Five Fine Organic Wines To Savour Now
Nature’s role in winemaking can never be emphasized enough and our selection of organic wines goes a step further, expressing nature’s capacity to craft ferments, beaming with authentic style
Inventive viticulturists though have a recent delectable history of making a success of the organic plunge. Some great stories abound about how they’ve repelled bugs and weeds from damaging their crop. In New Zealand, viticulturists deploy sheep to graze between the vine rows while in Chile, domesticated geese and llamas are let free to forage at the base of the vines. The French have harnessed a squadron of moth-eating bats to rid their vineyards of the nocturnal insect that causes grey rot in their precious fruit. And the Californians get their famished chickens to gorge on vine weevils infamous for ravaging vine roots. Enlisting natural predators and outlawing chemicals is one element of a larger philosophy that culminates in a wine of resplendent natural expression. We’ve shone a focus on five of our finest organic wines and invite you to discover our whole bunch at thewinepark.com.