Earth Day Fundraiser in Sonoma

Earth Day Fundraiser in Sonoma

Eat, Drink & Be Green at Iron Horse Vineyards in the Green Valley appellation in Sebastopol, featuring spring releases from Deloach Vineyards, Dutton Estate, Dutton-Goldfield, Emeritus, Hartford Court, Iron Horse, Marimar Estate and Orogeny, benefiting the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation, National Geographic Society, Rainforest Action Network and the Leakey Foundation. For more information and to order tickets please go to www.greenvalley-russianriver.com

  • Celebrating the earth with something from the earth makes perfect sense, if it is cultivated with care. And why should your wine be anything less than earth friendly when you have such a variety to choose from ? Pick a vineyard ... Celebrating the earth with something from the earth makes perfect sense, if it is cultivated with care. And why should your wine be anything less than earth friendly when you have such a variety to choose from ? Pick a vineyard close to home, one that focuses on the unique value of the land it cultivates and/or pays particular attention to its own carbon footprint. Cheers to you, Mother Earth !

  • The ability to take on the road with wine is never a bad idea, in my book. However, this Vietnam-Era artillery case that was salvaged and turned into wine bar is about as good as it comes. It holds 3 bottles, 6 glasses and still h... The ability to take on the road with wine is never a bad idea, in my book. However, this Vietnam-Era artillery case that was salvaged and turned into wine bar is about as good as it comes. It holds 3 bottles, 6 glasses and still has room for all the other necessities.

  • Not sure if these are even good, but I'm such a sucker for a good package!

  • I drink a lot of wine, I mean A LOT. A friend of mine gave me a bottle of 2001 Robert Sinskey Vandal Vineyard Pinot Noir and I stashed it away not thinking much of it. For some reason, I didn't have a high opinion of Robert Sins... I drink a lot of wine, I mean A LOT. A friend of mine gave me a bottle of 2001 Robert Sinskey Vandal Vineyard Pinot Noir and I stashed it away not thinking much of it. For some reason, I didn't have a high opinion of Robert Sinskey Vineyards (RSV), not that I ever had any of their wines. As I read the label, I learned that RSV is an organic wine made via sustainable agricultural practices. So I went to their site and learned about the committment to sustainable farming and that it is one of the few certified organic wines. If you know wine, you will know there are very few organic wines. Vandal Vineyards is one of six organic vineyards at RSV. The wine is a cool climate Pinot made from the Pommard Clone. The 2001 I had is very Burgundian in style. It is medium ruby red in color. Dark cherry fruits on the palate, very clean, good minerality and earth. A very balanced Pinot, not what you would expect from Napa. Oh and it is organic. It ain't cheap, but it is very well made. Go give it a try.

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