Organic wine France

Organic wine France

Organic wine France

All of our French organic wines are dry, meaning they contain less than 3 g / l of residual sugar. They are therefore ideal dining companions.

They come from winemakers and wineries - Château & Domaines, which we all know personally.
 
They plant the vines, work and care for the soil and the vines, harvest the grapes for their higher-quality wines by hand, and carry the agricultural risk of weather-related (frost, rain, hail, drought) crop failures.
 
The preparation of the wines is done with great care in their own cellar, as well as the filling of the wines in bottles. These so-called "original bottlings" always consist of the best wines of a winery. On the bottle labels of original bottlings, the name of the winery / wine maker with location information is visible. If it is a prestigious and quality-oriented company, this information serves as a guarantee of its quality and origin. Lesser good wines are sold by vintners "en vrac", in bulk to wholesalers with lower quality standards.

organic wine Rhône & Provence

organic wine Rhône & Provence

Organic wines from the south are mostly full-bodied, round and smooth. They contain less acid and tannin.

Organic wines Languedoc Roussillon

Organic wines Languedoc Roussillon

The Languedoc Roussillon between Nimes in the north and Spain in the south provide powerful, full-bodied organic  wines 

Organic wine Bordeaux

Organic wine Bordeaux

Bordeaux varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Merlot,  Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, Colombard, Muscadelle, Ugni Blanc

Organic wines from Chablis

Organic wines from Chablis

Chablis wines must be made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes grown around the town of Chablis.