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Hall Wine Wins Sustainable Wine Growing Award of Excellence

By Hayley Hamilton Cogill |

Kathryn and Craig Hall  are not only stellar Napa Valley wine producers, but also great Texans, and they have taken their respect for the land and their grapes to the next level in their vineyards by creating a winery that was the first winery in the state to receive the gold certification in the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System™.  Their commitment was further noted by earning Organic Certification from California Certified Organic Farmers. 

On October 8 at the Fort Worth Club Hall Winery will receive the International Award of Excellent in Sustainable Winegrowing from The Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) at the institutes annual Fete du Vin wine dinner and auction.  BRIT’s focus is to encourage conservation, sustainability and wise stewardship of the land, all of which Hall Wine embraces in its core principles of respect for the land melding with visionary techniques to create incredible Bordeaux style California wine.  Congrats to the Hall Wine on this well deserved recognition.

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