Sustainability in Practice
Sustainability in Practice (SIP) is a certification for vineyards, wines, and, wineries. This certification is used as an extension of what's required for USDA Organic. It adds additional regulation against the use of high-risk pesticides. Companies certified with SIP are audited annually. The annual process randomly selects and tests 20% of the applied wines. The wine must consist of at least 85% SIP Certified fruit for the label to be allowed. If you'd like to review SIP's "Prohibited Materials List", that's available below.
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