New Organic Wine Label Launched In Southern Oregon

From Sustainable Business Oregon:

Two southern Oregon winemakers have teamed up to to launch a new organic wine label, called Sullivan/Steele.

Rogue wine country\’s sole certified-biodynamic winery, Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden, and Upper Five Vineyard, the region\’s only certified-organic winery partnered on a limited production of 2010 Sauvignon Blanc. Only 144 cases of the Sulivan/Steele wine, named for Terry Sullivan of Upper Five and Bill and Barabara Steele of Cowhorn, will be released.

The organic grapes, grown in Upper Five\’s vineyard on the slopes above Talent, were put through their natural fermentation paces at Cowhorn\’s Applegate Valley winery.

\”Sullivan/Steele is just one example of how organic farmers can cooperatively bring better local food and wine to our community,\” said Barbara Steele, owner of Cowhorn in a press release. “Our first Sauvignon Blanc is proof that cooperation among commercial organic farmers can produce excellent results both in the glass and on the bottom line.”


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