A landmark soil study from Bonterra Vineyards that proves the climate benefits of organic and biodynamic farming, and a new UK gin made from surplus table grapes, mean these wines and spirit help you “drink responsibly.”
Bonterra Organic Vineyards, the US’ leading organically farmed wine, has completed a landmark soil study highlighting the benefits of organic and Biodynamic® farming on soil health. Conducted by Pacific Agroecology on behalf of Bonterra, the study analyzed all of the roughly 1,000 acres of Bonterra’s Mendocino County vineyards, with results showing that Biodynamic sites hold the most soil organic carbon (SOC), followed closely by organic sites; both are superior in storing carbon to conventional farming.
The soil study is the first research step in Bonterra’s long-term commitment to understand, practice and promote the important topic of soil-carbon stewardship, and is in keeping with Bonterra’s mission to champion regenerative agriculture as an important element in the global effort to address climate change.
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