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Oregon Wineries Pledge to Go Carbon Neutral

Fifteen wineries joined the newly created Oregon Global Warming Commission at its inception

Posted: September 7, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

Aug. 31, 2007 Issue  :  Features

Tastes: IN THE KITCHEN with Sam Gugino: Chefs Talk Organic

Posted: August 31, 2007  By Sam Gugino

June 30, 2007 Issue  :  Features

Green Revolutionaries: Earth-Friendly Winemaking

Wineries find innovative and simple ways to save energy, fuel and water

Posted: June 30, 2007  By Dana Nigro

June 30, 2007 Issue  :  Features

Earth-Friendly Winemaking

Wineries find innovative and simple ways to save energy, fuel and water

Posted: June 30, 2007  By Dana Nigro

June 30, 2007 Issue  :  Features

Green Revolutionaries: Bringing Back the Birds and the Bees

Vineyards cut the use of chemicals by enlisting the help of plants and animals

Posted: June 30, 2007  By Dana Nigro

June 30, 2007 Issue  :  Features

Green Revolutionaries

West Coast Winegrowers Fight To Save the Environment

Posted: June 30, 2007  By Dana Nigro

June 30, 2007 Issue  :  This Issue/Marvin R. Shanken

This Issue: Our Green Issue

Posted: June 30, 2007  By Marvin R. Shanken, Thomas Matthews

News & Features  :  News

British Journalist's Environmental Advice Angers New Zealand Wine Producers

Suggestion that wines from far away result in greater amounts of harmful carbon emissions evokes strong response from winemakers

Posted: June 19, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

Video  :  Video Index

Sustainability

Organic practices are important, but they're just one small part of sustainable practices. Learn more about sustainability with Michael Honig, the passionate president of Honig Vineyard and Winery in Napa Valley.

Posted: June 8, 2007  

Video  :  Video Index

Going Global

Do organic wines taste better? Get the answer from John Buechenstein. Hint: At Sauvignon Republic, he supports growers who embrace sustainability in key wine areas around the world.

Posted: June 6, 2007  

Video  :  Video Index

Giant Eggs in the Winery

A biodynamic philosophy goes beyond the vineyard to inform decisions in the winery. Get some insights with Delia Viader at her eponymous winery in Napa Valley's Howell Mountain area.

Posted: June 4, 2007  

Video  :  Video Index

Message in the Bottle: Climate Change

Some winemakers are experiencing shifts in their wine styles and even in the grape varietals they can grow; others aren't yet convinced that climate change is the cause. See what's cooking in Chablis, Burgundy and Italy's Alto Adige.

Posted: May 31, 2007  

Video  :  Video Index

The Biodynamic Man

In this first video of the Green Revolution series, Wine Spectator senior editor Dana Nigro talks with Paul Dolan about the use of biodyanmics at Parducci Wine Cellars in California's Mendocino County.

Posted: May 29, 2007  

News & Features  :  News

Change Is in the Air: Carbon Neutral Wine

Wineries are trying to offset greenhouse gas emissions … but is it feasible?

Posted: May 29, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

Video  :  Video Index

Oregon Pinot Noir: Terroir Matters

Terroir makes a big difference in these two Oregon Pinot Noirs. Editor at large, Harvey Steiman, explains why as he tastes a pair of wines. Belle Pente is from a cooler, higher altitude and Beaux Freres is from a warmer valley area.

Posted: November 30, 2006  

Nov. 15, 2006 Issue  :  People

Sonoma Mavericks

Seven winemakers who followed their own paths and pushed the boundaries in Northern California

Posted: November 15, 2006  By Tim Fish

News & Features  :  News

Grapegrowers Feeling the Heat

Short heat spikes, likely a result of global warming, could cause long-term changes to how and where wine grapes are grown

Posted: September 18, 2006  By Eric Arnold, Tim Fish, Jacob Gaffney

Video  :  Video Index

Châteauneuf Soils: Sandy vs. Stony

What effect does soil have on wine style? James Molesworth, Wine Spectator senior editor, provides the answer as he compares two wines.

Posted: June 19, 2006  

Video  :  Video Index

Farming the Arroyo Grande Valley

Join Brian Talley, the general manager of Talley Vineyards, as he recalls how he fell in love with wine and planted grapes in the Arroyo Grande Valley in California's Central Valley.

Posted: May 10, 2006  

Video  :  Video Index

Comparing Burgundies, Part 1: The Terroir

Burgundy is known for its terroir -- the unique combination of grapes, ground and winemaker -- that shapes each wine. Get a snapshot of Burgundy's terroir with Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator senior editor and tasting director.

Posted: April 19, 2006  

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