Serendipity Wines
Portfolio

Our Collection of the
World’s Finest

Serendipity Wines represents wines from around the USA and the world and distributes them to specialty markets, wine shops and restaurants throughout Texas and California.

Badger Mountain Vineyard

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Our commitment to organic viticulture and wine production begins with our responsibility to the environment, and extends to producing a completely natural product for our customers. We use only organically approved and naturally occurring substances for all vineyard applications ~ this means no chemical insecticides, herbicides, fungicides or synthetic fertilizers. Like farmers for centuries before us, we rely on our experience and the advantageous use of our location, climate, volcanic soil, and organic techniques.For insect control we use predatory insects (that eat the bad bugs) and apply natural soap compounds and other all natural materials. We use an in-row cultivator (hoe plowing) to control weeds in the grape rows and to mow the grass in the center. All grape skins and seeds are composted and returned to the vineyard, and cover crops of vetch and rye are grown between the vine rows for nitrogen and humus.  Our vines are trellised upright, using the Scott-Henry System; this improves sun penetration and air movement which develops character and balance in the grapes. We also utilize crop and shoot thinning to control vigor and limit yields, which increase flavors and aromas in the finished wines.
Badger Mountain Vineyards website

Country:
United States
Region:
Washington
Market:
Texas
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Badger Mountain Vineyard

Badger Mountain Vineyard Image

Our commitment to organic viticulture and wine production begins with our responsibility to the environment, and extends to producing a completely natural product for our customers. We use only organically approved and naturally occurring substances for all vineyard applications ~ this means no chemical insecticides, herbicides, fungicides or synthetic fertilizers. Like farmers for centuries before us, we rely on our experience and the advantageous use of our location, climate, volcanic soil, and organic techniques.For insect control we use predatory insects (that eat the bad bugs) and apply natural soap compounds and other all natural materials. We use an in-row cultivator (hoe plowing) to control weeds in the grape rows and to mow the grass in the center. All grape skins and seeds are composted and returned to the vineyard, and cover crops of vetch and rye are grown between the vine rows for nitrogen and humus.  Our vines are trellised upright, using the Scott-Henry System; this improves sun penetration and air movement which develops character and balance in the grapes. We also utilize crop and shoot thinning to control vigor and limit yields, which increase flavors and aromas in the finished wines.
Badger Mountain Vineyards website