- Five U.S. wineries receive an inaugural Robert Parker Green Emblem
- Robert Parker Wine Advocate launches new organic and biodynamic wine search filters
Greenville, S.C., July 9, 2021 — Robert Parker Wine Advocate unveiled two new search filters on RobertParker.com to highlight wines that are certified organic and/or certified biodynamic. The new Robert Parker Green Emblem recognizes wineries that have demonstrated extraordinary efforts in the pursuit of environmentally friendly practices.
“We are aware of the increased consumer desire for easier access to responsible and environmentally committed viticulture,” said Nicolas Achard, chief executive officer of Robert Parker Wine Advocate. “We shared these concerns among the Robert Parker Wine Advocate team and developed the Robert Parker Green Emblem to highlight the vineyards that combine richness of taste and sustainability.”
The inaugural Robert Parker Green Emblem recognizes 24 wines representing eight countries and five continents.
The following U.S. wineries were honored:
- The Eyrie Vineyards
- Horsepower Vineyards
- Littorai Wines
- Ridge Vineyards
- Spottswoode Estate
Visit RobertParker.com to view the new sustainable filters and a complete list of Robert Parker Green Emblem recipients.
About Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Robert Parker Wine Advocate is the world’s premier independent wine buyer's website with a database of more than 450,000 tasting notes, scores and reviews from professional critics around-the-world. For over 40 years, Robert Parker Wine Advocate (a part of the MICHELIN Group of companies) has been the global leader and independent consumer’s guide to fine wine with its 100-point rating system and in-depth coverage of major wine regions.