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Mar 24th, 2024

Robb Report: How Winemakers Are Reducing Carbon Emissions While Improving Flavor

Robb Report Pedro at Tablas Creek

In a new feature article for Robb Report, authors Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen dive into the positive "impacts that cleaner farming can have on the wine itself." The speak to our Proprietor Jason Haas as well as owners and grapegrowers from other regeneratively farmed Paso Robles wineries Booker, Villa Creek, and Robert Hall. From their introduction:

We are not the first people to have written the words “Great wine begins in the vineyard,” but in many years of visiting wine regions and tasting wine we can certainly attest to the truthfulness of this statement. As much of the wine world comes down off its 20th-century fascination with pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizer and moves back toward a type of farming that’s better for the planet, vines, grapes, and our health, it’s important to consider the impact that cleaner farming can have on the wine itself.
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