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Insightful Interview with Violet Grgich: A Journey of Peace, Wine, and Regenerative Agriculture

Listen to the Interview:

Join us for a compelling conversation with Violet Grgich on the esteemed “Insight on Business the News Hour” podcast. Hosted by the renowned Michael Libbie, this leading business news podcast provides valuable insights from some of the most influential personalities in the industry.

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Violet Grgich’s Inspiring Journey:

Violet Grgich, a respected figure in the world of viticulture, heads the Grgich Hills Estate & Vineyard in the picturesque Napa Valley, California. In this in-depth interview, she shares her extraordinary journey and the pivotal role she plays in both the wine industry and social initiatives. Dive deep into the history of the Roots of Peace initiative in Croatia, and learn how regenerative agriculture practices are revolutionizing the landscape and wine production in Napa Valley.

A Special Mention: The Festival of the Bells:

In her interview, Violet also highlights The Festival of the Bells, an upcoming event that promises to be a cultural and culinary delight. Scheduled for November 3, this festival will take place at the Culinary Institute of America COPIA in Napa. It’s an event not to be missed!

How to Listen:

Engage with Violet Grgich’s enlightening narrative by tuning into the interview available on various platforms. You can listen to it on PlayerFM, Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, or TuneIn Radio.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights from a leader who has seamlessly blended the art of winemaking with sustainable practices and a commitment to peace. Tune in now!

About Grgich Hills Estate:  Grgich Hills Estate was founded after Vintners Hall of Fame inductee Miljenko “Mike” Grgich first earned world-wide recognition when the 1973 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay that he crafted won the 1976 Paris Tasting, beating the best of France and drawing international attention to the Napa Valley.  Mike then partnered with Austin Hills of the Hills Bros. Coffee family in the pursuit of creating the best wines in the world and chose Independence Day, July 4, 1977, to launch their family-owned-and-operated winery.

Today, Grgich Hills Estate is 100% estate grown and certified organic, incorporating biodynamic principles in farming practices and a Napa Valley leader in Regenerative Organic Agriculture. Referred to as “Organic Plus,” regenerative farming is a science-driven approach focused on no-till soil management, building organic matter to sustain microbial life, incorporating livestock and biodiversity, and caring for people who work in the fields and winery. Recognized as one of the world’s “Top 100 Wineries” by Wine & Spirits Magazine in 2022, Grgich Hills Estate is a leading force in the Regenerative Organic Agriculture movement worldwide, a key component of combating climate change, and continues to build a business that will benefit our children, our community, our environment, and lovers of fine wine into the future.

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