When Fred Cline (Cline Vineyards) and his friend and long time farmer Bobby Cannard started what they call the Green String Method, it was fairly straightforward. This method of agriculture is dedicated to sustainable practices that promote and enhance biodiversity, biological cycles and soil activity.  This minimizes pollution while also optimizing the health and productiviry of soil, plants, animals and people.

The name Farmhouse comes from a schoolhouse at Green String Farm in Petaluma, California.
  The schoolhouse serves as a study place for students from around the globe that arrive to learn the Green String Method of farming.   

Farmhouse makes both a white and red wine. The wines were born out of the desire to not only create a clean herbicide and chemical free wine, but also to teach future generations about what it means to farm with nature and not against it. 
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