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Rutherford Wine Company

Rutherford Wine Company is family-owned and managed with a portfolio of wines representing the rich diversity of California’s outstanding appellations. Today, the portfolio includes Rutherford Ranch Winery (Napa Valley), Scott Family Estate (Arroyo Seco), Predator (Lodi), Silver Buckle (Central Coast/Lodi), and California appellation wines Lander-Jenkins Vineyards, , Rhiannon, Round Hill. Uncompromising and ecologically far-sighted viticulture is an ethical imperative for …

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Fetzer Wines

Most people take the easy route. Barney Fetzer had other ideas. Pioneering earth-friendly winemaking long before it was a buzzword, Fetzer Vineyards continues Barney’s legacy of hard work, radical thinking and wines that make a difference. Learn more at Fetzer.com

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Holiday Featured Wineries

This holiday, we’re popping the question: why do people overwhelmingly prefer wines with natural cork? Especially during the gift-giving season, wine lovers seem to naturally recognize that real cork is one sure sign of quality and an authentic signature of the winemaker’s art. From now through the new year, we’ll be reminding audiences of that fact together with a group …

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Selby Winery’s Cork-Finished 2013 Sauvignon Blanc Selected as the Sweepstake’s-Winning White Wine LOS ANGELES, November 18, 2014 – 100% Cork (www.100percentcork.org) said today that the results from the recently-concluded Sonoma County Harvest Fair further validate cork’s advantages over alternative stoppers, when it comes to what is best for wine. This year’s competition included over 1,000 wines made from Sonoma County grapes. …

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By Cathy Huyghe, Contributor, Forbes.com | Posted: November 14, 2014 It’s almost time! For cork-popping season, that is – that festive time of the year when the iconic sound of cork being released from a wine bottle signals the beginning of things. The beginning of a party, maybe. Or the beginning of a holiday celebration with friends or colleagues or …

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By RJ Evans, Kuriositas.com Have you ever wondered where that cork in your bottle of wine comes from?  The answer is most likely to be Spain or Portugal, where over half of the world’s cork is harvested – it is in fact the National Tree of the latter country. However, unlike other forms of forestry, the production of cork never involves …

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From CorkForest.org Founded in 2008, Cork ReHarvest has led the cork recycling movement in the US and Canada, helping to collect and recycle some of the billions natural corks that are produced each year. Equally important is our work to educate the public about the vital importance of preserving and protecting the Mediterranean cork forests. Cork collection boxes are placed in …

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Wine and the Environment?

By Stephanie Valponi, Blogher.com | October 11, 2014 I love wine tasting and learning about pairing it with certain foods. It’s so much fun giving my favorite wines as gifts and there’s just something so elegant about it. A while back I posted a fun DIY about turning corks into coasters (you can check out the old post here). And believe …

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CBS News Sunday Morning | October 5, 2014, 9:23 AM High in the mountains of Portugal’s Algarve region, correspondent Martha Teichner finds herself in what feels like a misty, magic forest, where giant cork trees grow; Teichner visits a fourth-generation cork manufacturer to discover the ages-old traditions of producing corks. See original report here.

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(NewsUSA) – A growing list of leading wineries, including St. Francis, Bogle and Fetzer, are speaking up about the benefits of using natural cork. They recognize that not only does natural cork allow wines to age perfectly, but using natural cork also provides a potential competitive advantage when it comes to marketing their wine brands. According to Wines & Spirits …

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