Organic Wines

Organic Wines

Organic wine is wine made from grapes grown in accordance with principles of organic farming, which typically excludes the use of artificial chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides and herbicides. We source the finest, hand crafted and Biodynamic wines allowing for the full expression of the wine to shine through. All these wines are sourced from small, family owned vineyards and are associated with one or more of the certification bodies highlighted.

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  • Villedieu-Buisson Vin de Pays Petite Pature 'Organic'

    Made from Merlot, Grenache and Caladoc (A crossing of of Malbec and Grenache created in 1958) it is full of red berry fruits flavours. A juicy rush of ripe fruit quickly gives way to ample tannins that linger on the palate. Learn More
  • Inna Pierrevert Rouge 'Organic'

    This Inna Pierrevert Rouge has a nose of scrubland and undergrowth. The palate is round, with developing notes of spices, coffee, and a touch of currants and dried fruit on the finish. A beautiful complexity on the palate. Pierrevert rouge pairs best with meat sauces and stew. Officially classified as a 'Biologique' wine - the French equivalent to our organic status. Learn More
  • Castello di Verrazzano, Rosso Mini Tuscan IGT

    In the 1970's some Italian wine makers believed that the legal rules governing the production of Chianti were too restrictive, so they coined the term 'Super Tuscan'. This distinguished their wines from the inexpensive, low-quality wines that were associated with the term vino da tavola, that they were forced to put on the label. Now it is used to describe some of the most innovative and superlative red wines from the Tuscany region, in which Castello di Verrazzano is located. The Rosso Toscana is labelled 'minituscan' so you can expect some of the qualities of a super tuscan without the hefty price tag.

    Flowers and red fruits dominate the nose while it's pleasantly full and rounded in the mouth. Well suited to contemporary "fusion" cuisine, white meats, fresh cheese and vegetable dishes. Best served 15-17°C. Certified Organic.

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  • Domaine Lafond Cotes du Rhone Roc-Epine

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    Very tasty with aromas of ripe fruit, cherry, blackcurrant and undergrowth. Soft and round in the mouth with good concentration. Perfect served with white meat, pastry, and Mediterranean cuisine. Robert Parker always gives this Domaine a special award.

    Certified Organic

    Bronze Medal - Decanter World Wine Awards 2016 (2013 vintage) Learn More
  • Chateau L Haur du Chay, Blaye Cotes de Bourdeaux

    This delightful Blaye, Cotes de Bordeaux wine has a dark and brilliant colour that exudes intense aromas and powerful flavours. This wine does not lack charm with spicy ripe fruit and a balanced palate with smooth tannins. Learn More
  • Chateau Baratet Bordeaux Superieur

    A complex and highly structured Bordeaux Superieur, blended with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grape varieties. Glowing with the depth of ripe red fruit and black plum, notes of toasted oak, vanilla and liquorice shine at the finish. Delicious with beef, veal and vegetable fishes. Best opened 30 minutes before serving. Certified Organic Learn More
  • Domaine Lafond Lirac Blanc Roc-Epine

    Domaine Lafond Lirac Blanc is a pleasant and fresh blend of Grenache and Viognier. Fruity aromas of citrus lime and white flowers, fresh and tasty it stirs up the palate without extinguishing the thirst. 

    Organic

    An attractive floral nose, with elderflower cordial, white plum and a whiff of tobacco leaf. It has lovely acidity with a chalky finish. Drink 2017-2019. Decanter Magazine Southern Rhone Whites (2016 vintage)

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  • Chateau de Passavant Anjou Blanc

    A dry white wine with lots of character, plenty of fruit, acidity and minerals to pair with salads, grilled fish or cheeses.

    Gold Medal: Concours Val de Loire, Interloire 2015

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  • Domaine Lafond Lirac Roc-Epine

    Domaine Lafond, an award winning producer, manually harvests and hand selects the grapes to ensure the highest quality and careful management of the vines. The grapes are vatted for an extended period to obtain soft tannins, then in order to soften the tannins, the wine is put in new barrels for 3 to 4 months.

    Roc Epine red is a powerful and robust wine, it offers a complex nose of cinnamon, cooked fruits and morello cherries. While the palate expresses vanilla and peppers which persist until the final. It is a supple and rich wine with a very good length.

    Great paired with charcuterie, red meats, game and cheeses.

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  • Domaine Huards Cheverny 'Organic'

    From the Touraine region, a delicate dry wine with a rich gooseberry character. A very popular replacement to Sancerre. Made from 20+ year old vines combining gooseberry, elderflower and grassy Sauvignon fruit with lime blossom floral tones. Ripe fruit with fresh acidity. Learn More
  • Chateau de Passavant Anjou Rouge

    Typical fresh and easy-to-drink Bio-dynamic Loire red wine. The Chateau Passavant Anjou rouge is a supple and pleasant wine. It can be drunk immediately but will favourably develop over 4 or 5 years.

    Bronze Medal: Concours International des vins Biologique

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  • Domaine Lafond Tavel Rose Roc-Epine

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    One of the most full-bodied rose's, Tavel is primarily based on Grenache. It's full body and mellow mouthfeel make it an ideal companion to turkey or ham. The bouquet reminds of strawberry and cassis with notes of herbs and "garrigue" (the smell of herbs/underbrush/citrus that dominates the air in the south of France).

    "A delicate coppery pink rosé that's exuberantly spicy, with crunchy redcurrant fruit. A mineral twist unfolds onto biscuit and peppery flavours. There's pleasant tannins on the finish and the concentration to improve over a few months." Drink 2016-2017. Score 90. (2015 vintage)  - Decanter Magazine September 2017

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