Cuvaison Estate Wines is proud to be certified by Napa Green Land and Napa Green Winery.
What is Napa Green?
Napa Green is the wine industry's most comprehensive, "best practices" program for land-use and wine production. This voluntary program is focused on independently certified, environmentally sound farming and production methods that meet and exceed more than twenty local, state and federal "best practices." Napa Valley vintners and growers develop farm-specific plans tailored to protect and enhance the ecological quality of the region, or create production facility programs that reduce energy and water use, waste and pollution. The Napa Green programs are open to all Napa County vintners and grape growers.
Napa County vintners participate in programs focused on winery operations and/or farming practices tailored specifically to each property to meet and exceed environmental compliance and continue to protect and enhance the ecological quality of the region.
"I’ve been at this for 30 years and this is the best, most well-thought-out program I’ve ever seen.”
– Yvon Chouinard, Environmentalist and Founder of Patagonia®
Napa Green Certified Land
The Napa Green Certified Land program is a third-party certified, voluntary program for Napa County vintners and grape growers that seeks to restore, protect and enhance the regional watershed. The program includes not only farmed or vineyard land, but also non-farmed and wild land, roadways, stream banks, drainages, and more within a specific property.
Read more about Napa Green Land here.
Napa Green Certified Winery
Founded in 2008, Napa Green Certified Winery was developed by the Napa Valley Vintners in coordination with the Napa County Department of Environmental Management (DEM) and is based on the Association of Bay Area Government’s (ABAG) Green Business Program as a model due to its being a consistent, credible and recognized program with a long track record.
Read more about Napa Green Winery here.