Naturalis Wines Made With 100 Percent Certified Organic Grapes Support Commitment to Environmental Responsibility

Naturalis Wines

Fifth-generation winemaking family launches line with Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon

ST. HELENA, Calif., April 14, 2021Naturalis Wines – a new line of wines made from 100 percent certified organic grapes – today announced its debut with Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. These gluten-free, vegan-friendly, non-GMO wines are bottled in eco-minded lightweight glass and available nationwide for $14 SRP. This line from the fifth-generation Angove winemaking family is the latest to join the Angove Family Winemakers portfolio, imported by Trinchero Family Estates for more than 15 years.

“My family has been making wines for 135 years, and organic farming has been a critical part of our story and our leadership here in Australia for many decades,” said Richard Angove, joint managing director for Angove Family Winemakers. “Naturalis wines are the purest take on our family’s organic grape growing and winemaking, and we couldn’t be happier to expand our partnership with Trinchero Family Estates to bring them to the U.S. market.”

The Angove family has long understood that vineyards are more than the source of their grapes – they are part of a holistic, interconnected system. It is the health of the entire vineyard ecosystem that provides the best tasting grapes with the fullest flavor. At no stage does the Angove family use synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or fertilizers when growing the certified organic grapes for Naturalis. Angove Family Vineyards also supports healthy biodiversity within their vineyards. They believe the humble honeybee – a symbol prominently represented on Naturalis’ label – is vital to the local flora and fauna that thrive in their organic vineyards.

Naturalis Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon come from the Angove family’s certified organic Nanya Vineyard near Paringa, South Australia. The Nanya vineyard spans more than 700 acres of fully organic vineyards, making it one of the largest organic vineyards in the world. Naturalis’ 100 percent Sauvignon Blanc has aromas of citrus and passionfruit, with fresh apple and gooseberry flavors. Naturalis’ 100 percent Chardonnay has delicate stone fruit and subtle oak aromas that precede a palate of melon and white peach flavors. The line’s 100 percent Cabernet Sauvignon is characterized by aromas of plum and cassis, accompanied by a palate of dark cherry and chocolate flavors. All three varietals are labeled with recycled paper and packaged in recycled cardboard, furthering the brand’s commitment to environmental responsibility.

Together with Trinchero Family Estates, Angove Family Winemakers is working towards a brighter shared future with Naturalis – wines rooted in sustainability, from vineyard to glass. To learn more about Naturalis wines and their mission, please visit

About Naturalis Wines

Naturalis is a new line of gluten-free, vegan-friendly, non-GMO wines made from 100 percent certified organic grapes and bottled in eco-minded lightweight glass. The Australian collection includes Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, each 100 percent varietal-specific and crafted by the Angove family. As the leading producer of organic wines in Australia, the Angoves are committed to sustainability in both the vineyard and in their winemaking practices to ensure their legacy as environmental stewards lives on for future generations. Please visit to learn more.


Naturalis Assets

Download fact sheets here.

Download bottle shots here.

Download labels here.

Download video here.


Social Media Handles

Instagram: @naturaliswines

Facebook: @naturaliswines




Media Contact

Brittany Haning, senior public relations manager for Trinchero Family Estates

[email protected]


Trinchero Family Estates Fosters Industry-Leading Environmental Stewardship in Partnership with Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions

Napa Valley Winery Significantly Increases Sustainability Investment
as It Celebrates 75th Year

ST. HELENA, Calif., July 24, 2023 – Trinchero Family Estates, the second-largest family-owned winery and largest winery in Napa Valley, proudly announces its partnership with REC Solar/Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, further solidifying its commitment to environmental stewardship. This collaboration marks a significant milestone as Trinchero Family Estates celebrates its 75th year in Napa Valley, reinforcing its dedication to sustainability for the next generation.

Trinchero Family Estates (TFE) is making a significant investment in a series of sustainability projects,
spanning across four properties and exemplifying its proactive approach to reducing its carbon footprint. These projects – scheduled for completion by the end of this year – will include solar installations at four California wineries: Westside winery in Lodi, Main Street winery in St. Helena, Trinchero Central Coast winery in Paso Robles, and Green Island Road winery in American Canyon. Together, annual solar production across the four sites will reach 11.5 million kWh.

Green Island Road winery’s solar installation is the first to be completed and receive permission to operate; the American Canyon winery is now running on solar. With a system size of 1,244 kWdc, it features a total of 3,168 solar panels and 18 50/60kW inverters that will generate more than 2 million kWh annually. REC Solar/Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions has meticulously designed the systems at Green Island Road and TFE’s other properties to accommodate evolution and expansion; Main Street winery’s future-minded systems will come online in December with battery storage and microgrid capabilities.

These solar installations across TFE properties are projected to achieve significant solar offset percentages, contributing to a greener energy mix. For example, the anticipated solar offset at the Green Island Road site is expected to reach 95 percent, resulting in a substantial reduction in the winery’s reliance on traditional energy sources. When the outputs of all of its fuel cells and solar panels are added up, TFE will be selfgenerating 25.4 million kWh annually starting in 2024.

Kent Mann, vice president of operations for Trinchero Family Estates, emphasizes the company’s
pioneering efforts in energy efficiency and generation. “At Trinchero Family Estates, we believe in tangible results when it comes to sustainability. Our focus has always been on meaningful and measurable kWh production and the positive impact of clean energy on the environment. Our solar and fuel cell systems demonstrate our commitment to both environmental responsibility and a sustainable future,” said Mann.

This partnership with REC Solar/Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions further enhances TFE’s sustainable
practices, following a long history of environmental initiatives. As early as 2008, TFE installed rooftop solar arrays at Westside winery in Lodi, setting an industry precedent for installing solar on new construction. In 2010, TFE collaborated with Bloom Energy to install fuel cell systems at Main Street winery, making it the first in the wine industry to embrace this innovative technology. Each of TFE’s Napa properties and vineyards have also been running on 100 percent MCE-supplied renewable electricity since 2017.

Lawrence Denney, managing director for REC Solar/Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, expressed his
enthusiasm for the partnership. “We’re pleased to contribute to Trinchero Family Estates’ continued legacy of sustainability. We’ve installed these solar rooftops with the future in mind, so the systems can continue to grow with TFE’s business and ultimately provide energy storage flexibility,” said Denney.

TFE’s collaboration with Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions not only reinforces its commitment to
sustainability but also reflects its dedication to California’s winegrowing regions and communities – TFE’s home since 1948. With more than 9,000 acres of vineyards throughout Napa Valley, Sonoma, Lake, Amador, and Santa Barbara Counties, and vast Central Coast and inland valleys, TFE prioritizes
environmental responsibility. Sustainable farming practices, such as utilizing electric tractors and irrigation pumps, grazing sheep to reduce CO2 emissions, supporting bee populations for pollination, and repurposing grape waste into compost, demonstrate TFE’s holistic approach to sustainability.

The winery has set ambitious sustainability goals, including reducing its water footprint, achieving a high waste diversion rate, and reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions. By 2025, TFE aims to achieve less than 3.2 gallons of production water used per gallon of wine made and a waste diversion rate greater than 99 percent. Its long-term vision includes a 50 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2030 and ultimately reaching net-zero emissions by 2045.

TFE’s partnership with REC Solar/Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions aligns with its ongoing commitment to sustainable practices and environmental responsibility. Together, they are leading the way in creating a more sustainable and vibrant future for the wine industry and beyond.

About Trinchero Family Estates Wine & Spirits
The second-largest family-owned winery and fourth-largest overall, Trinchero Family Estates (TFE)
comprises more than 50 award-winning wine and spirits brands distributed in nearly 50 countries around the globe. Founded in 1948—when Italian immigrant Mario Trinchero brought his young family from New York City to Napa Valley and purchased an abandoned Prohibition-era winery called Sutter Home in St. Helena—Trinchero Family Estates has been an innovator for 75 years. Today, Trinchero Family Estates remains deeply rooted in Napa Valley, encompassing a broad portfolio of global offerings, including flagship brands Sutter Home Family Vineyards, Ménage à Trois and SEAGLASS Wine Company; luxury brands Trinchero Napa Valley, Napa Cellars and Neyers Vineyards; partner brands Joel Gott Wines, Charles & Charles and Bieler Père et Fils; import brands San Polo, Famiglia Cotarella, Ceretto, Tenuta Regaleali, Angove Family Winemakers, Avissi Prosecco, Echo Bay, Finca Allende and Terras Gauda; and spirits and specialty beverage brands Hanson of Sonoma Organic Vodka, Tres Agaves Organic Tequila, Tres Agaves Organic Cocktail Mixers, Amador Whiskey and Trincheri Vermouth.

Learn more at

About REC Solar/Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions

Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions is a leader in sustainable energy, helping large enterprises reduce power costs, lower emissions and increase resiliency. The team provides wind, solar, resilient backup power and managed energy services to over 1,000 projects across the U.S., with a total electric capacity of more than 5,500 megawatts of nonregulated renewable energy.

Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions is a nonregulated commercial brand of Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK), a Fortune 150 company and one of the largest energy holding companies in the U.S., headquartered in
Charlotte, N.C.

The brand includes the following subsidiaries of Duke Energy Corporation that are registered to transact business in various states and may be branded as Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions for marketing purposes: Duke Energy One, Inc.; Duke Energy Commercial Enterprises, Inc.; Duke Energy Renewables, Inc.; Duke Energy Renewables Commercial, LLC; Duke Energy Renewable Services, LLC.; Duke Energy Renewables Storage, LLC; Duke Energy Renewables Wind, LLC.; Duke Energy Renewables Solar, LLC.; and REC Solar Commercial Corporation.

Solar photos and video:


Media Contact:
Elizabeth Hooker, VP communications & consumer experience for Trinchero Family Estates
[email protected]