Authors like Michael Pollan and Mark Bittman champion intelligent eating that will help us all live longer. I wonder, though, when those guys sit down to a meal with wine, do they drink organic? I’d like to think so. Laura Klein, publisher of Organic Authority, told me that people who eat organically would also be likely to drink organic, natural or sustainably-produced wine.
There are many different areas of the wine business that starts at the winery, and ends at the retailer. Marketing and Sales are a couple of skills that can cross all the lines, and is the best way to get in the door.
Here’s a way to expand your repertoire and help the Earth at the same time. Organic wines — made from grapes and other ingredients grown without synthetic fertilizers and pesticides — are ideal for oenophiles concerned about their health and the planet
I’ve come across the Organic Wine Exchange, but don’t know much about the sustainability options for wine. Then yesterday, shopping in our local Whole Foods, we found a section called “environmentally-friendly wines.”
I’ve broken the list up into two categories: people and wineries/organizations. The first part of the list is focused on individuals whose tweets are mostly related to green issues like sustainability, conservation, green agriculture and farming practices, and local economies as they relate to the wine industry.