17 states and counting :) via FedEx
California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, llinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington DC
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Any adult 21+ can sign for your package. We highly recommend shipping to a work address or address where someone will be able to sign for it (i.e. a doorman). If you're getting a FedEx Delivery - you can always contact them the day of delivery to get a better idea of the time frame. 1-800-463-3339.
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It means we don't use herbicides or pesticides in farming. We trim weeds by releasing llamas and sheep into the vineyard. Instead of buying compost, we make our own by fermenting waste produced at the farm. Not only is organic farming better for the land, but it also reduces wine's carbon emissions.
Fermentation is the process in which a bigger substance is broken down into a smaller substance. For example, in wine, yeast breaks down the sugar found in grapes which converts it into alcohol. Our latest wines use indigenous yeast, which means the yeast is native to the vineyard and more acquainted with the grapes. Using indigenous yeast prolongs the fermentation process resulting in more complex flavors.
Once a bottle is uncorked a bottle of wine, oxygen gets in and begins to oxidize the wine, making it undrinkable in a matter of days. Our airtight spout prevents oxygen from getting into the packaging, meaning you have 30 days to sip your wine after opening - if you need it ;).
Today, only 30% of glass bottles are recycled. Glass is one of the most significant contributors to wine's carbon footprint. Switching to pouches reduces wine's carbon footprint by 80%, which is better for the climate and lowers waste production. Read what others say.
During the fining process (when sediments are removed), traditionally the following products are used - casein (a milk protein), albumin (egg whites), gelatin (animal protein) and isinglass (fish bladder protein).
Our wines are filtered with clay. 🙌
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