Down to Earth Month
April is Down to Earth Month and an ideal time to check out California wines made with sustainable practices.
Wineries statewide are celebrating throughout April with eco-tours, green-themed events, special offers and tastings of earth-friendly wines. Explore Down to Earth Month events below and plan a visit. Can’t make the trip? Open a bottle of your favorite California wine and toast our commitment to green from grapes to glass.
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A CULINARY TOUR OF CALIFORNIA
Wine Country Table: With Recipes that Celebrate California’s Sustainable Harvest takes readers on a journey through California’s rich wine and food heritage, culinary diversity and sustainability with 50 fabulous recipes and stunning photography.
Written by award-winning author Janet Fletcher, Wine Institute’s new book offers a visual tour of 23 stunning farms and wineries whose sustainable practices highlight the future of responsible farming and winegrowing embraced throughout California.
Wine Institute is an association of nearly 1,000 California wineries and affiliated businesses from the beautiful and diverse wine regions throughout the state. Wine Institute works to create an environment where the wine community can flourish and contribute in a positive fashion to our nation, state and local communities. For information please contact email@example.com.
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Certified sustainable producer Jordan Winery, owner of the Wine Country Table website and magazine, consents to Wine Institute’s use of its trademark for this book. Find food, wine, entertaining and travel tips at www.winecountrytable.com.