Video Series: What Organic Means in the World of Wine
Yorkville Cellars, in Mendocino County, was one of the pioneers of Eco-friendly farming in the wine industry. Their vineyards have been certified by the California Certified Organic Famers (CCOF) since 1986, and they’ve been making great wine from the beginning. Of course, with all the different terms and certifications, it can be difficult for consumers (and even for people that work in the industry) to understand just what is happening in the vineyards and on wine labels. So, to clarify some of the confusion and to help people make more informed purchasing decisions, we talked to Yorkville Cellars’ owner, Edward Wallo.
Organic wine vs. Wine from Organically Grown Grapes
Farming: Sustainablity vs. Organic
Issue of Certification
Organic Farming: The Benefit to the Planet
Supporting Eco-friendly Wineries When you Buy Wine
Check out our reviews of Yorkville’s white blend-Eleanor of Aquitaine, their red blend-Richard the Loin-Heart, their unusual Sweet Malbec, their Rosé de Franc, their Sauvignon Blanc, and their very special Late Harvest Semillon.