As of 2017 there were six states - Alabama, Delaware, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, and Utah - where it was illegal for their citizens to receive alcoholic beverages by shipping.  If you're aware of other wineries that use solar, wind, and/or heat pumps that should be on this list, please let me know about them at  Also, please let me know if you encounter a broken link.   Many of these wineries have events and encourage people to visit and sample their wines, usually for a small fee.  If you want to help people learn that they can buy products made by businesses that have done renewable energy projects, think about having a wine (or beer) party where everyone or every couple has to bring a bottle of wine (or four pack or six pack of beer) made at a winery (or brewery) that's done a renewable project.

Niner Wine Estates   (California)

San Antonio Winery   (California)

Black Stallion Estate Winery   (California)

Chamisal Vineyards   (California)

Castoro Cellars Vineyards and Winery   (California)

Vintage Wine Estates   (California)   family of independent wineries

Gary Farrell Vineyards and Winery   (California)

Chateau Montelena Winery   (California)

Rio Grande Vineyard and Winery   (New Mexico)

Coria Estates Winery   (Oregon)

Stoller Family Estate   (Oregon)

Newport Vineyards   (Rhode Island)  

Staglin Family Vineyard   (California)   also sells organic olive oil

Ballentine Vineyards   (California)

Dutcher Crossing Winery   (California)

Keenan Winery Napa Valley   (California)

Woodward Canyon Winery   (Washington)

Badger Mountain   (Washington)   certified organic vineyard

Silver Thread Vineyard   (New York)

Lakewood Vineyards   (New York)

Hunt County Vineyards   (New York)

Fox Run Vineyards   (New York)

Penguin Bay Winery   (New York)

Red Tail Ridge Winery   (New York)

Paumanok Vineyards   (New York)

Clif Family Winery   (California)   also sells honey grown at their vineyard

You've been provided with a sample of California wineries that have gone solar.  I've found an article that trys to list them all.  It mentions what region of the state they're in, which is good if you're traveling and want to check some out, but it doesn't have a direct link to each winery.  I was surprised how many solar wineries California has, and you may be too.  To read the article, click here.  You will not find any California solar vineyards listed below.

Hells Canyon Winery   (Idaho)

Huston Vineyards   (Idaho)

Rusty Tractor Vineyards   (Arkansas)

Silver Hills Winery   (Nebraska)  only ships instate

Pfeiffer Vineyards   (Oregon)

Sokol Blosser Winery   (Oregon)

Lenne Estate Winery   (Oregon)

Ponzi Vineyards   (Oregon)

Alloro Vineyard   (Oregon)

J Christopher Wines   (Oregon)

Ruby Vineyard   (Oregon)

Ten Spoon Vineyard and Winery   (Montana)

Owen Valley Winery   (Indiana)  

Sunset Hills Vineyard   (Virginia)

Rockbridge Vineyard   (Virginia)

Walsh Family Wine   (Virginia)

Glass House Winery   (Virginia)

50 West Vineyards   (Virginia)

Vines and Rushes Winery   (Wisconsin)

Happy Valley Vineyard and Winery   (Pennsylvania)

Evergreen Valley Vineyards   752 Evergreen Rd., Luthersburg, Pennsylvania   (814) 583-7575

Five Points Berries Winery   (Georgia)   wines made from blueberries, not grapes

Yonah Mountain Vineyards   (Georgia)

Ellensburg Canyon Winery   (Washington)

Powers Winery   (Washington)

Pepper Bridge Winery   (Washington)

Hamilton Cellars   (Washington)

Keg Springs Winery   (Tennessee)

Crown Winery   (Tennessee)

Page Springs Cellars   (Arizona)

Blue Sky Vineyard   (Illinois)   also sells olive oil

Savage Oaks Vineyards and Winery   (Maine)

Red Caboose Winery and Vineyards   (Texas)

4R Ranch Vineyard and Winery   (Texas)

Priam Vineyards   (Connecticut)

RayLen Vineyards and Winery   (North Carolina)

Lake James Cellars   (North Carolina)

Carolina Heritage Vineyard and Winery   (North Carolina)  wines made from grapes, berries, and fruit

Biltmore - (North Carolina)   winery and lodging

Jowler Creek Vineyard and Winery   (Missouri)

Fahrmeier Family Vineyards and Winery   (Missouri)   also you pick strawberries, pumpkins   produce stand

Bunker Hill Vineyard and Winery   (Florida)

Carlson Vineyards   (Colorado)

Grande River Vineyards   (Colorado)

Windridge Vineyards   (Maryland)

Linganore Winecellars   (Maryland)

Black Ankle Vineyards   (Maryland)

Bowers Harbor Vineyard   (Michigan)

Brengman Brothers Winery   (Michigan)   sells cider too

Chateau Chantal   (Michigan)

Mari Vineyards   (Michigan)

Sharrott Winery   (New Jersey)

Unionville Vineyards   (New Jersey)

Four Sisters Winery   (New Jersey)

Sky Acres Winery   (New Jersey)

Laurita Wineries   (New Jersey)