• Beyond Organic

    Wooldridge Creek Winery owners feed the land that feeds them
  • "Sustainable," that busiest of buzzwords, is taking on new meanings almost daily and — in the world of wine — is coming to mean not just organic, but wine that's made by people who view themselves and their wineries as part of a community and a global whole.
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  • "Sustainable," that busiest of buzzwords, is taking on new meanings almost daily and — in the world of wine — is coming to mean not just organic, but wine that's made by people who view themselves and their wineries as part of a community and a global whole.
    One champion of sustainable winemaking is Kara Olmo of Wooldridge Creek Winery in the Applegate, who defines sustainability as a way of life where "you do no harm, you create a business environment that attracts a long-term work force and you become profitable, so you can share proceeds with the surrounding community."
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