Phyllis Theermann

Many of us care about the what we eat and how our food is sourced, but have you considered what is in your wine?

Wellesley resident, mom, chef and the friendly face at the Wellesley Farmers’ Market pick up spot for Farmers’ to You, Janine Malone wondered the same.

After doing some research, she learned and loved the idea of drinking clean-crafted wine that is organic or biodynamic, vegan and bottled consciously, with no chemicals or added sugar.  She now sells a variety of these wines, all from small family vineyards that hand picked their grapes.

Contact her for more information. These are the wines folks have tasted at two recent Sustainable Wellesley events – Taste the Future; and Conversation with The Candidates and Community Dinner.

Cheers

Phyllis Theermann

Earlier this month a full house gathered for Sustainable Wellesley’s Taste the Future event at Jarvis Appliances where we sampled delicious food and clean wine, watched cooking demos on an induction stove, and learned more about the ways to move off of dangerous gas appliances.

Huge thanks to Wellesley Public Media for covering the event. For those that missed it or want to learn more, watch it here.

Zeyneb Magavi and Audrey Schulman of HEET shared ways to transition to clean energy. Their eye opening presentation about the dangers of gas was coupled with opportunities EVERYONE can do to make a healthy change for the future.

We are very grateful to Wellesley’s finest at Jarvis Appliances, Chef Kurt and Janine Malone for making it a FUN evening.

Chef Kurt created a delicious meal — you can see him using and explaining induction stoves at his You Tube Channel here. Plus, we had the opportunity to sample Scout & Cellar’s clean crafted, hand picked, small family vineyard wines. Not only were they delicious but organic and biodynamic, vegan and bottled consciously, no chemicals or added sugar. Click here for more information on getting your hands on some.