Organic Wine: Better for You (and the Planet) than Natural Wine.

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Our generation's quest for knowledge and discernment extends to every aspect of life, even our choices in wine. It's no longer a simple decision between red or white; now, the spectrum includes natural, organic, and biodynamic wines.

Let's break it down.

Organic: wines produced from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides or herbicides, following strict organic farming practices.

Biodynamic: a holistic approach to winemaking that goes beyond organic, incorporating lunar and astrological cycles and a focus on the vineyard as a self-sustaining ecosystem.

Natural: wines made with minimal intervention, often using native yeasts and minimal additives, allowing for a more hands-off winemaking process.

Interestingly, these three categories, though they may appear synonymous, are distinctly unique. It's time to delve into the distinctions between natural, organic, and biodynamic wines. After all, the more you understand, the clearer it becomes why organic and biodynamic options often outshine their natural counterparts.

Organic and biodynamic wines offer several advantages over "natural wines," making them an appealing choice for customers who seek high-quality, environmentally responsible, and health-conscious options.

Redefining Environmental Responsibility:

Organic and biodynamic wines are produced through sustainable agricultural practices. They emphasize the responsible use of resources and eco-friendly farming methods. This commitment to reducing the ecological footprint of wine production supports a healthier planet and ensures the longevity of vineyard ecosystems.

Reimagining Health-Oriented Production:

Organic and biodynamic vineyards prioritize the use of natural and organic methods in grape cultivation. This results in grapes that are free from synthetic chemicals, pesticides, and herbicides. As a result, consumers can enjoy wine without concerns about pesticide residues, chemical additives, or potential health risks.

Enhancing Quality Assurance Practices:

Organic and biodynamic wines are subject to stringent certification standards that ensure meticulous quality control throughout the production process. This attention to detail guarantees that customers receive a consistently high-quality product with each bottle purchased.

Optimizing Longevity and Aging Potential:

The focus on maintaining balanced, healthy vineyards in organic and biodynamic practices often leads to wines with excellent aging potential. These wines are carefully crafted, allowing them to develop complexity and character over time, providing wine enthusiasts with an excellent investment.

Elevating Terroir Expression:

Organic and biodynamic vineyards prioritize the expression of terroir, capturing the unique characteristics of the vineyard's location and soil. This emphasis results in wines that reflect the distinct flavors and nuances of the region where the grapes were grown, providing a genuine and rich taste experience.

Fostering Trust Among Consumers:

The presence of organic and biodynamic certifications on wine labels provides transparency and assurance to customers. These certifications signify that the wine meets specific standards and has been audited for adherence, giving buyers confidence in their purchase.

Expanding Accessibility:

As the demand for organic and biodynamic wines grows, they are becoming more readily available to consumers. This broader selection caters to various tastes and preferences, making it easier for customers to make a conscious choice.

Promoting Ethical Farming Practices:

Choosing organic and biodynamic wines aligns with supporting ethical farming practices. By purchasing these wines, customers encourage more vineyards to adopt sustainable methods and promote environmentally responsible agriculture.

Here are the Top Selling Organic Range from our Store. 

Dog Point Section 94 Barrel Aged Sauvignon Blanc (Organic) 2017 - Marlborough, New Zealand

James Suckling: "This is a very tight, complex, and concentrated sauvignon with flint, grilled-lemon, and struck-match aromas, as well as passion-fruit pastry. The palate has a smooth textural build with pastry-like texture and flavors of peaches, lemons, and mangoes that hold long."

Dog Point Vineyard, located in Marlborough, New Zealand, is known for producing organic wines. They follow sustainable and organic farming practices in their vineyards to minimize the use of synthetic chemicals and promote environmental stewardship. Dog Point is certified organic by BioGro New Zealand, a recognized and esteemed organic certifying organization.

Maxime Blin Son Naturel Optimiste (Organic) - Champagne, France










Winemaker "A full bodied smooth and lingering Champagne, round, long, harminious, with a minerality on the finish. Ideal for an aperiftif, to accompany oysters and fish.

Maxime Blin, a Champagne producer located in the Champagne region of France, is known for practicing sustainable and environmentally friendly viticulture. They employ various organic and sustainable practices in their winemaking and grape growing processes, reflecting their commitment to environmental responsibility.

Hedonist Organic Tempranillo 2021 - McLaren Vale, Australia

Stuart Knox "Good length....Cherry, violets and African spice aromatics. Medium to full-bodied. Dark cherry, anise and bay leaf spices with a dry earth undertone. "

Made in a certified biodynamic vineyard (the ultimate mark of approval in natural winemaking, meaning the vineyard employs 100% organic practices), this is an intense grenache from Australia’s well-respected Hedonist estate.

Melifera Gin ~ Edizione Corsa ~ Organic ~ Limited Edition ~ Luxe Gift Box ~ Corsica, France


Le Journal du Dimanche, The JDD "In the Gins of the moment for the JDD, “pretty bouquet of wild flowers from the ocean (…) supporting a light but controlled taste palette."

Melifera is a distinguished brand renowned for its dedication to producing exceptional organic gin. With a steadfast commitment to organic principles and sustainable practices, they meticulously craft their gin to offer a premium and environmentally conscious spirit.

Poderi Colla Bussia Dardi Le Rose (Organic) 2018 - Barolo, Italy

Terroir Sense - Ian D'Agata "The perfumed, delicate nose offers aromas of sour red fruits, flowers and spices, complicated by mineral notes. .... I loved this wine’s attractive light touch. Closes clean and juicy, with polished tannins but leaves behind hints of green nuances as well as of small red fruits and minerals."

Poderi Colla, situated in the picturesque Piedmont region of Italy, is celebrated for its unwavering dedication to preserving the time-honored traditions of winemaking and eloquently capturing the essence of its unique terroir. Their ethos aligns with sustainable and eco-conscious vineyard management practices, reflecting a harmonious approach to viticulture.

McHenry Hohnen Rocky Road Semilion Sauvignon Blanc (Organic) 2020 ~ Margaret River, Western Australia

Nick Butler, The Real Review "Serious value here. It's grass and cured lemons, lemon curd and dried green herbs, an arm-wrestle of a wine. Ripe and open when sipped, grippy and challenging with time to reflect."

McHenry Hohnen, a distinguished winery nestled in Margaret River, Western Australia, is celebrated for its resolute dedication to the principles of organic and biodynamic winemaking. By embracing sustainable and eco-conscious viticultural practices, they craft wines of exceptional quality and character. Their commitment to the environment is reflected in their organic farming methods, which exclude synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers, and their embrace of biodynamic principles to enhance the vitality of the vineyard. This harmonious approach allows the distinctive terroir of the Margaret River region to flourish, resulting in wines that express their unique sense of place.

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