Member Resources

A list of tools and resources to assist participants through the different stages of the certification process. From considering enrollment to recommendations on how to share your certification with various audiences, these resources provide valuable supplemental information.

Branding

Communications Kit

comm_kit.pdf

Napa Green Fast Facts

FastFacts.pdf

How to Use the Napa Green Logos

ng_logo_guidelines.pdf

Napa Green Logo

Soil To Bottle Image

Labeling Guidelines

ng_label_guidelines.pdf

Vineyard Labeling Application

Vineyard_label_application.pdf

Winery Labeling Application

winery_label_application.pdf

Certified Vineyard Logo

To use the new Napa Green Certified Vineyard mark in general communications and marketing materials you must have vineyards that have moved far enough in the certification process to submit a draft Action Plan.

To use the new Napa Green Certified Vineyard mark on your LABELS you must submit an application validating that the wine is made from 85% or more Napa Valley AVA grapes grown on certified vineyard properties.

Applicant may authorize third-party producers that produce wine made from grapes grown on Applicant’s certified vineyard property to apply to Napa Green for permission to use the NGCV Certification Mark on and in association with such wine.

Certified Land Logo

The Napa Green Land program is being replaced by the new, cutting edge Napa Green Vineyard certification at the end of 2021. Growers that want to continue to have Napa Green recognition for their vineyards will need to enroll in the new program by the end of 2021 and will have at least a year to transition to meeting the new requirements.

For those who have been approved to use the Napa Green Land logo on wine labels, this logo should not be used on labels after the 2020 vintage. 

Reach out to Anna Brittain to learn more about how this will affect your vineyard.

Certified Winery Logo

To use the Napa Green Certified Winery mark in general communications and marketing materials you must represent a certified Napa Green Winery.

To use the new Napa Green Certified Winery mark on your LABELS you must submit an application validating that the wine is made from 85% or more Napa Valley AVA grapes and produced 100% in the Applicant’s certified production facilities. Wine that was processed at another facility, not certified Napa Green, would not qualify to use this mark.

As a certified vintner, you may authorize third-party producers which produce wine at your certified production facility to apply to Napa Green for permission to use the NGCW Certification Mark on and in association with that wine.

VINEYARD certification

RWQCB WDR Requirements

waterboards.ca.gov

Carbon Farm Planning

naparcd.org/carbon-farm-plans/

NRCS Financial Assistance

www.nrcs.usda.gov

Irrigation Techniques

napagreen.org

Carbon Farming Workshop

good for the soil & the planet.pdf

Carbon Farming Workshop

soil health & carbon farming.pdf

Carbon Farming Workshop

tools in soil building.pdf

Carbon Farming Workshop

digging into soil health.pdf

Conservation Burning

conservation burning - the technique.pdf

Biochar Trial

monterey pacific vineyard management biochar trial.pdf

Pacific Biochar

pacificbiochar.com

Napa Wildlife Resuce

napawildlife rescue.org

Barn Owl Maintenance Program

napawildlife rescue.org/bomp

Winery Certification

Installing Water Flow Meters

winery_water_meters.pdf

Water Management Handbook

sustainable winegrowing.org

Solar Installation Considerations

solar_considerations.pdf

Napa County Energy Landscape

energy_landscape.pdf

Purchasing Policy Template

epp_policy template.docx

Shipping Recommendations

shipping_ recommendations .pdf

Adaptable Sustainability Commitment

sustainability commitment.pdf

Free bins and signage

Upper Vally Disposal Service

Free bins and signage

Napa Recycling & Waste Services

Workshop & Seminar Recordings

Sustainable Winegrowing toolbox

Ranch Systems

ranchsystems.com

Tule Technologies

tuletechnologies.com

Pacific Biochar

pacificbiochar.com

BigBelly Solar

bigbelly.com

BioFiltro

biofiltro.com

Additional Resources

CSWA Resources

sustainable winegrowing.org

Vineyard Team Library

vineyardteam.org

Vineyard Team Podcast

Sustainable Winegrowing