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Organic Wine

€61.45
€55.31

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Organic wines are produced with organically grown grapes. In order to have organically grown grapes, a vineyard manager must implement an entirely different set of practices to maintain their vines and These practices must be carried out for three years before a vineyard can be certified organic.

Organic doesn’t imply that the wine doesn’t have additives. There is, in fact, a list of additives, including things like yeast, egg whites, and animal enzymes (like rennet in cheese) that are allowed in organic wines. Being organic doesn’t necessarily mean a wine is vegan.

Dilemma with Organic Wine -  Perhaps you’ve seen a lot more European organic (called ‘bio’) wines and this is because Europe has a different definition of organic: USA: “a wine made from organically grown grapes without added sulfites” Europe  and Canada: “a wine made from organically grown grapes that may contain added sulfites”.

Organic wines from the US must not add sulfites, which in most scenarios greatly reduces a wine’s shelf life and, in some cases, can substantially change the flavor. Wineries find themselves in a quandary because spending the time to make.

Free delivery on orders over €100 in France.

Free delivery on orders over €300 for the Rest of the EU.

Wines and spirits purchased from Onshore Cellars can be stored in our temperature-controlled warehouses for €20.00 per case per annum.

We offset our shipping emissions

We offset shipping carbon emissions through Offset. Offset are dedicated to protecting forests in the fight against climate change.

Protecting and restoring forests recaptures carbon emissions from the atmosphere. Onshore Cellars works with Pachama through Offset, to support projects led by reforestation experts and conservationists to make sure your money goes to the right place.

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