Yep, Patagonia is an outdoor clothing company. But through our experience sourcing agricultural products—cotton, wool, hemp—for our gear, we’ve learned about the impacts food production can have on our planet. The main lesson? That if we’re going to save our home planet, we need to fix the broken food chain.
Responsibly made natural wines deliver intense, place-specific flavors, while also protecting those places. Here’s Wine 101, Provisions-style.
Guzzling so-so beer made from industrially grown ingredients only contributes to the environmental crisis. We’d rather drink good craft beer that helps protect topsoil and draw down carbon.
What is Regenerative Agriculture?
Industrial agriculture generates about a quarter of the world’s planet-warming greenhouse gases (like carbon dioxide) and depletes natural resources. Regenerative ag does the exact opposite: It draws down carbon and restores our soils and oceans.
What is Natural Wine?
Learn the basics about this style of wine, produced using restorative farming and low-intervention fermentation. Drinking wine made this way means you’re tasting unusually lively, region-specific flavors.