In addition to growing grapes for its wine, Oso Libre produces free-range beef from its herd of Black Angus cattle.

At Oso Libre Winery, they’re growing wine grapes — and sheep and free-range Black Angus cattle, all of them key aspects of the property’s diversified agriculture business.

Chris and Linda Behr purchased the 90-acre Paso Robles property in 1995 and are constantly working to dial in sustainable practices. In addition to gaining Sustainability in Practice certification for the vineyards, Oso Libre also uses renewable energy for all the winery’s electric needs, and a flock of stalwart English Babydoll sheep handles most of the vineyard’s weed abatement and soil maintenance...

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