The Wine Wrangler Celebrates Earth Day Everyday!

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Earth Day was first celebrated in April of 1970 and raised awareness about Earth's vulnerability while establishing a collective interest in protecting our planet and conserving our natural resources. Initially, the concerns about saving our planet were dismissed, but over the last 40 years, things have changed. Now, we've collectively realized that environmental responsibility is everyone's responsibility.

At the Wine Wrangler, we're committed to doing our part to protect the planet and cut down of greenhouse gas emissions while promoting locally owned and small family wineries in the Paso Robles region. Our popular Level 2 Wine Adventure Tour not only cuts down on gas usage by giving you a chance to tour with 4 to 6 other wine lovers, but since it's a social tour, you'll meet new people and learn about our local area. We include lunch (vegetarian option available) and you'll get to enjoy it perched among the vineyards enjoying our planet the best way possible--outdoors in the fresh air and sunshine.

Earth Day may only come once a year, but you can exercise environmental responsibility all year long. Here are our suggestions on how you can make a difference:
  • Reuse and Recycle: Reduce your carbon footprint by reusing and recycling whenever possible. Follow us on Pinterest and check out our suggestions for putting your old wine corks and empty bottles to good use with a few creative and unique DIY projects.
  • Conserve Water: This year in California we're facing one of the driest years on record, so water conservation is really important to our state. That's why Lady Gaga offered to make a PSA to encourage water conservation. We'd like to offer another suggestion for conserving water--drink more wine! If you'd like to join us, why not check out our Paso Robles Wine Club and sign up for a shipment or two.
 Ready to do your part to help the planet? Then email us and we'll set up a tour that fits your specific interests and schedule, or visit our website to book a tour now.

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