Duck Pond Wines: Natural Path Certification Goodness

If you want to bring, serve, savor, or gift a distinguished wine this holiday season, Duck Pond is the first wine in the U.S. to achieve Natural Path Certification. It’s also a favorite of master sommelier Brett Zimmerman, “The Sustainable Sommelier.” Duck Pond is noted especially for its Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, and it’s free of harmful glyphosate and neonicotinoid pesticides. Who wouldn’t prefer that? Duck Pond closely oversees the growing of its grapes to ensure that only good-for-you and great tasting ingredients go into each bottle.

Salute! – A Commitment to Your Health
Established in historic Dundee, OR in 1993 in Willamette Valley and Dundee Hills, Duck Pond wines are organically farmed, hand-harvested, and artfully crafted by winemaker Julia Cattrall. Their wines embody a devotion to farming sustainably, reflecting the region’s purest, most natural form. In 2020, they produced the first Natural Path Production Wines, Certified by the Clean Label Project. Their mission is to leave the world a better place than they found it, fulfilling a promise to customers to provide the highest quality wines, with minimal intervention, at the best value. They have achieved this greatness.

Shop your Duck Pond holiday wines HERE – whether you prefer Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Rose, Chardonnay, or any combination of them.

Read about and order their Conservation Cuvee wines HERE.

Order their special Duck Ponds Heritage Wines HERE.

Every sale of Duck Pond Cellars wine supports the Wetlands Conservancy. Wetlands are vital to the health of our planet; they clean and restore our water supply, provide critical fish and wildlife habitats, and protect communities from flooding. The Wetlands Conservancy is a leader in Oregon wetland conservation.