Sonoma winegrape sector pledges total sustainability


Issue Date: February 26, 2014

The Sonoma County Winegrape Commission, also known as Sonoma County Winegrowers, has announced that Sonoma County is committed to becoming the nation’s first 100 percent sustainable wine region through a three-phased program to be completed within the next five years. Although many of the region’s multigenerational winegrape growers and winemakers have been practicing sustainable farming techniques and winemaking practices for decades, this initiative demonstrates their seriousness and commitment to ensuring all vineyards and wineries across Sonoma County will soon be sustainable, according to Karissa Kruse, SCW president.

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