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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

Spanish Organic Wineries Albet i Noya Pemedes

Albet i Noya Abet i Noya was founded by Joan Albet in Can Vendrell in 1903 following the Phylloxera plague that devasted Europe to oversee the replanting of the vineyards in the Ordal mountain range of Penedes in northeastern Spain. In 1972, Josep Maria, 4th generation of the Albet family, began to introduce organic farming methods after officially acquiring the property his ancestors so lovingly cared for over the years.  The winery released their first […]

Argentine Organic Wineries Domaine Bousquet

  Welcome to Domaine Bousquet   Domaine Bousquet founded by the Bousquet Family, who hail from the Southern French City of Carcassonne, have a long history and prestigious wine making tradition. In the constant struggle to produce wines of a superior quality, the Bousquet Family was determined to fine the best place to continue their decades long tradition. In 1990, the Bousquet Family arrived in Mendoza to investigate the vineyards and wineries. By discovering the […]

French Organic Wineries Ardinat Faust Champagne

Ardinat Faust Champagne The Faust twenty acres of vineyards. certified organic since 1971, are located in Vandières,  on the Marne River in the Champagne district of France. The soil is mostly clay  with varying levels of chalk, rich in magnesium and with a southerly orientation. The vineyard has been planted with 3 different grape varieties: Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. At the moment, the average age of the vines is 22 years. Winemaking has […]

French Organic Wineries Chateau La Canorgue

Château La Canorgue Chateau La Canorgue estate is located in the heart of the Lubéron Mountains between Avignon and Aix-en-Provence.  The chateau is built on ruins of a Roman villa in the village of Bonnieux, in the center of the southern French region known as the Lubéron, on the northern edge of Provence. The beautiful old chapel on the label is part of the property, which was all part of a fiefdom granted by Pope […]

French Organic Wineries Domaine Pierre Andre

Domaine Pierre André Domaine Pierre André is now run by his daughter, Jacqueline, continue a family tradition of producing powerful red wines from their 37 acres of vines in Courthézon, between Orange and Avignon in southern France. Organic agriculture is another tradition in this family; begun in 1963 and converted fully in 1980. The vineyard is certified by Terre et Vie. Since 1992, they have also practiced Biodynamic agriculture and are certified by Demeter. The […]

French Organic Wineries Mas Laval

Mas Laval Joël and Christine Laval, Joël’s brother, Philippe, and their father,  operate this 30 hectare (about 80 acres) estate in the heart of Aniane in the south of France.  Philippe works with the vines, Joël is a bank director but also works nights and weekends on the estate, and their father, retired for many years, continues to handle pruning and other vineyard work.The small town lies 25 kilometers inland from Montpellier on the Mediterranean […]

French Organic Wineries Domaine Virgile Joly

Domaine Virgile Joly   Virgile Joly grew up in the Rhone Valley in Avignon, grandson of wine-growers who were part of the cooperative in norhern Ventoux.  He spent ten years working as an oenologist in France and Chile, and then in 2000, at the age of 28, leased a hectare (2.5 acres) of vines and began making his own wine, fulfilling a life-long dream.  That first year he hand-bottled 3,564 bottles of Grenache-dominated wine. With […]

French Organic Wineries: Chateau Petit Roubie

Château Petit Roubié   Floriane and Olivier AZAN purchased the Château Petit Roubié in 1981 and converted to organic farming in 1995. In 2012 the are the only certified organic estate in the appellation! They have 147 acres of vines and produce a range of AOC and Vins de Pays white wines and Vin de Pays red and rosé wines but the Picpoul de Pinet is the most important production. It is known and loved […]

French Organic Wineries: Domaine Eugene Meyer

Domaine Eugène Meyer Alsace is one of the hotbeds for French Organic Wineries and it is our great pleasure to introduce you to Domaine Eugene Meyers. The Meyer family has been making wine since 1620 in Bergholtz in southern Alsace on approximately 22 acres of land bought by the family after the French Revolution. With a 350 year-old tradition of making wine, in 1969 Eugene Meyer changed business as usual and began farming the vines […]

French Organic Wineries: Chateau La Nerthe

  Château La Nerthe is one of Châteauneuf’s oldest estates and a benchmark producer of the region. Located in the heart of the AOC, the 225 acres of Château La Nerthe’s vineyards are locates in a single block around the chateau and have been certified organic since 1998. The classic chateauneuf terroir of the famous galettes (large, round stones) dominate the on average 40 year old vineyards. Chateau La Nerthe Nerthe’s existence as early as […]

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