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Dec 23rd, 2020

Wine Enthusiast features Tablas Creek in an article exploring the "Triple Bottom Line" of Profit, People, and Planet

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In a new article for Wine Enthusiast, Contributing Editor Lauren Mowery explores the American wineries, breweries, and distilleries pursuing the "triple bottom line" of benefiting people, profit, and planet. Tablas Creek is one of the producers she features. From her piece:

In the alcohol industry, distinguishing green-washing and virtue signaling from meaningful action can be difficult. For one, environmental certifications can offer companies cover through trade-offs and accounting tricks, says Jason Haas, partner of Tablas Creek in Paso Robles.

Tablas Creek educates peers on dry and organic regenerative farming, critical techniques in a region with soil degradation and dwindling water supply. It hosts seminars at the winery, some in partnership with groups like Community Alliance with Family Farmers. The company has also donated more than $100,000 to charities, including local youth arts and sports programs.
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