These winemakers also sometimes take unconventional paths to make wine in harmony with nature. Environmentally friendly working methods are the top priority at these wineries. So that future generations can also enjoy wonderful wine from healthy soil.
Who says organic wines can’t be glamorous? Certainly not this Passi Reali, which like Amarone is made from dried grapes. An eyecatcher on the table and a delight for the palate.
Christoph Edelbauer wines are all about sustainability. These wines even save paper by writing directly on the bottle – no need for labels! Virtuous organic wines that focus on the essentials.
José Roquette treats his wines like his employees – with respect. Each of his new vintages therefore gets a fabulous new label. His winery is a leader in Portugal, in part thanks to his social commitment.
Robert Eden is a pioneer of biodynamic wines in the Languedoc region of France. This dark-berry La Touge makes us weak at the knees. A biodynamic wine, it relies on astrological configurations. Even the phases of the moon are taken into account for its creation!
When you think of Malbec, you inevitably think of Argentina. But this grape variety has been growing in the Cahors region of France for 2,000 years! A deep, dark, organic wine with blackberry aromas and a hint of mocha.