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The World  Of Organic Wineries

 

Discovery the Flavors of Albarino to Zinfandel

 

It is our Great Pleasure to Introduce you to the Organic Wineries of the World.

Argentina, Australia, Austria, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand. Portugal, South Africa, Spain  and the United States of America. We will add new countries as our research continues.

 

Organic Red Wines

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Syrah/Shiraz, Tempranillo, Grenache, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Nero d’ Avola and many more.

 

Organic White Wines

Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Moscato, Chenin Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Gewurztraminer, Viogier, Pinot Gris, Semillon and so many more,

 

Organic Roses

From those Bright Salmon colors from Provence to the darker roses from Spain and Italy. Even a Rose from Pinot Noir never fails to impress.

 

Organic Desert Wines

The Grand Daddy of all wines and while consider sweet, which is naturally produced many have the elegance and ability to age for decades.

 

Organic Sparkling Wines

Prosecco from Italy, the Cremants from the Alsace and loire Valley to its ancestorial home in Champagne

Domaine Clusel-Roch Cote Rotie

Domaine Clusel-Roch The first time the hills of Côte Rôtie present themselves, it is impossible not be overwhelmed with their beauty. The cliff-like granite hillsides seems to have burst from the Earth with vigor and violence. It is also impossible to not be completely dumbfounded by them at the same time. When seeing those impossibly steep slopes, one has to wonder, “who the hell decided to plant vines there?”  Well it’s the Romans we can […]

Austrian Organic Wineries Nikolaihof

  Nikolaihof is one of the oldest wine estates in Austria, whose history goes back almost 2000 years to the Roman empire. Originally chosen by the Romans because it was considered a Celtic holy site prior to 800 B.C., the foundations of the current house date to a Roman tower which existed as early as 63 B.C. Wine has been produced here since the time of the Celts and continued throughout the time of the […]

Weingut Bernhard Ott

Weingut Bernhard Ott The Ott family has been growing and producing wine in the region of Wagram in Lower Austria since 1889. Bernhard Ott is of the fourth generation and has managed the winery since 1995, when he took the helm from his father, expanding the estate to 28 ha in Feuersbrunn and Engabrunn. After assuming control at the winery, Bernhard worked meticulously to improve the family estate. He improved the cellar with new stainless […]

Kalleske

  In South Australia’s Barossa Valley, the Kalleske family have been farming and growing grapes since the 1800s near the village of Greenock. They are one of the region’s leading grape growing families consistently growing some of the Barossa’s best quality grapes. After five generations of growing grapes, winemaker and sixth generation family member, Troy Kalleske, established the Kalleske winery and created the Kalleske label. The winery is situated on the family estate where open […]

Joostenberg Wines: South Africa Paarl

Joostenberg Wines Tyrrel and Philip Myburgh are the fifth generation proprietors of this family farm located in the Western Cape. In addition to wine, they grow fruit and raise cattle.Mixed agriculture was practiced from the early days and wine and brandy was made on the farm from the early 1800’s until 1947. Joostenberg was bought by the Myburgh family in 1879 and ownership has remained in the family since then. In 1947 winemaking ceased and […]

Valle Reale Winery

  Valle Reale Winery was founded in 2000 with the goal of producing world-class wines. The Pizzolo family, in close consultation with Professor Leonardo Valenti and the agronomic faculty of the University of Milan, are working to develop a model for central Italian wines and winemaking. Working primarily with the Montepulciano varietal, they aim to create wines that highlight the grape’s intrinsic qualities: strength, exuberance, vitality, color, elegance, balance and depth. The process begins with […]

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