Thought to be an initial trend, more and more people are going organic. This lifestyle change has caused a change in food and drink, including wine. There has been a huge spike in organic sales in the past decade with more and more wineries adding their brand to the ring.
Organic is still relatively new to the market, so winemakers are adjusting their practices to include wines deserving of the organic label. Organic wine is grown as any other crop in accordance with organic farming with regulations in place to ensure you get what you pay for. The wine must be made from organically grown grapes and contain minimal sulfites (a preservative), which means if your health guru friend brings over a finely aged bottle of organic wine, she probably paid too much. Wines that meet the standards will bear the USDA organic seal. Some winemakers are extending their efforts to a fully organic process beyond growing. Wineries are going organic during the fermentation and bottling process, and some are even adapting sustainable farming for wine you can feel good about. At Wine Chateau, we have already done the research for you. All of the wines featured on in our organic section are well deserving of the term. Direct your friend to us for an easier yet smarter shopping experience.
As a result of the growing popularity of organic wine, our selection means you can find and buy organic wines online without limiting yourself. Choose any of your favorite varieties from Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Merlot to Chardonnay, Prosecco and Riesling. Our selection includes stock from California, Spain, France, South Africa, Chile and Italy. Browse Wine Chateau for both still wine and sparkling wine to help you celebrate any happy occasion while still maintaining your healthy and mindful eating habits.