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Vertical Harvest

Category: Journal

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 […]

Impact Stories: The Shape of Gratitude

 An Interview with Seed Founder, Tony Hartl by Christine Havens  Tony Hartl’s enthusiasm is infectious, and he’s a bit of a dynamo. In 1995 he founded Planet Tan. By 2008 the franchise blossomed to over 17 locations with 160 employees and average sales of $1 million dollars at each location. That same year, he sold […]

Meet our Chief Wine Whisperer

Every bottle of Seed Wine starts with master winemaker Giuseppe Franceschini’s distinctive award-winning touch. With Seed, he has the opportunity to oversee every step of the winemaking process, from the growing of the finest Malbec grapes in the world, through harvest, crush, aging, and bottling. The results are exquisite. “Great wine is the perfect link […]

2015 in Bottle

Our master winemaker and chief wine-whisperer, Giuseppe Franceschini has just overseen the bottling of our Malbec and Cab-Malbec “Red Wine” blend. They will let it rest in preparation for dressing and shipment to us in December, for holiday delivery. We will be offering pre-orders soon for our members. “2015 was a generally cooler year in Mendoza, characterized in the ripening […]

Impact Stories: Living Mindfully

An Interview with Michael Radparvar of Holstee by Christine Havens   When Tony happened across the now-famous Holstee manifesto, like many entrepreneurs, he was inspired. On a whim, he invited Holstee co-founder, Michael Radparvar to lunch while on a business trip in Brooklyn, and the two became fast friends. Eventually Tony introduced Michael to Seed’s […]

Impact Stories: Riding Forward

An interview with Ultra-Endurance Cyclist Jay Petervary by Christine Havens “The temperature dropped down to -40°, that’s the lowest value my thermometer registers. I was sleep deprived, dehydrated, and going into hallucinations. I’m pretty sure I’d gone into a blackout mode…” -Jay Petervary Ultra-Endurance Cycling or Extreme-Distance Cycling is a timed race covering distances of […]

New Year’s 2016 Charity Contest

In this season of giving, we want to give even more to those that deserve it. We will donate a case of Seed Wine to a worthy charity to auction off and raise money for their case. That’s where you can help. Suggest a charity by posting their URL on our Facebook page, and let […]

Cycling The Way of St. James

The Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago) was one of the most important Christian pilgrimage routes in the Middle Ages. Legend holds that St. James’s remains were carried by boat from Jerusalem to northern Spain to what is now the city of Santiago de Compostela. Like medieval pilgrims, we start our trip in Pampalona […]

A quote from Cynthia Occelli

For a seed to achieve its greatest expression it must come pletely undone. The shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. To someone who doesn’t understand growth, it would look like complete destruction. -Cynthia Occelli ‪#‎wine‬, ‪#‎luxury‬, ‪#‎teddyroosevelt‬, ‪#‎seedwine‬, ‪#‎Cynthiaoccelli‬