Feast and Field is excited to head to wine country to talk about the future of the wine industry, organic wine, with Odette Estate. Situated in Napa Valley’s Stags Leap District, Odette uses state-of-the-art, ecologically friendly technology such as their living roof’s use of solar panels, underground cistern to collect rainwater, and laboratory constructed from recycled shipping containers. These are just a few details that earned Odette LEED Gold certification and contribute to their award-winning wines.
With devastating wildfires at the forefront of the industry, we look at the impact these fires have on the land as well as measures the industry has taken to maintain wine production. But what is it exactly about California’s terrain that has earned its top wine-producing status? Find out below.
Plus, if you’re planning a trip to Napa Valley anytime soon, we give you the best places to experience the area’s beautiful agritourism destinations.
Odette Estate Winery sets the bar at organic farming, sustainable winemaking and LEED certification.
The top-producing wine state in America has a story to tell — see how climate, topography, elevation and sustainability make an impact.
California saw a particularly destructive wildfire season in 2020, with estimated damages expected to total $3.7 billion. But, there’s some good news.
Don’t miss the eco-conscious luxury resort with a certified organic culinary garden where guests can help plant herbs!