If you plan to serve alcohol at your wedding, offering a red wine on the bar will appeal to a wide range of guests. And choosing an organic red wine will make a statement about your passion for reducing planetary impact. Many people believe that red wine is beneficial to their health and offering a pesticide-free variety will please their palettes event more. We discovered these three organic red wines to consider serving at your celebration, but of course, we recommend a “taste test “ with your betrothed to choose your favorite:
Frey Vineyards in Mendocino County makes organic wine with no sulfites added and claims to be the first maker of certified Biodynamic® Wines in the U.S.
They are family-owned and operated, and today a third generation helps with the production of fine organic wines in a tradition of sustainability started 30 years ago. Their innovative winemaking techniques compensate for the lack of sulfites, a synthetic preservative which can induce headaches, sniffles, and other allergic reactions in some people. Their passion is producing organic wine of the highest quality while caring for planet and palate alike.
Visit their web site for internet specials and to learn where to find their wines in your area.
Since 1985 the vineyards of the Ca’ Bruzzo winery have been cultivated using eco-compatible organic farming methods and a balanced eco-system to provide a natural defense against the overpopulation of pests. And they do not use pesticides, chemical fertilizers or herbicides. This organic winery, a member of the Italian Association for Organic Agriculture, bottles six varieties of red wine, grown on lush Italian hillside vineyards for a total production of no more than 20,000 bottles of fine Italian wine each year.
Source this wine at your local wine store or visit their web site.
The visionaries of Emiliana Winery in Chile realized in the late 1990s that the market was beginning to change and consumers worldwide were becoming more aware of the products they were consuming, not only for health reasons, but also with respect to their social and environmental impacts. So they created a winery that was 100% organic and biodynamic with the firm objective of making wines of the highest quality with great respect for nature. Now, after more than a decade, what began as a dream has become a complete portfolio of wines backed by major national and international awards and recognition and that meet the new need of today’s consumers. They promote social responsibility and sustainability and produce organic wines with unique character and personality.
Visit their web site to learn more but plan to source this wine at your local wine store.