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One Winery, One Bottle, One Tree

Apr 18, 2012
One Winery, One Bottle, One Tree
You buy wine, Trinity Oaks plants a tree

trinityoakswinelabelIf you’re looking for a way to make a difference this Earth Day (April 22), we at Bottlenotes say, “Sip.”

That’s right. Trinity Oaks, a California winery, in an effort to help green our planet, plants a tree for each bottle of Trinity Oak wine sold. It’s that simple.

Since July 2008, they’ve sold and planted more than 6 million bottles/trees.

Trinity Oaks produces chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, merlot and sauvignon blanc. All wines retail for $9 a bottle.

The winery has been environmentally-minded for decades-- recycling and using sustainable production methods. They have been recognized by the state and Napa Valley for their efforts.

What are you doing for the planet this earth day? Tell us below.


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