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San Francisco Bay Area Green Business Program Certifies J Vineyards + Winery as “Green Winery”

San Francisco Bay Area Green Business Program has awarded a “Green Winery” certificate to J Vineyards & Winery, a privately-owned wine producer.

At an official function on 2nd February that was attended by Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, the winery was commended for its effort to preserve the environment and was awarded the certification. PG&E also certified the winery last month for its “carbon neutral” energy usage.

J Vineyards & Winery was founded by Judy Jordan in the year 1986 and has been producing wines from its estates in the Russian River Valley. The sparkling wines produced by the winery are widely acclaimed. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir varietal wines were also included into the company’s production portfolio.

Judy Jordan, Founder and President of J Vineyards & Winery, said the winery followed sustainable business practices in response to its consumers’ demands for responsibility to the environment.

Created by a partnership of utilities and government agencies, the San Francisco Bay Area Green Business Program helps local businesses to abide with environmental regulations. Businesses are encouraged to reduce their carbon footprint, conserve energy, minimize waste and prevent pollution through this process.


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