Paso Robles: There's more than just wine in this town
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#1 Oct 25, 2009
You missed the best. Eberle Winery with 16,000 sq.ft. of caves and complimentary tastings.
#2 Oct 26, 2009
Thanks for letting us know about all these great wineries in Paso Robles. Iâve always been a fan of DâAnbino and I became even more excited about this winery when I found out that many of their 2008 releases have been SIPâ¢(Sustainability in Practice) Certified. In order to receive this certification the growers must go through a rigorous process to prove their continuing commitment to environmental stewardship, social equity, and economic vitality. The SIPâ¢ program takes into consideration energy conservation, erosion control, pest management, human resource practices, and more. Consumers should look for the SIPâ¢ certified seal on bottles; this seal signals that the wine you are drinking contains 85% or more certified fruit. Keep drinking those SIPâ¢ wines so we can hope to see even more make their debuts in the future.
For more information about SIPâ¢ certified wines check out www.sipthegoodlife.org .
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