Sustainability at Dominus Estate

Erosion controls protect the Hopper Creek watershed, home to native salmon and other species.

Dry farming conserves water.

Passive cooling of the winery reduces energy consumption.

Cover crops naturally replenish the soil, prevent erosion and support beneficial insects for pest management.

Electric golf carts conserve gasoline, minimize dust and reduce soil compaction.

Owl boxes and bluebird houses provide homes to natural predators of vine pests and rodents.

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Spring cover crop

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