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Certified Sustainable Winegrowing of the Pacific Northwest

LIVE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports environmentally and socially responsible winegrowing through third-party certification and educational programming. We welcome you to learn more about our efforts toward a more sustainable world.

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What We Do

Since 1999, LIVE has independently certified the sustainable practices of winegrowers in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. We rely on the latest university research and internationally accredited standards of integrated production. LIVE is now globally recognized as a leading certification body for sustainable farming and production.

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A to Z Wineworks

Steered by some of the leading minds in the industry, LIVE’s solid guidebook encourages soil health and biodiversity in the production areas and surrounding ecosystem, as well as promoting a disease prevention program that encourages an integrated approach to mitigating risk of crop loss and increasing the quality of the fruit produced.

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Our Standards

Each year, LIVE vineyard and winery members submit a comprehensive set of reporting requirements for review. This annual process enables our third-party inspectors to verify that sustainability goals are being met. Here you will find our standards, how they are developed, and the fees for certification. 

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Our Members

We are a cooperative organization, supporting each other's efforts within our tight-knit winegrowing community. Members can join committees of their peers, attend educational seminars, and sit on the Board of Directors. Our vineyards span from 2 acres to 700, our wineries from 400 cases to 1.5 million. All are welcome.

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Award for Excellence in Sustainability

The Awardees

Each year LIVE recognizes those who go above and beyond in the pursuit of sustainability. These members have demonstrated dedication and substantial real-world improvements on their farms and in their wineries. We encourage you to reach out and thank them for their commitment and enjoy the fruits of their labor.

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Al MacDonald/LIVE Wine Studies Scholarship


In 2017 we started a scholarship for Chemeketa Community College students in the Wine Studies Program. Named after Al MacDonald, one of the founders of LIVE as well as the Chemeketa viticulture program, this scholarship is available to first generation students in that program. To donate to the fund or to apply see the link below.

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Growing Oaks and Oak Accord

Oregon White Oak

In 2022 LIVE partnered with environmental science students at Willamette University to help expand the success of their Growing Oaks project. Member wineries agreed to act as collection points for acorns throughout the Willamette Valley so that we can gather enough to plant thousands of native Oregon White Oaks. We also work with Willamette Partnership's Oak Accord to help our members learn how to conserve the oaks they have and to restore native oak habitat on their land.

Willamette University's Growing Oaks

Recent News


Please join us in congratulating this year's LIVE Excellence in Sustainability Award, Left Coast Estate!


Please join us in congratulating Idaho’s first ever LIVE Certified winery, 3100 Cellars!