Napa Valley Wineries Powered by Solar Energy

POSTED ON July 5, 2008 | IN Green Winery | BY joe

It makes sense for wineries to consider a solar energy system to power their wineries. Most wineries have the two requirements needed for this system. They have plenty of sunshine and enough surface area to set up the number of panels needed. When you are in the valley, you are likely to see wineries with solar panels mounted on roofs, on the ground, and even a few in irrigation ponds on pontoons.

With government incentives, why wouldn’t a winery go solar? As one vintner boasted to us, “I love seeing that PG&E meter running in the opposite direction.”

Wineries with Solar energy systems in Napa Valley

Solar Energy System – Robert Sinskey Vineyards

Here is our list of Napa Valley and Carneros wineries using solar energy.

• Ballentine Vineyards
• Casa Nuestra
• Chateau Montelena
• Cline Cellars – Carneros
• Cuvaison Estate Wines
• Domaine Carneros – Carneros
• Far Niente Winery
• Flora Springs Winery
• Frog’s Leap Winery
• Grgich Hills Estate
• Hagafen Cellars
• Havens Wine Cellars
• Honig Vineyards and Winery
• Larkmead Vineyards
• Long Meadow Ranch Winery
• Robert Keenan Winery
• Merryvale Vineyards
• Paloma Winery
• Peju Province
• Robert Mondavi Winery
• Robert Sinskey Vineyards
• Shafer Vineyards
• Silverado Vineyards
• Spottswoode Estate
• Staglin Winery
• V.Sattui Winery
• ZD Wines

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