The Slow Wine USA 2022 guide is now available, chronicling sustainable winemaking in the United States

The Slow Wine Guide offers a unique insight into a year in the life of the vineyards and wines of UNITED STATES

NEW YORK, April 19, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Renowned Italian wine organization, Slow Wine, announces the release of Slow Wine 2022 UNITED STATES Guide, now available for presale on Slow Food the United States website, where all proceeds support Slow Wine, and on Amazon.

Written by America’s national editor and esteemed wine educator, Deborah Parker Wangand her team of field coordinators, as well as the supervision and support of the editor-in-chief of Slow Wine Giancarlo Gariglio2022 USA guide features 275 wineries across California, New York, Oregon and Washington. As the only eco-curated guide to American wineries, it examines the people and stories behind wines and vineyards to help consumers make more conscious choices.

“Navigating the sustainability landscape has become daunting for wine consumers. The Slow Wine Guide UNITED STATES serves as a roadmap, celebrating transparent agriculture and advocating for wineries that live up to our good, clean and fair ethos,” says Deborah Parker Wang. The American Slow Wine community continues to grow, and at a time when climate change has become more evident and more threatening to winemakers and grape growers, the guide allows for transparent and up-to-date reporting on what is happening. in American vineyards and cellars.

“Eco-conservation is at the heart of everything Slow Wine UNITED STATES fact – driving consumers to wines from big and small brands who choose not to use herbicides in their vineyards. For consumers who want to drink clean and green, the Slow Wine Guide offers in-depth wine information written by a who’s who of wine writers in the United States,” says Pamela Strayereditor of the American guide.

In a further commitment to sustainable agriculture, Slow Wine partner wineries have signed a manifesto created by the Slow Wine Coalition, a united global network of wine industry members dedicated to supporting a wine revolution focused on on environmental sustainability, land protection and rural, social and cultural growth. And for the first time this year, the Coalition met in Bologna, Italyat the end of February during the Slow Wine Fair for four days of conferences and tastings.

The 2022 Slow Wine Guide UNITED STATES is available for pre-order on the Slow Food website where wineries listed in the 2022 Guide get a discount for purchases of six or more, and Amazon for $25.00.

About slow wine
The Slow Wine Guide rates over 2,000 Italian wineries and several hundred US wineries, including a small selection of Slovenia – and treat everyone with the utmost respect and care. Since its beginnings in Italy Twelve years ago, Slow Wine associated its tasting sessions with equally important moments of exchanges and debates with the producers. Direct contact with winegrowers and winegrowers makes it possible to have an authentic, transparent and always up-to-date report on what is happening in their vineyards and cellars. Slow Wine selects vineyards that respect and reflect their local terroir and practice sustainable methods that benefit the environment. All wines featured in the US guide are 100% free of chemical herbicides and, for the first time ever, all wineries that receive the snail, the official seal of Slow Wine, are 100% free of chemical herbicides, a quality that the Slow Wine Guide continues to passionately support.

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