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Wine Enthusiast Nominates Kind of Wild’s Co-Founders Jordan Sager & Adam Sager as Social Visionary of the Year


HEALDSBURG, Calif. (Sept 23rd, 2022) — This year marks the 23rd anniversary of Wine Enthusiast’s annual Wine Star Awards, honoring the individuals and companies that make outstanding contributions to the wine and alcohol beverage world. Jordan Sager & Adam Sager of Kind of Wild Wines have been nominated for a Wine Star Award as Social Visionary of the Year.  The direct-to-consumer brand produces organic and vegan-certified wines crafted with small family growers in top-tier wine regions.

“We are honored to be recognized by the Wine Enthusiast editors for what we have started to build with Kind of Wild,” says Jordan Sager, Co-Founder. He continues, “We are focused on supporting organic and regenerative farming to improve soil health for a climate solution. In addition to working with like-minded producers, giving back is integral to Kind of Wild’s mission.”

They are members of 1% for the Planet, pledging to donate one percent of Kind of Wild’s annual sales to support nonprofit environmental foundations focused on climate action. “Kind of Wild was born from a desire to make a positive impact on our planet and industry as whole,” says Adam Sager, Co-Founder. “We are so grateful to be nominated for this award and to receive the recognition for developing this kinder brand focused on a new path forward.” 

The winners of all categories, as well as the honorary awards, will be announced in the magazine’s Best of Year issue November 3rd and celebrated at the annual black-tie gala in January 2023.

About Kind of Wild Wines

Kind of Wild is a certified organic and certified vegan direct-to-consumer wine brand developed by Adam Sager & Jordan Sager.  The collection of global wine discoveries is devoted to regenerating the planet by partnering solely with organic growers that work diligently to improve their soils, along with a pledge to donate 1% of revenue to nonprofits focused on climate initiatives.

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