Sustainability makes good wine business sense

Sustainability makes good wine business sense

More than three out of every five acres of vineyards in Sonoma County — 62 per cent of the 60,000 acres — have been through the first phase of Sonoma County Winegrowers’ campaign to have all the acres self-assessed for sustainability by 2019. “Sustainability reporting takes time and effort, but it’s worthwhile because you learn about your business and how to be more productive, protect the land and take care of people,” said Steve Sangiacomo, a Sonoma Valley-based wine grape grower and advocate for the program.

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