Can drinking our Wine help the planet? Yes
Pearson Brothers Private Reserve Saccharo began production on a 63 acre private location known as Rancho Agua Dulce in the foothills of San Diego CA. Because of our new style of wine making, we were able to avoid stripping the land of its natural flora and fauna to plant vineyards.
The Saccharo winemaking process also creates a new level of water conservation in a drought stricken California. The traditional grape-based winemaking process can use over 430 gallons of water to make just 1 gallon of wine. The Saccharo winemaking process only uses is one gallon of water for every gallon of Saccharo produced
Honey as we know is a byproduct of agriculture. Pollen from the already watered flowers is converted to honey by our little bee friends and we use large amonts of it when we make our Saccharo.
At Pearson Brothers Winery, were not into doing the same old thing. We strive to do things differently, better, and something that’s truly sustainable. We invite you to try a bottle and experience a glass of Pearson Brothers Private Reserve Saccharo for yourself.