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This New Label Makes It Easier Than Ever To Identify Sustainable Wines

By Desirée Kaplan

While millions of people around the world love sipping their favorite chardonnay or pinot noir, the wine industry can, unfortunately, have a significant carbon footprint because of the amount of water and energy it consumes. Vineyards and wineries in California have been working to shift towards more eco-friendly production methods the past few years.

As of this year, they will be given the opportunity to earn a stamp of approval for their efforts. Wine lovers can now easily find wines that are certified by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance when they see the “California Certified Sustainable” logo on a bottle.