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Soil is the Soul
of our Planet

Grace + Vine Climate-Friendly Wines ™ wines connect the world we see to the one we don’t – because our future depends on it.
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Let’s change wine to change the world

Membership to Grace + Vine Climate-Friendly Wines ™ puts power behind positive impact. Join us in the cause and help make wine a force for good.

Webinar: Organic Agriculture—Mitigating and Adapting to Climate Change Through Carbon Sequestration

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Climate change is the world’s greatest environmental challenge. Organic agriculture can help tackle climate change through its ability to store huge amounts of carbon. The purpose of this webinar is to provide insights into soil organic carbon accumulation potential of organic agriculture by leveraging research findings from Rodale Institute’s Farming Systems Trial—the longest-running side-by-side comparison of organic and conventional cropping systems in North America.

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Bottles with stories beneath the surface

We unearth the deeper meaning of “terroir” – it’s not just WHERE grapes came from, it’s also HOW they were grown.
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Regeneration 101

The boldest vision of our time. Regenerative agriculture seeks to revitalize Earth’s natural carbon-storing potential by rebuilding soils, helping balance the climate and brighten the future.

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Starting September 27th
Common Ground
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From the filmmakers of ‘Kiss the Ground’ (Netflix) comes the follow-up documentary ‘Common Ground,’ recipient of the Tribeca Film Festival 2023 Human/Nature Award. Coming to select theaters in the US starting September 27th. Sobering yet hopeful, ‘Common Ground’ exposes the toxic interconnections of American farming policy, politics, and health, by sharing stories of destruction and healing across the United States and beyond, and how regenerative agriculture and soil health plays a vitally important role in changing these systems for the better. At it’s root, it explores how people from different walks of life, different political backgrounds, and different places share one thing in common – the very soil beneath their feet.
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Our mission
Our mission is to help restore Earth’s carbon balance through the ecological, social, and economic power of regeneratively farmed wine.
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Education and events

Regenerative Agriculture can play a key role in combating climate change

“A growing consensus is emerging among soil scientists that regenerative agriculture – agricultural practices that remove carbon from the atmosphere and put it back in the soil – could deliver a huge win for the climate.”