December 15, 2020
In today's episode, we welcome Jordan Lonborg, viticulturist at Tablas Creek Vineyard for part two of our two-part series with the company. Tablas Creek Vineyard is all about making change in the world of planet-saving agriculture. They are the first...
In today's episode, we welcome Jordan Lonborg, viticulturist at Tablas Creek Vineyard for part two of our two-part series with the company.
Tablas Creek Vineyard is all about making change in the world of planet-saving agriculture. They are the first Regenerative Organic Certified™ (ROC™) vineyard in the world. That means that in addition to producing top-of-the-line wines people love, their agricultural practices help reverse climate change.
We're incredibly honored to be partnering with the great folks at Tablas Creek for this series, as well as a cause campaign surrounding sustainable wine and agriculture.
We spoke to Tablas' General Manager, Jordan Haas last week about the history of Tablas and how the Regenerative Agriculture Certification™ is changing the shape of California Wineries. Be sure to check it out if you haven't already.
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