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sonoma grape flour

Wild California was born in Sonoma wine country where we obviously have a lot of grapes. So what happens to those grape skins and seeds after they are pressed for wine? The answer might surprise you — they often end up in the landfill. Unfortunately there is only so much that can be composted or spread back on the field, so the bulk goes to the dump. Bummer right? We thought so. Fortunately some very smart partners of ours figured out a way to dry and mill the grape skins and seeds into a flour that can be used in baking. Rich in nutrients, and antioxidants, our Sonoma Grape Flour® adds a unique and tasty twist to the humble crisp.