A nose of lush raspberry and blackberry, with a note of pine forest and dried herbs. Austure and rustic in the mouth, yet with elegance and delicate nature. Firm tannins balanced by acidity underlining the wine's juicy texture.
We often get asked about organic and biodynamic wines as both are increasing in popularity. The joy of organic and biodynamic winemaking is that all of this focus on sustainability delivers terrific wine that is the most authentic expression of what earth and man can produce! Wines that are organic/biodynamic can help with intolerance to sulphites because only tiny amounts of sulphites are added compared to normal winemaking. Not all organic/biodynamic producers seek certification so we've compiled our definitive list below.