Wine Review Online writer Marguerite Thomas selects Mendocino Wine Company--"one of California’s most innovative, dedicated and eco-friendly wine producers"--as her winery of the year.
Wine Review Online's article continues: "The number of ways the Mendocino Wine Company has gone green include sourcing grapes from family farms, emphasizing renewable energy by the use of biodiesel vegetable oil-based fuel in their tractors and cars, and using solar power to supply 25% of their energy needs."
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Mother Nature Network lists Parducci as one of only seven carbon-neutral wineries around the world, in a recent article.
Mother Nature Network writes: "Parducci Wine Cellars was heralded as the first winery in the United States to be declared carbon neutral by California's Climate Action Registry back in 2007, and they are still a world leader in sustainable winemaking."
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Culinary Food & Wine Matching.com gives Parducci's Petite Sirah a great write-up, describing the wine as "exuding a sweet blueberry concentration spiked with pepper, and a dense, full, round, fleshy, purple robed body wrapped in moderate tannin and understated oak."
Culinary Food & Wine Matching.com also praises Mendocino Wine Company: “The current owners have not only turned this venerable old winery into the greenest in California … they have revived the brand in the area it counts the most: totally fresh, delicious wines, like this unbelievably well priced petite sirah.”
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