Delta is the symbol for change and is also a multifaceted project of Matt and Alexis Iaconis of Brick & Mortar. They marry responsible farming, honest winemaking, and environmental action. $1 of each bottle sold is donated to The Surf Rider Foundation or Cool Effect, a non-profit that allows individuals to create a tangible impact on climate change through a digital platform, providing consistent funding to the highest-quality carbon reducing-projects around the world. If, however, this wine were not delicious, we would not include it in the Kompas Club. The wine carries a California AVA to give the winemakers flexibility in fruit sourcing for future vintages, but this year’s wine comes from the very up-and-coming area of Clarksburg. A little south of Sacramento on the sandy banks of the Sacramento River, Clarksburg is becoming known for its aromatic and crisp whites. Native yeast fermentation in stainless steel. (By the way, the native yeast fermentation that you might read in the description of a wine is important because it lets you know that the farming was done with little to no herbicides and pesticides which would inhibit the growth of yeasts, along with the other organisms they are designed to inhibit, and make native yeast fermentation commercially impractical.) Buying wine is a political act, whether we like it or not, but sometimes just drinking great wine can help improve the world.