A Winemaker’s Cup of Tea

Winegrower Annie Favia has also turned her talents to growing herbs and creating tisanes

A Winemaker’s Cup of Tea
Erda teas can be purchased as monthly subscriptions or as single-variety bags, which offer a good introduction to Annie Favia's homegrown herb and flower tisanes. (Leigh-Ann Beverley/Bonafide)
From the Mar 31, 2022, issue

California winegrower Annie Favia of Favia Erickson Winegrowers got her introduction to gardening—and enjoying tea—from her mother, which has since inspired her to delve into growing herbs for tea in her own garden. Now she has her own herbal tea brand, Erda, offering whole-leaf and -flower tisanes in single-variety bags or as a subscription packs.

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