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Do you know your inspection type?

April 17


Do you know your inspection type?

SIP Certified inspections run on a 3-year cycle:

  • Cycle 1: Full Documentation + Onsite
  • Cycle 2: Short Documentation, or Documentation + Onsite
  • Cycle 3: Short Documentation, or Documentation + Onsite

Not sure what you have this year? Watch our 2-minute tutorial: Find Your Inspection Type.

Reminder: Inspections are due by July 15th! Click here to learn how to schedule your inspection.

Ready to certify your wines?

If you're going through the process to certify your vineyard, you may wonder why you should take the time to add the logo to the label and certify your wines. The answer is simple: consumers seek easy ways to find and identify sustainable wines.

When wine shoppers pick your bottle from the shelf and see the SIP Certified logo, they can feel good knowing that they are supporting a system of winegrowing that is done with conscious care for the people and the planet.

Visit our Get Certified: Wine page to read more about wine certification, and email to get started.

10% Discount at Baker Wine & Grape Analysis

Baker Wine & Grape Analysis salutes you for your dedication to SIP Certified and is pleased to offer SIP Certified Vineyards and Wineries a 10% discount on all analyses. If you are a current BWGA customer simply let them know and they will update your account.

If you are interested in working with them, check out to learn more, review pricing, and set up an account.

Our Podcast: Sustainable Winegrowing with Vineyard Team

In the time it takes to drive from one vineyard to another, you can listen to in-depth technical information on topics like integrated pest management, fruit quality, water conservation, and nutrient management.

The Sustainable Winegrowing podcast brings you the latest science and research in the wine industry from the world's top experts and experienced growers.

  1. Search for Sustainable Winegrowing on your podcast player.
  2. Click "subscribe" so you never miss an episode.
  3. Use your new knowledge to make smarter, sustainable vineyard management decisions to increase efficiency, conserve resources, and maximize product quality.