Happy plants = happy people. That’s part of the philosophy behind Farmhouse wines from Cline Family Cellars in Sonoma, California.
Owners Fred and Nancy Cline are all about sustainable farming. They use the Green String method, developed by Fred and Bobby Cannard, who practice what they call “natural process agriculture” with as little human intervention as possible. No herbicides are used here, instead hundreds of sheep and goats remove weeds while insects control pests.
The wines come in a red and a white blend, and retail for under $15. Although I tend to prefer white wine, I particularly loved the red.