What is organic wine?

Discover the truth behind non-interventionist winemaking in Italy at our Organic, Biodynamic and Natural Wines class

Can you...

Questions from clients about organic and biodynamic winemaking have become common over the last couple years, joining concerns about taste, price and region of origin as primary considerations in many purchases. As people become increasingly concerned with the methods used to make their food it is no surprise that wine, often the most expensive element of a meal, has come under greater scrutiny.

...tell...

At Vino we embrace the movement towards more natural production methods and seek producers who do their best to make as pure a wine as possible. We also have learned that nothing is simple when it comes to understanding the thicket of certifications and regulations that have emerged from the myriad bureaucracies, here and in Europe, that attempt to control what we drink.

...the difference?

Please join us this Wednesday for a tasting and discussion designed to provide insight into an emerging element in Italian and international winemaking that has already permanently changed the way we view both the enjoyment and business of wine.

Organic, Biodynamic and Natural Wines
with Jim Hutchinson, DWS, and Kayt Mathers

Wednesday, November 5
6:30-8:30pm
$75
SPACE IS LIMITED!

Vino
121 East 27th Street
New York, NY 10016

For more information please call 212-725-6516 or email register@vinosite.com.

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One Response to What is organic wine?

  1. Arjun Cotton says:

    i wonder how my father would cope with this

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