EARTH DAY 2018
BUY A BOTTLE, PLANT A TREE!
In partnership with Living Lands & Waters, The Dreaming Tree
will be engaging in a special promotion for Earth Day 2018!
From Sunday April 15th through Sunday April 22nd (Earth Day), Living Lands & Waters will plant one tree for every bottle of the Dreaming Tree Wines sold with a goal of planting up to, but not exceeding, 80,000 trees! Support the environment and treat yourself to a glass of The Dreaming Tree for Earth Day 2018! Shop Now
OUR SUSTAINABILITY STORY
The environment is incredibly important to us.
SUPPORTING THOSE WHO SUPPORT OUR PLANET
The Dreaming Tree has proudly donated over $1,000,000 to environmental organizations,
including The Wilderness Society and Living Lands & Waters.
The Wilderness Society is a premier conservation organization working to protect our nation’s wild lands. Since 1935, it has led the effort to permanently protect nearly 110 million acres of wilderness in Mendocino National Forest, Cherokee National Forest, and many others across the country. It has been at the forefront of nearly every major public lands victory.
Living Lands & Waters is a leading environmental organization, working to protect, preserve, and restore the natural environment of the nation’s major rivers and watersheds. Since 1998, it has grown to be the only river cleanup organization of its magnitude in the world.
SUSTAINABILITY IS GOOD BUSINESS
Our winery is a Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing winery, which is part of the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance third-party Certification Program — an effort to promote sustainable practices and ensure continual improvement throughout the region. The program is based on best management practices and prerequisites covering environmental practices and socially equitable business practices.
SOLAR ENERGY AND GREAT VIBES
Winemaking takes a lot of energy, so we set out to find a better way. And what better way than to harness the incredible power of the sun? We’re part of a solar initiative that includes 17,000 solar panels spanning four wineries — the largest solar footprint in the U.S. wine industry. Our winery is also reporting greenhouse gas emissions as part of the Carbon Disclosure Project.