3 Reasons to Travel with Bill Blosser
It's a rare combination of passion and social justice that defines Bill Blosser, co-founder of Sokol Blosser winery and among the very first to produce Oregon's legendary Pinot noirs in the 1970s. Bill is a sustainability pioneer, and a green thumb with a heart of gold who leads by example: Sokol Blosser is certified organic, a certified B Corp, and the first U.S. winery to receive the prestigious LEED certification. Bill's passions are wine, people, and the land itself. We're honored to travel with him.
When Bill first set out to preserve Oregon lands for agricultural use, he met with plenty of resistance. That didn't stop him. Over the years he's been deeply active in conservation and sustainability, ensuring Oregon wines have a positive impact on the people and lands that produce them.
He Loves Wine
You might think someone as instrumental as Bill would like to kick back for a moment and rest after so many years of hard work. Not this guy. You can still find him working the harvest today, lending a hand wherever it’s needed.
He Loves New Zealand
Bill loves New Zealand like an Oregon summer, or a fine Pinot. Bill has traveled all over New Zealand and is thrilled to share this amazing country—and its world-class wine regions—with us.