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SIP Certified Releases List of 38 Wines Newly Certified as Sustainable for 2019

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Atascadero, California, April 3, 2019 – SIP Certified (Sustainability in Practice) has just released their list of newly certified wines for spring of 2019. The roster includes many repeat and first-time certified wines from 11 winery members that have met the farming and winemaking requirements of the organization.

According to Beth Vukmanic Lopez, SIP Certified Manager, “We are pleased to add new wine brands to our certification process. We are also pleased to see brands we have been working with for over a decade add more SIP Certified wines to their portfolio. We want consumers to know that the SIP Certified logo on a bottle guarantees that the wine is produced sustainably and ethically.”

New Wine Certifications

  • Besa
    • 2018 rose 756
    • 2018 white 756
  • Byron Winery
    • 2017 Pinot Noir – Solomon Hills Vineyard
    • 2017 Pinot Noir – Bien Nacido Vineyard
    • 2017 Pinot Noir – Fiddlestix
  • California Fresh Market
    • 2017 Paso Robles Zinfandel “Jammy Spice”
  • Castoro Cellars
    • 2016 Syrah (Paso Robles Reserve)
    • 2016 Dam Fine Red Blend
    • 2016 Trentacinque
  • Cobble Creek Vineyards
    • 2017 Chardonnay
    • 2017 Rose
    • 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon
    • 2017 Pinot Noir
  • Halter Ranch
    • 2016 Carignan
    • 2017 Petit Verdot
  • Lafond
    • 2016 Pinot Noir – SRH
    • 2015 Chardonnay – Stainless Steel
    • 2016 Chardonnay – Lafond Vineyard  
    • 2016 Chardonnay – Lafond Vineyard Musque Clone
  • Presqu’ile Winery
    • 2017 Chardonnay Bien Nacido Vineyard
  • Riverbench Vineyard & Winery
    • 2017 Mt. Eden – Pinot Noir
    • 2017 Late Harvest Chardonnay
    • 2017 Pinot Meunier
  • Santa Barbara Winery
    • 2016 Pinot Noir
    • 2016 Pinot Noir – County
    • 2016 Chardonnay – Reserve
    • 2016 Dry Riesling – Lafond Vineyard
  • Timbre
    • 2017 Sauvignon Blanc – Brave & Maiden
    • 2017 Grenache, Syrah – Brave & Maiden
    • 2017 Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon – Brave & Maiden
    • 2016 Pinot Noir, Sangiovese – Bien Nacido & Presqu’ile
    • 2018 Rose – Opening Act
    • 2017 Chardonnay – Opening Act
    • 2017 Chardonnay – Lead Vocals
    • 2017 Pinot Noir – Bien Nacido ‘Old Vines’
    • 2017 Supergroup

ABOUT SIP CERTIFIED

Sustainability in Practice (SIP) Certified is one of the wine industry’s oldest and most important third-party assessment programs. It utilizes a block-to-bottle, integrated approach to management, enabling farmers, wineries and winemakers to preserve the environment and protect human resources. SIP Certified boasts strict, non-negotiable requirements and standards based on science, expert input, independent verification, transparency and the absence of conflict of interest. SIP Certified launched its pilot program in 2008 with 3,700 acres of vines between Monterey and Santa Barbara counties. Today, there are 43,600 acres of vines in California and Michigan, two wineries and more than 36 million bottles of wine that have been SIP Certified.

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