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News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Supporting Earth Day in the Wine Industry

Unfiltered highlights a few of the many wineries making an effort to go a little greener this Earth Day

Posted: April 22, 2010  

News & Features  :  News

Saving Salamanders May Mean Restricting Vineyards

California commission passes new protections for the tiger salamander

Posted: April 9, 2010  By Lynn Alley

Blogs  :  Harvey Steiman At Large

Oregon Goes for the Green

New program IDs organic, biodynamic, sustainable wines

Posted: April 7, 2010  By Harvey Steiman

Oregon vintners introduce a new program—Oregon Certified Sustainable Wine—to identify wines that have been made sustainably, or using organic or biodynamic practices in the vineyard, and in wineries that qualify as sustainable.

Mar. 31, 2010 Issue  :  Features

Green from the Ground Up

Wineries commit to environmentally friendly design in their new buildings

Posted: March 31, 2010  By Dana Nigro

News & Features

LEED Winery Projects in North America—Expanded Profiles and Photos

Wineries in the United States and Canada have adopted environmentally friendly design in their new buildings

Posted: March 31, 2010  By Dana Nigro

News & Features  :  News

Does Green Wine Face a Stigma?

A study finds wines with organic and biodynamic labels cost less despite apparently higher quality; skeptics question the findings

Posted: March 23, 2010  By Stephanie Cain

News & Features  :  News

Champagne Introduces Lighter Bottle

New container is part of an effort to reduce carbon emissions

Posted: March 19, 2010  By Bruce Sanderson

Jan. 31, 2010 - Feb. 28, 2010 Issue  :  Features

Reds and Whites, But Green All Over

Posted: February 28, 2010  By Dana Nigro

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

New York Winery and Artists Team Up for Charity

Plus, chocolate may prevent strokes, vineyard equipment that runs on vine waste, and a wine-education class for teenage girls in England

Posted: February 11, 2010  

News & Features  :  What We're Drinking Now

A Snappy Greek White

Domaine Sigalas Santorini 2008

Posted: February 1, 2010  By Thomas Matthews

News & Features  :  What We're Drinking Now

An Oregon White with Green Credentials

Ponzi Pinot Gris Willamette Valley 2008

Posted: January 18, 2010  By Dana Nigro

News & Features  :  News

California Wine Industry Establishes New Green Certification

Voluntary statewide program will give sustainability claims more credibility

Posted: January 13, 2010  By Dana Nigro

News & Features  :  News

Turn, Turn, Turn: U.S. Wineries Try Wind Power

Producers look beyond solar for other forms of renewable energy

Posted: January 8, 2010  By Dana Nigro

News & Features  :  News

St.-Emilion Vintners Launch Biodiversity Program

Vignerons on Bordeaux’s Right Bank try to replace pesticides with natural predators

Posted: January 6, 2010  By Suzanne Mustacich

Learn Wine  :  Ask Dr. Vinny

What's the difference between organic, biodynamic, and sustainable wines?

Posted: November 16, 2009  

Blogs  :  James Laube's Wine Flights

Green Wars: Ego vs. Eco?

What changes, if any, will wineries make to be greener?

Posted: November 10, 2009  By James Laube

As debate about green and carbon footprint issues gain or lose clout, will consumers insist on some changes, whether it’s in lighter bottles or locally grown wines?

Blogs  :  James Suckling Uncorked

Natural and Beautiful

Tasting organic and biodynamic wines backstage at the Diana Krall concert in London

Posted: November 4, 2009  By James Suckling

James Suckling attends the Diana Krall concert in London before heading backstage to taste organic and biodynamic wines with bass player Anthony Wilson.

Oct. 31, 2009 Issue  :  Features

What’s in a Package?

Posted: October 31, 2009  By Lynn Alley

News & Features  :  News

West Coast Grapegrowers Confront Water Shortage

Farmers, businesses and residents fight over dwindling supply; climate change will only exacerbate the problem

Posted: October 29, 2009  By Harris Meyer

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

A Sit Down with Adam Mason of South Africa's Klein Constantia

The winemaker goes against the grain to take his vineyards green

Posted: October 20, 2009  By James Molesworth

James Molesworth sat down with Mason here at my office yesterday to get caught up on his recent efforts at South Africa's Klein Constantia winery. Klein Constantia is best known for its Vin de Constance bottling, a dessert wine made from naturally shriveled Muscat de Frontignan grapes. The 2004 vintage was the best yet for this wine, earning a stellar 94-point review.

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