Peltier winery: in the heart of Lodi
Peltier winery in the beautiful California wine making region of the United States of America is known not only for its excellent quality wines but also for its extraordinary sustainable farming methods. The Peltier winery expands for over 1000 acres of land, which are all, farmed sustainably according to the Lodi Rules.
The rules are a third-party certified programme created specifically for the Lodi Appellation by a group of scientists, wine growers, biologists and farming advisors. These stringent rules govern all farming practices on the farm, which has been passed through various generations of wine growers.
The philosophy of Peltier winery is to care for the land, air, water, habitat and the workers of the land with a long-term vision on farming for the future
Working in respect of nature
The sustainable practices which are followed on the farm include the use of owl boxes for pest control, covering crops to promote soil health and to prevent erosion, water conservation through drip irrigation, protection of endangered species, the continuous training of staff in sustainable farming methods, efficient energy use, the use of solar panels to provide natural energy, composting by reusing grape skins and stems and worm farming.
Discover the world known wines
The most popular wines produced at Peltier are the 2015 Diamond Petit Syrah, the 2015 Diamond Zinfandel, the 2018 Diamond Vermentino, the 2017 Schatz Family Reserve Chardonnay and the 2016 The Gala Sparking Wine. The estate also produces a range of popular dessert, rose and sparkling wines. More recently Peltier has also started to produce its own range of chocolates, which are perfectly paired with their wines.