organic wines

Sonoma Gets Its (Toxics) Closeup: What’s On Those Vines? by Pam Strayer

It is important to know what is in our wine. We are reposting in case you missed it the first time. Thanks to Pam and her hard work…and for sharing. Has anything changed since this was written?  Here is an eye opening assessment report on the winegrowers ‘sustainability’ meeting by Pam Strayer, a leading specialist on organic and …

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NEW: Sonoma County website on organic and biodynamic wines

Our friend and promoter of third party certified (non industry certified) organic and biodynamic wines has finally gotten her website rolling. As most of you know Pam Strayer has a medical research background as well as extensive wine industry knowledge. Pam has tirelessly promoted drinking and supporting the organic and biodynamic growers. Since the “Sustainable …

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Sonoma Gets Its (Toxics) Closeup: What’s On Those Vines? by Pam Strayer

It is important to know what is in our wine. We are reposting in case you missed it the first time. Thanks to Pam and her hard work…and for sharing. Here is an eye opening assessment report on the winegrowers ‘sustainability’ meeting by Pam Strayer, a leading specialist on organic and bio-dynamic wines. Originally published: Organic Wines Uncorked …

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Organic vs. Pesticides

What’s on those vines? What’s on that schoolyard? What’s in our groundwater? What are our children exposed to?  ORGANIC vs PESTICIDES   Wine & Water Watch with Napa Vision 2050 present PAM STRAYER, organic & Biodynamic wine researcher/writer and MEDHA CHANDRA, Pesticide Action Network North America Saturday, May 12th, 1 – 3 PM Napa Valley …

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The Organic Opportunity: Will the US Wine Market Miss Out?

” Thank you Pam Strayer for another excellent article. New studies coming out that going organic and biodynamic cost no more than conventional, chemical driven vineyards so why are they still using the toxins and poisoning the air, soil and air? Europe is on the move and cashing in on the trend. Another issue, our …

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