Bio Wine | from organic farming
Organic wine, also known as bio wine, is wine produced under the requirements of organic agriculture. This means that organic wine is produced without the use of chemical pesticides and synthetic fertilizers, and instead uses natural methods such as soil treatment, composting and natural enemy control.
One of the main benefits of organic wine is that it is healthier for the environment, as it avoids the use of toxic chemicals. In addition, organic wines are often richer in aromas and flavors because the plants that produce the wine are stronger, more resilient and have more time to develop their natural aromas and flavors.
Organic wines are also often produced in a fairer and more sustainable manner, as winemakers offer fairer wages and conditions to workers and farming practices.
However, there are drawbacks to producing organic wine, such as a higher cost structure and lower production, as natural methods require more time and care than chemical methods.
If you are looking for a healthier and more sustainable wine experience, organic wine may be a good option. However, it is important to note that not all organic wines are created equal and it is important to choose carefully selected and reputable organic wine producers.
In conclusion, organic wine can be a great alternative to traditional wines, offering greater sustainability for the environment and the consumer. - Gerardo [TS01/23]
We are an organic certified company according to DE-ÖKO-006.
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