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In a rapidly changing and unpredictable world, grape farmers stand at the front line of positive impact. Grace + Vine Climate-Friendly Wines ™ is here to stand with the best among them.
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Five practices at the heart
of regenerative farming

Earth’s natural system for storing carbon and preventing its release into
the atmosphere is all about soil. Healthy soil—rich with organic matter
and teeming with invisible lifeforms—naturally sequesters the compounds
from which our climate needs a break.
1. Eliminating synthetic inputs
Avoiding the use of herbicides and synthetic fertilizers keeps harmful agrochemicals and toxins out of the soil—and out of your wine.
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2. Planting cover crops
Seeding vegetation between vineyard rows conserves soil moisture, builds the soil’s organic matter, and prevents soil loss and runoff.
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3. Reducing tillage
Decreasing topsoil disturbance in vineyards and other agricultural settings helps prevent topsoil erosion and increases water-holding capacity.
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4. Integrating animals
Grazing livestock through vineyards cycles nutrients right back into the environment—promoting organic matter and activating soil microbial communities.
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5. Composting
Adding organic matter to the vineyard helps build soil structure, prevents soil compaction, and improves nutrient retention for plants to feed on.
The promise of forward-looking wine
Ours is an uncompromising cellar. Every bottle of Grace + Vine Climate-Friendly Wines ™ is committed to a regenerative approach in the vineyard—grown from living landscapes that leave the soil better off than the farmer found it.
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Crush Citrus, sustainable label material made with agro-industrial waste

Increased premiumization, sustainability, and personalization are growing trends in the consumer goods sector in North America and Europe. In packaging, consumers are looking to buy products from brands that align with their personal values….
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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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