It’s the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day coming right up, and we’re celebrating in all the earth-friendly ways we know how, from reducing the weight of our bottle glass, cutting back on pesticides, using beneficial cover crops and recycling our corks. Plus, there are other ways we are getting “Down to Earth” this Spring Passport weekend:
On Saturday, Diane Love from Love Morsels will be sampling and selling her wonderful love bites, the most delectable fruit cake morsels from her grandmother’s sinfully moist and tasty recipe.
The Homeless Garden Project will be sampling and selling some of their signature and organic projects, so be sure to support them both in their efforts to make the world a more Down to Earth, friendly and delicious place!
We also have “Summit Store Wine Survival Kits,” wonderful pre-packaged treats made by our friends at the Summit Store. These protein-packed boxes will help you brave a long day of wine exploring in the mountains. They’re only $15, and include a snacker’s smorgasbord of artisan cheeses, gourmet olives, Marcona almonds, chocolate covered cashews, rosemary croccantini and Asian pear.
Come enjoy our Earth-friendly wines, and enjoy a picnic overlooking the vines at full Spring song.