U.S. wine consumers are willing to pay more for wine — up to several dollars more per bottle — produced using “sustainable” practices, according to new research presented at a Sonoma County grapegrower seminar in Santa Rosa on Thursday.
Bedell Cellars and CEO Trent Preszler Named Sustainability All-Stars
Sustainable Long Island will honor Bedell Cellars and their CEO Trent Preszler at the 3rd Annual Sustainability All-Star Awards on Wednesday, December 2, 2015.
How Locals Are Preserving the Hamptons' Ecosystems
By Paula de la Cruz | July 31, 2015
The light, the vistas, and the bounty are what attract many to the bucolic East End, and locals will do whatever it takes to help preserve and maintain our natural resources.
Long Island Wineries Set Out to Prove Their Green Cred
Not content with simply being “local,” winegrowers create a sustainability certification and education program to spread eco-friendly practices
Certifying Good Growers
Four East End wine producers have founded a nonprofit education organization that will certify local growers as practitioners of sustainable agriculture.