Castoro Cellars Winery Gets 63.6 Acres Closer To Their Goal

An Additional 63.6 Acres of CCOF Certification Added to Castoro Cellars Estate
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Double Black Vineyard Sign
Double Black Vineyard Sign
PASO ROBLES, Calif. - April 16, 2018 - PRLog -- Owners Niels and Bimmer Udsen founded Castoro Cellars in 1983 with a dream to produce high quality Paso Robles wine that best represents its terroir. Castoro Cellars not only has the goal to produce amazing wine, but to do so in a sustainable way, beginning in the vineyard.

Already having multiple CCOF (California Certified Organic Farmers) certified vineyards, Castoro Cellars Winery has just certified 63.6 acres of its Double Black Vineyard in the Paso Robles Estrella District.

All vineyards farmed by Castoro Cellars Winery are either CCOF certified or "transitional organic". From the time a vineyard begins to be farmed organically to the time it becomes certified, the vineyard is known to be in transition. It takes three years of organic farming to become CCOF certified. Castoro Cellars is moving forward to have all its vineyards be 100% CCOF certified.

Castoro Cellars Winery incorporates environmental responsibility, social equity and economic viability in all aspects of the winemaking process to ensure that future generations will be able to enjoy the fruits of the land as we enjoy them today.

For more information about this topic, please call (805) 467-2002 Ext. 26, or email Robert Cole.

Visit Castoro Cellars tasting room located at 1315 North Bethel Road, Templeton, CA 93465 or the Castoro Cellars website.

Source:Castoro Cellars Winery
Tags:Organic Farming, Wineries, California Wine, Social Equity, Economic Viability, Environmental Responsibility, Vineyard, Wine
Industry:Agriculture, Environment, Food
Location:Paso Robles - California - United States
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