"Earning LEED certification is a great example of why Stoller Vineyards is a winery that both its community and its customers can be proud of. Stoller Vineyards will be a showcase for high-performance, energy-efficient, healthy wineries, and an inspiration for others."
- Rick Fedrizzi, President, CEO
Founding Chair, U.S. Green Building Council
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The Stoller winery is the first LEED Gold Certified winery in the United States. It integrates gravity-flow winemaking techniques, energy-efficient heating and cooling, and waste-water reclamation to reduce negative environmental impact.
This environmental consciousness goes hand-in-hand with the Stoller's belief in a sustainable workplace, where the people whose efforts go into producing Stoller wine are cared for as diligently as the vineyards they tend.
The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System™ was developed by the U.S. Green Building Council as a voluntary, consensus-based national standard for high-performance, sustainable building. The Stoller winery, the Torii Mor facility and Sokol Blosser's barrel room are the only LEED certified buildings in Oregon's wine industry.