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"Bravo! Finally, places to find organic and biodynamic wineries...
With hundreds of wines to choose from, this site points the way to the vintners who are doing it right for wine lovers and our environment!"
-Padi, Preserve Rural Sonoma
"It's difficult to know how the wine you drink was really made.
Sustainable grapes can be sprayed with toxic pesticides.
While some of the wineries with organic vineyards sell organically grown wines, they may also sell other wines made separately from conventionally grown grapes. How can you vote with your dollars if you don't really know what you're buying?
Fortunately, Organically Sonoma has done the research—listing only the wines from certified organic vines—and can help you find wine made with your values in mind."
-Megan Kaun, Toxic Free Future
"I live in Sonoma County. It is a culturally, economically and environmentally rich place.
As an organic loving consumer and a children's environmental health advocate in this community, these websites are exactly what I am looking for."
"Pam Strayer's coverage of organic, biodynamic and natural wines stateside is based on rigorous research into individual wineries' wine growing and winemaking practices."
-Monty Waldin, JancisRobinson.com, author of numerous books on organic and biodynamic wines and head judge, Tuscany, Decanter World Wine Awards
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A former environmental and health journalist, she writes expertly about organic and biodynamic viticulture...and has impressive experience tasting wines."
-Jeremy Parzen, Coordinating Editor for North America, Slow Wine Guide 2020
"Pam Strayer, of Wine Country Geographic, is the country’s foremost authority on organic and biodynamic wines and vines. While I have taken advantage of her know-how for years, I am so excited that she is launching this site for consumers and the wine industry.
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-Elizabeth Candelario, former president, Demeter USA; regenerative food and wine industry consultant