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Does your application need corrections?

posted: May 15, 2023

Have you heard from your inspector? If your application needs corrections, your inspector will leave comments in the database. Watch the 1-minute tutorial to see how to review your inspector’s comments.


To ensure accurate invoicing...

Update your blocks, varieties, & acres, and gallons!

Certification fees are calculated based on your certified acres and gallons. To ensure accurate invoicing, please take a few minutes to review your blocks, varieties, acres, and gallons in the database.

Not sure how? Learn how to make the updates with our 3-minute tutorial!

Do you have new team members?

As we start to gear up for winetasting season, it's a great time to be sure your staff knows what it means to be SIP Certified! Please share these Tools to Teach Your Team About Sustainability with your team so they can learn about your certification.

A brand new tool for your team

Because talking about sustainability can increase wine sales, we created a brand new tool to help your staff tell your customers about the specific things your brand does that are sustainable.

Check out the Our Sustainable Story worksheet  (print version | electronic version)! Invite your farmer to your next team meeting, complete the worksheet as a group, and walk away with 7 specific sustainable practices that you can share all summer long.

Are you ready to certify your wines?

Putting the SIP Certified logo on your bottle is the best way to ensure your product can easily be identified as sustainable by consumers when you aren't there to tell them.

When wine shoppers pick your bottle from the shelf and see the SIP Certified seal, 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.

Any wine made with at least 85% SIP Certified fruit -- estate or purchased -- can bear the SIP Certified seal. All you need to do is complete a Wine Application and send it to a Wine Inspector. The inspection is all done remotely via email exchange of chain of custody documentation.