• You do make them sound so tasty! It’s a wonderful logo – great branding. I love the fish illustration. Glad it supports a good cause.

    • That is is and I too love the logo Leora. It really cool to see the other logo that represent their other environmental endeavors.

  • I love vendors that ‘give back’. I buy from them before anyone for that very reason. 🙂

    • Me too Cheryl, I do the same when ever I can. 🙂

  • More companies are finding that it makes good business sense to contribute part of the proceeds from their sales to charitable causes. People want to do business with companies that care about the environment, poverty, disease and a host of other terrible problems. So glad to hear about this vineyard.

    • Hi Jeannette, It really si a win al around when they do, don’t you think. I agree with you. I know I will buy form an environmentally conscious company first before and any other. 🙂

  • Stewardship of the lands is a great endeavor. I like to see producers giving back to ensure we have something to enjoy in future generations.

    • I couldn’t agree with you more Jon, It is so important. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    Vineyards are wonderful, aren’t they? They are right to contribute part of their earnings to charitable causes. Am glad that this is a huge and growing trend all over the world. Chinese customers actually prefer to buy from companies that care for people and society.

    • Yes they are Catarina, It is really great to see more and more business becoming involved in the kind of endeavor. 🙂

  • There really is so much to be said for being able to feel like you’re standing behind something important when buying a product. It matters more to me all the time, so much so that I’ve given up Wal-Mart and I’ll never, ever eat at a Chick-fil-a.

    • Without question Jeri, For me it really is important when I can support a company who does something like this. It makes me feel good.

  • Julie

    I love the fact that they are environmentalists too. As you said, I am going to look for this wine for that reason.

    • Hi Julie, So do I. it helps make my decision on a purchase easier when I know about this kind of environmental support. 🙂

  • I am a native from California and visited Napa Valley often. I have never seen this winery. I will visit it my next trip back home. I am pleased to hear they are interested in the environment. The wine country is absolutely beautiful.

    • Hi Arleen, They are small boutique winery in Sonoma. They have a great history of supporting the environment. I also love that are and look forward to hearing about your visit when you do. 🙂

  • Sounds like a smart move to help the environment and they had this focus from the start is a tribute to them.

    • It really was, Susan, and as you said, one that I think they had a commitment to form the very beginning. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    Great focus on the environment. I immediately did a search to see if Steelhead is available in Ontario…unfortunately it’s not 🙁 I’ll have to put it on my list of things to try when I’m next in the U.S.

    • Hi Debra, That’s too bad, I know you’d love it. They are a small boutique winery well worth the effort of locating a bottle or tow of there offering. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    That great that they are trying to help the earth as well. That’s always a plus

    • I do agree with you Krystle. It is now what I look for when I purchase a product. 🙂

  • Ashley Faulkes

    A great story of good wine and environmental support. Who wouldn’t want to buy! Only problem is I can’t. But I am there in spirit!

    • That to bad Ashley, It’s a boutique small batch winery. If you have a chance to try it, I know you’d enjoy it. 🙂

  • Mary Slagel@Financial-Lessons

    Great history behind the wine. I love wine and having a good time but it gets even better when you can enjoy life and wine while helping a bigger cause.

    • Hi Mary, I agree. Drinking good wine is always fun. When you can add to the experience with a cause, that like it makes it all the better. 🙂

  • Ann Odle

    Have you ever tried Penfold’s wines? They’re Australian and I just dance in the aisles when I find them on sale~

    • Hi Ann, I have not. Now I must go in search of it. anything that makes you dance in the aisles makes it worthy to me. 🙂

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