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Vertical Harvest

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Impact Stories: Cultivating Self-Sufficiency in Jackson Hole

Impact Stories: Cultivating Self-Sufficiency in Jackson Hole An interview with architect Nona Yehia of Vertical Harvest by Christine Havens   Jackson Wyoming is best known for its upscale resorts and breathtaking Teton mountain backdrop. It’s a city that averages 38 feet of snowfall annually, with a short four-month growing season. A playground for skiers and […]

Impact Stories: White before Red

An Interview with Winemaker, Giuseppe Franceschini, by Christine Havens Born in Padua, Seed’s talented winemaker, Giuseppe Franceschini likes to think of himself as a gypsy. He studied enology at the University of Udine, following graduation, his wanderlust and curiosity led him to Veneto, Friuli, Sicily, Mendoza and most recently, Slovenia. From these experiences, Giuseppe absorbed […]

2014 Malbec — 92 Points James Meléndez

“A really sculpted, beautiful, gorgeous wine.” — James Meléndez   LIKE THIS? Sign up for the Seed Wine Mailing List Seed Wine is a single-vineyard, boutique Malbec from the prestigious Altamira district of Uco Valley, in Mendoza, Argentina. With each bottle of Seed Wine purchased, a child in Mendoza receives a new schoolbook, planting seeds for […]

First, You Plant the Seed by Fredric Koeppel of Bigger Than Your Head

Seed Wines was planted in Mendoza’s Altamira district by Tony Hartl and Alex Chang after a mountaineering accident gave them time to get to know the geography, the landscape and the people of one of Argentina’s most remote areas. Under the direction of winemaker Giuseppe Franceschini, the winery produces, from a vineyard more than 3,000 […]

Sowing the Seeds of the Future with #Wine by Michelle Williams of Rockin Red Blog

Imagine approaching the summit of Argentina’s Aconcagua Mountain, part of the Andes, with your best friend when oxygen is running low, your lungs are crackling and pulmonary edema is setting in. At this point retreat is the only option. A life well lived is full of retreats, stopping points, re-direction. We all experience brokenness. What […]

Stories of Inspiration: Imprint Interviews Tony Hartl

In mid-November, soon after we launched Need 3.0, Mr. Tony Hartl was kind enough to reach out to offer his support of the company and our work. As a Need customer himself, he had an outset goal of supporting local entrepreneurs, whilst also committing himself to ethical and sustainable causes in life and business. Over […]