Starborough Wine Deploys Two Limestone Reefs in Gulf of Mexico During National Oceans Month

Who: Starborough Sauvignon Blanc and Reefmaker


What: On Tuesday, June 21st, E & J Gallo Winery Starborough Sauvignon Blanc deployed two limestone coral reefs off the coast of Fort Walton Beach, Florida for World Oceans Month. Starborough partnered with Reefmaker, the largest reef builder in the U.S., to create and release the reefs to help provide a safe habitat for all forms of marine life. As part of the brand’s continued efforts to support ocean conservation, Starborough dedicated all social media communication during June to educating consumers on the importance of coral reefs and asked them to take action by liking, sharing, and commenting on content. After hitting 100,000 actions, Starborough pledged to release another limestone reef.


About Starborough Sauvignon Blanc

Starborough Sauvignon Blanc is a refreshing expression of its New Zealand home, with notes of bright citrus and fresh-cut lemongrass that bring forth a taste as crisp as the coastal air of Marlborough, New Zealand. The starfish on the bottle serves as the emblem of Starborough and is symbolic of the renewal and rejuvenation that nature provides. Starborough is proud to be certified as a sustainable wine of New Zealand, maintaining best-in-class sustainable practices throughout their vineyard and facility. Starborough Sauvignon Blanc is available in a 750ml format, nationwide for $11.99 SRP. Visit to find a bottle near you.