The Organic Wine

First of all the production of organic wines is undergoing continuous growth and its availability on the market means a continuous direction of demand with an increasingly attentive and aware consumer, who places confidence in the sustainability of the companies working in this direction.

Starting in 2012, with the entry into force of EC regulation 203/2012, we can speak transparently of organic wine thanks to the possibility of certifying the entire production chain, from harvesting to packaging the wine product.

 

When can we define an organic wine?

When comes from 100% organic grapes grown in absence of synthetic chemical agents and the management of the cellar, from vinification to bottling, must take place with a maximum concentration legal lower in the use of sulphites and with products allowed in the production of organic wines.

Important for the winegrower is the precious and balanced relationship between soil / plant and climate which forms the necessary basis for a strong vineyard, with a qualitatively healthy production.

It is essential to have more and more a natural response on the part of the plant which must prove to be able at a physiological level to produce substances antagonistic to the manifestations of the diseases that attack the vine plant most.

For the fertilization of the land, only organic fertilizers are used and for the defense of the plants preventive intervention is preferred, with the use of products of natural origin such as sulfur, copper and natural extracts that induce the plant to respond internally.

In recent years, the use of antagonists has also seen widespread use as surface colonizers that make it difficult for populations to attack and survive harmful to the plant.

 

How can I recognize an organic wine?

Organic wine is recognized by affixing the guarantee mark on the label

 

 

 

For the consumer, what are the differences between drinking certified "BIO" wine or traditional wine?

The substantial difference must be found in the synthesis residues of the finished product .

The plant, like all organisms, tends to assimilate the products with which it comes into contact and we must always remember that the transformation from must to wine involves the transfer of compounds that are present in the grape into the hydroalcoholic drink that we love so much.

Obviously the answer is yes .

Ovviamente la risposta è si.

 

What is our thinking?

We believe that the basis of our diet today must be organic.

Cultural progress and management and scientific knowledge have given wineries the possibility of being able to choose and the same possibility is given to the consumer who in our opinion must learn to select , finding in quality and organic a right way to consume wine .

  

Every day is challenging but when you love to produce and drink your work, you propose it with great respect!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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