Pam Strayer

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

Wine industry can’t be embarrassed enough to change their practices, little changes. 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 […]

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Roundup: Win Some, Lose Some or Stick Your Head in the Sand

“Why would the Wine Institute shun so many professional opinions that link glyphosate to autism, developmental issues, liver disease and cancer risks? Honestly, why?” Organic Wines Uncorked by Pam Strayer The Delicious Revolution Will Be Vinified: News and Views on Organically Grown Wine Roundup: Win Some, Lose Some or Stick Your Head in the Sand

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Organically Sonoma Launches: New Website to Help Consumers Find Fine and Everyday Wines from Sonoma’s Organic Vines

With barely 3% of Sonoma County third party certified organic or biodynamic, support the wineries that are doing the right thing and not greenwashing their practices. ……“While wine growers have generously funded and aggressively marketed their Sonoma Certified Sustainable program, we have seen that lapses in program enforcement have led to using banned toxins in

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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. 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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Organically Sonoma Launches: New Website to Help Consumers Find Fine and Everyday Wines from Sonoma’s Organic Vines

With barely 3% of Sonoma County third party certified organic or biodynamic, support the wineries that are doing the right thing and not greenwashing their practices. ……“While wine growers have generously funded and aggressively marketed their Sonoma Certified Sustainable program, we have seen that lapses in program enforcement have led to using banned toxins in

Organically Sonoma Launches: New Website to Help Consumers Find Fine and Everyday Wines from Sonoma’s Organic Vines Read More »

Organically Sonoma Launches: New Website to Help Consumers Find Fine and Everyday Wines from Sonoma’s Organic Vines

With barely 3% of Sonoma County third party certified organic or biodynamic, support the wineries that are doing the right thing and not greenwashing their practices. ……“While wine growers have generously funded and aggressively marketed their Sonoma Certified Sustainable program, we have seen that lapses in program enforcement have led to using banned toxins in

Organically Sonoma Launches: New Website to Help Consumers Find Fine and Everyday Wines from Sonoma’s Organic Vines Read More »