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Can Sonoma Wine Go 100 Percent Sustainable?

County growers and vintners set ambitious five-year goal, but it will take much work
Dana Nigro
Issue: May 31, 2014


By 2019, every Sonoma vineyard and winery will be certified as sustainable, if the county's largest grapegrower and winery organizations have their way. By urging producers to pursue independent verification of their green practices, Sonoma aims to be the first "100 percent sustainable" U.S. wine region. Wine Spectator's Dana Nigro reports.


For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands April 22, 2014.

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