Complimentary Wine Tastings All Month Long: Enjoy Sustainable Wines This ReSIProcal February
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Complimentary Wine Tastings All Month Long: Enjoy Sustainable Wines This ReSIProcal February

posted: February 1, 2024

This February, wine club members of nearly 30 wine brands across four California counties and Michigan State can claim two complimentary tastings at any other participating club’s tasting room. Why? Because these tasting rooms have joined ReSIProcal February!

Participating tasting rooms’ wines are made with SIP Certified® sustainable grapes, cultivated by sustainable farming practices that show care for the people and the planet. ReSIProcal February is a way to connect these like-minded brands and spread awareness of their good work.

During the entire month, members of participating clubs can visit Baileyana Winery, Cambria Winery, Castoro Cellars, Niner Wine Estates, Vina Robles, Foxen Vineyard, McIntyre Tasting Studio, Shady Lane Cellars, and many others.

Wondering if you’re a member of a participating wine club and can claim these complimentary tastings? Visit the ReSIProcal February event page at to see a list of all participating brands.

Tasters have an opportunity to win a gift from SIP Certified at the end of the month! When they take a picture of a SIP Certified logo at a tasting location, post it to social media, and tag their tasting location and @sipcertified, they will be entered into a random drawing. The winner will be announced and contacted Monday, March 4, 2024.


About SIP Certified

Sustainability in Practice (SIP) Certified® is a sustainable certification program for winegrowers and winemakers. The program evolved from the award-winning self-assessment (Positive Points System) developed by Vineyard Team which helped growers evaluate their sustainable practices on every level, from habitat to water, soil to human resources.

Today, over 46,000 vineyard acres in California, Oregon, and Michigan; five wineries; and more than 60.3 million bottles of wine have been SIP Certified. Consumers around the world can now find a wide array of sustainably produced wines to fit their needs, budgets, and stylistic preferences.