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Organic Wine

Wines that have been produced using certified organic production methods.

Organic farming is a way of growing crops without using synthetic chemicals, pesticides or fertilizers. Organic farmers rely on natural methods like crop rotation, composting, and biological pest control to maintain soil health and prevent diseases. This is better for the environment because it reduces pollution, conserves water, and preserves biodiversity. Organic certification can be awarded by different bodies depending on the country.

Biodynamic farming is a way of growing food that respects the natural cycles and rhythms of the earth. It's not just about avoiding chemicals and pesticides, but also about creating a harmonious relationship between the soil, plants, animals, and humans - and to those who practice this method, these are key to the benefits of organic farming. Biodynamic farmers use special preparations made from herbs, minerals and animal manures to enhance the vitality and fertility of the land. They also follow a lunar calendar that tells them when to sow, prune, harvest and compost. This is more than a method, it's a philosophy and a lifestyle.

Is organic wine better for you?

Organic wine may be considered healthier than non-organic wine as the grapes they are made from will contain less pesticide residue and lower levels of sulfites. However, it’s important to note that the health benefits of wine are most often associated with moderate consumption.