In a valley approximately 30 miles long and five miles wide, there are now nearly 500 wineries. The majority of them are small and family-owned and more than one-quarter are certified Napa Green.
More than 55 percent (over 24,000 acres) of Napa Valley’s vineyard acreage is certified Napa Green Land. More than 65 percent of Napa Valley Vintners’ members are participating in either or both the Napa Green Certified Land and Napa Green Certified Winery programs, and more than 40 wineries have comprehensive Soil-to-Bottle certification in both. Napa Valley’s vintners are committed to caring for the land and its resources so the next generation can continue the winemaking tradition.
As you visit and taste your way through the Napa Valley, you will experience world-class hospitality and wines in one of the most environmentally progressive wine regions in the world.
Many of the Napa Valley's most iconic wineries pride themselves not only on having exceptional winemakers and grape growers, but on being sustainability leaders. From soil to bottle, Napa Green Certified vintners make a long series of thoughtful decisions that steward the land and conserve resources – all while producing extraordinary wines.
A glass of Napa Green wine reflects the people, energy, climate and ecology of the Napa Valley. From the cover crops that keep the rich soils in the vineyard and out of the waterways to the winery “Green Teams” that drive energy and water savings and cut waste, each glass of Napa Green wine represents the commitment to making exceptional, high-quality wines using rigorous land stewardship and sustainable winemaking standards.