Our passion for organic agriculture, sustainability and the general welfare of the planet extends beyond the fences of our vineyard, our region and our country. We are a small vineyard, few in number, but we do what we can to help.
Our proceeds benefit environmental organizations committed to protecting our planet, expanding national parks and wildlife refuges, reducing pollution, defending our oceans, moving beyond fossil fuels, reducing plastic consumption, and slowing climate change.
This is our mission. This is what we are about. We invite you to join our cause and enjoy a bottle of our wine. Or just drop a line. We’d love to hear from you.
The Colchagua Valley was named “World’s Best Wine Region” by Wine Enthusiast magazine. Our grapes are grown 100% organically. We use no preservatives, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or other toxicants.
We focus on sustainable agricultural methods, including reduced crop rotation, tilling, and we use well-fed drip irrigation to eliminate runoff and minimize soil erosion and water consumption.
This results in a stronger vineyard, a more robust terroir, better grapes and a healthier, superior tasting wine.
In December of 2019 St. Stephen Organic Vineyards was invited to address the United Nations Climate Change Division’s Annual Conference (COP25) in Madrid.
The conference serves as the annual formal meeting of the UNFCCC Parties to assess progress in dealing with climate change, and to establish legally binding obligations for developed countries to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and to create a general path towards positive climate action. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Environmental Activist Greta Thunberg also addressed this conference.