Organic Wine

    SOME NEW WINES TASTED THIS MONTH –

    1.Southbrook Triomphe Cabernet Sauvignon 2012, $22.95. Now available at Marks and Sparks, er, Marks and Spencer UK for 15.99 pounds (about the same price as here in the Vintages Essentials program). It's an organic wine also certified as biodynamic by Demeter. It is an intense, well-developed cabby savvy, typically North American, with twist top and 12.9% ABV.

    7 readers - By Dean Tudor/ Gothic Epicures VinCuisine

    Honey, There's A Bear in My Vines

    We publish information about wines grown from certified organic or Biodynamic vineyards that are generally made with sulfites (which are usually added in small amounts to preserve the wine). That includes these certification types: ORGANIC WINE CERTIFICATIONS • Made with Organic Grapes Vineyards: certified organic Vinification: less than 100 ppm of sulfites (i.e.

    5 readers - By Pam Strayer/ Organic Wines Uncorked

      Congrats to the Wine & Spirits Top 100 Wineries - 5% Have Organic Vineyards

      Organic Wines Uncorked - - 5 readers - Of the 100 wineries chosen as Wine & Spirits Top 100 Wineries of the Year, announced on Monday, five percent have organic estate vineyards - and not just a few vines, but sizable estates. And in case you didn't know, only about 2.5% of California vineyards are certified organic; the fact that the top 100 features twice as many organic growers as there are in the state should ...

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      Organic Wines Uncorked - - 5 readers - We publish information about wines grown from certified organic or Biodynamic vineyards that are generally made with sulfites (which are usually added in small amounts to preserve the wine). That includes these certification types: ORGANIC WINE CERTIFICATIONS • Made with Organic Grapes Vineyards: certified organic Vinification: less than 100 ppm of sulfites (i.e.

      Viña Koyle: Cristóbal, Carmenere & Auma

      The Passionate Foodie - - 4 readers - The art of blending. The death of 700,000 beetles. Cow horns filled with dung. An indigenous Chilean flower. The soul. These were all fascinating topics that arose during a recent dinner I attended at Alden & Harlow with Matt Demers of Quintessential Wines and Cristóbal Undurraga Marimón, co-owner and winemaker at Viña Koyle, a Chilean winery.

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      3 New Releases from Paul Dolan Vineyards

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      Viña Koyle: Cristóbal, Carmenere & Auma

      …The art of blending. The death of 700,000 beetles. Cow horns filled with dung. An indigenous Chilean flower. The soul. These were all fascinating topics that arose during a recent dinner I attended at Alden & Harlow with Matt Demers of Quintessential Wines and Cristóbal Undurraga Marimón, co-owner and winemaker at Viña Koyle, a Chilean winery…

      4 readers - By Richard Auffrey/ The Passionate Foodie

      Bar Prima: Upper East Side

      … will be at Bar Prima until mid October, so be sure to try this wine while you can! Some of my favorite reds, that I recommend to try at this wine spot are the 2012 Lo Triolet Gamay, an organic wine that’s well balanced and has striking red fruit notes, medium body, and a long finish. The 2010 San Domenico Aglianico as well as the Villa I Cipressa Rosso…

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      Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For October 6, 2014

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      Wine Personalities in the World (Wikipedia List, July 2014)

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      Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For September 29, 2014

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      Harvest at Casa Barranca Winery: A Family Affair

      …, the average among all wines in the U.S. (as well as globally) is 80 ppm. WHAT THE USDA CALLS ORGANIC WINES Unlike any other nation, the U.S. oddly imposes a no sulfite restriction on wines in order for them to be called Organic Wine. These wines are also called NSA or NAS wines (which stands for "No Sulfites Added" or "No Added Sulfites.") From…

      1 readers - By Pam Strayer/ Organic Wines Uncorked

      Honey, There's A Bear in My Vines

      …, the average among all wines in the U.S. (as well as globally) is 80 ppm. WHAT THE USDA CALLS ORGANIC WINES Unlike any other nation, the U.S. oddly imposes a no sulfite restriction on wines in order for them to be called Organic Wine. These wines are also called NSA or NAS wines (which stands for "No Sulfites Added" or "No Added Sulfites.") From…

      5 readers - By Pam Strayer/ Organic Wines Uncorked

      Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For September 22, 2014

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      SOME NEW WINES TASTED THIS MONTH –

      …1.Southbrook Triomphe Cabernet Sauvignon 2012, $22.95. Now available at Marks and Sparks, er, Marks and Spencer UK for 15.99 pounds (about the same price as here in the Vintages Essentials program). It's an organic wine also certified as biodynamic by Demeter. It is an intense, well-developed cabby savvy, typically North American, with twist top…

      7 readers - By Dean Tudor/ Gothic Epicures VinCuisine