Santa Barbara County winery Foxen has partnered with TurnOnGreen Inc., marking a key step in the winery’s commitment to environmental sustainability.
As part of the recent collaboration withTurnOnGreen, Foxen Vineyard & Winery unveiled the installation of cutting-edge electric vehicle charging stations at its tasting room on Foxen Canyon Road.
The installation of electric vehicle charging stations promotes sustainable travel, and shows Foxen’s commitment to customer convenience, the winery said.
“Sustainability is at the heart of our values, and this initiative demonstrates our ongoing commitment to a greener future and healthier planet,” said Kaitlin Armstrong, vice president/sales and marketing.
Other steps the winery has take toward a greener operation include its solar-powered winery built in 2008; dry-farmed estate vineyards; and sustainable viticultural practices.
TurnOnGreen is a provider of cutting-edge EV charging solutions. For more visit www.turnongreen.com.
Foxen Vineyard & Winery, founded in 1985 by Dick Doré and Bill Wathen, is known for its minimalist winemaking practices. For more, visit https://www.foxenvineyard.com/.