May 13, 2013 11:09 AM
Decanter magazine reports on the winery's decision to move to voluntary ingredient labeling.
"California's Ridge Vineyards has thrown its weight behind full disclosure of ingredients on wine labels, beginning with its 2011 vintage.
From its 2011 vintage onwards, Ridge Vineyards, which refers to its winemaking approach as 'pre-industrial', is adding to labels a list of ingredients it uses, such as sustainably grown grapes, calcium carbonate, indigenous yeasts and minimum effective SO2."
To read full article at Decanter.com, click here.