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Good Stuff guarantee

When you enjoy Traveling Vineyard wines, we want you to feel good about what’s in your glass. From where our wines come from to how they’re made, we’re committed to bringing you the good stuff. Learn more about our Good Stuff Guarantee.

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Our Commitment to You

At Traveling Vineyard, we make our wines simply and with love. Like you, we believe that what goes into our bodies matters—from how our wines are grown to how they’re made—and that’s why we’re committed to giving you just the good stuff. It’s our guarantee. We value the high standards set by the wine industry, and we never take shortcuts. Every wine goes through multiple rounds of independent lab testing and is made with the utmost care and precision to assure a quality product. We also strive to work with growers who practice responsible and sustainable farming that results in clean, award-winning wines from California to Chile—because we are dedicated to bringing you the highest-quality, head-turning wine at really happy prices.

Good Stuff Wines in the Spotlight

Lazy Lab Cab paired with pizza

2018 Lazy Lab, Wahluke Slope Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington

Our award-winning 2018 Lazy Lab Cabernet Sauvignon is composed of three varietals (90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Merlot, 5% Syrah) of Washington State organic grapes that were picked from two different organic vineyards. The family-owned vineyards and the processing facilities that we worked with are both certified organic by the Washington State Department of Agriculture.

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Eco wines abstain from or when possible avoid using agrochemicals in the vineyards, production and cellar, and can be argued to be better for the planet, better for your health, and taste more distinctive.

Desvia Tempranillo by Traveling Vineyard

2019 Desvia, Tempranillo, Spain

Our 2019 Desvia Tempranillo is made from certified organic Spanish grapes and considered an eco wine. Eco wines abstain from or when possible avoid using agrochemicals in the vineyards, production and cellar, and can be argued to be better for the planet, better for your health, and taste more distinctive. The workers are exposed to less chemicals and the soil quality is healthier, which helps the wine’s flavor. The most discernible advantage for wine consumers may be the amount of free sulphur dioxide—naturally a by-product of fermentation and a winemaking inhibitor for undesirable microorganisms, browning and oxidation, that may be added to the wine. The modern wine free SO2 ceilings are maximum 160 parts per million (ppm) for reds, whites 200 ppm, organics 100 ppm.

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Cucharon Red blend Argentina by traveling vineyard

2018 Cucharón, Malbec/Tannat/Petit Verdot, San Juan, Argentina

Our 2018 Cucharón, Red Blend comes from a high expertise grower and sustainable winery in the mountain foothills of San Juan, Argentina. Given winery’s pursuit of quality through agronomic innovation and commitment to sustainable practices, it’s no surprise that Cucharón earned a Double Gold Medal from the 2020 San Francisco International Wine Competition.

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2020 Stateroom Cabernet Sauvignon by Traveling vineyard

2015 Stateroom, Cabernet Sauvignon, Western Cape, South Africa

For our 2015 Stateroom Cabernet Sauvignon, we worked with an award-winning grower and producer who focuses on quality and environmental integrity. Their vineyards are both Fair Trade and Sustainably Certified, as well as members of The Wine and Agricultural Ethical Trading Association (WIETA) delivering an extraordinary Cabernet Sauvignon that you can feel good sipping.

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Learn How to Upcycle Your

Wine Bottles and Corks

We love finding and sharing ways to reuse your wine bottles and corks. That’s why we have a dedicated board on Pinterest filled with craft and DIY ideas. We’d love to see your upcycle projects! Tag us on Instagram so we can share your masterpieces.