This Winery Plants a Tree for Every Bottle of Wine Sold

You buy wine, Trinity Oaks plants a tree

If you’re looking for a way to make a difference this Earth Day, we say, "Sip."

That’s right. Trinity Oaks, a California winery, in an effort to help green our planet, plants a tree for each bottle of Trinity Oak wine sold. It’s that simple.

Since July 2008, they’ve sold and planted more than 6 million bottles and trees.

Trinity Oaks produces chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, merlot, and sauvignon blanc. All wines retail for $9 a bottle.

The winery has been environmentally-minded for decades — recycling and using sustainable production methods. They have been recognized by the state and Napa Valley for their efforts.

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