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California Wines Livestream & Video Series Celebrates Down to Earth Month in April

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Facebook Live & Instagram Events Share Tips on Enjoying Sustainably Grown & Produced Wines

March 23rd – SAN FRANCISCO — For “Down to Earth Month” in April, California Wines is celebrating the state’s global leadership in sustainable winegrowing with a series of fun and informative virtual events and videos on Facebook Live and Instagram. Throughout April, the free livestream events and videos will present a variety of discussions, cooking demonstrations and virtual wine tastings focused on sustainability.

Hosts for the Facebook Live events include Napa Valley sommelier Amanda McCrossin of SommVivant and Aida Mollenkamp, Food Network personality and founder of Salt & Wind Travel.

Videos shared on the California Wines Instagram channel will demonstrate recipes, how to pair and enjoy California wines, and what makes a wine sustainable. Programs will feature food and beverage influencers, including Meg van der Kruik of This Mess Is Ours, Jerry James Stone of the Jerry James Stone blog, Britney Brown Chamberlain of Britney Breaks Bread, and Sarah Gim of The Delicious Life.

To view details on all Down to Earth Month events, visit: DiscoverCaliforniaWines.com/d2e

 

Down to Earth Month in April will include Facebook Livestream events with wine experts Aida Mollenkamp (left) and Amanda McCrossin (right) discussing how to find and pair sustainable wines.

Facebook Live: Thursdays, 10am PST

Livestream hosts Amanda McCrossin of SommVivant and Aida Mollenkamp of Salt & Wind taste and discuss sustainably grown and produced California wines. Event replays will be available on the site for later viewing.

  • April 1 – What Is Sustainable Wine?
    It’s time to clear up the confusion around what defines sustainability! Participants will learn what sustainable winegrowing and winemaking practices are and get the inside story on California’s sustainable certification programs, including the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA) program.
  • April 8 – What Are Biodynamic and Organic Wines, and How Are They Sustainable?
    Explore the differences between organic and biodynamic practices and learn how they fit into the sustainability equation.
  • April 15 – Why Is There a Chicken in the Vineyard?
    Chickens, sheep and goats don’t just look adorable in California vineyards—each has an important job to do. Learn how animals are helping California vintners in their sustainable farming efforts.
  • April 22 – How to Look for Sustainable Wines
    Finding sustainable wines is easy—if you know what to look for. Participants will learn about the sustainable certifications, logos and terms to look for on wine labels.
  • April 29 – How California Is a Leader in Sustainable Wines & Sustainable Farming

California is not only a world leader in sustainable winemaking and winegrowing practices, but producers also embrace sustainability in dairy and other agricultural areas. Learn about California’s innovative farming practices and how the state leads in sustainable wine and food.

IGTV Videos: Tuesdays 10am PST

Every Tuesday in April, videos from well-known food and beverage influencers will be shared on the California Wines Instagram channel, each demonstrating a recipe inspired by the Wine Country Table cookbook paired with sustainably made wines from California. Recipes and information about sustainability will be shared on each influencer’s website and social media platforms.

  • April 6 – Meg van der Kruik of This Mess Is Ours
  • April 13: – Jerry James Stone of the Jerry James Stone blog
  • April 20 – Britney Brown Chamberlain of Britney Breaks Bread
  • April 27 – Sarah Gim of The Delicious Life
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