combination of electrical and water conversancy.

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