The San Jose Mercury News recently featured the upcoming launch of our Vineyard Adventures self guided vineyard walks in a story about the best Sonoma County vineyard hikes.
Grape growers in Sonoma County fully understand how important their employees are to their operations.
That’s why the Sonoma County Winegrowers, which represents some 1,800 grape growers, has decided to relaunch the Sonoma County Grape Growers Foundation to focus on the socially responsible component of sustainability. The goal is to improve the lives of the local workforce.
Sonoma County Winegrowers hosted DC Life Magazine writer Eugene Smith during our annual Sonoma County Grape Camp. Euguene writes about experience at each vineyard and winery throughout the Grape Camp and provides a recap of his top wine picks!
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As a result of hosting journalist and editor Lenox Magee during Sonoma County Winegrowers' Annual 2015 Grape Camp, the article titled, “Just Add Water…” was featured in the 40th issue of the publication.
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Karissa Kruse recently spoke to Wines & Vines about her experiences during her Marshall Memorial Fellowship. After more than a month overseas, and dozens of meetings with European Leaders and her counterparts in the European wine industry, Kruse reports back on what she learned and Sonoma County's position as a global leader in Sustainability.