Great Italy organic Chianti DOCG – Made in Italy
“In a high-teach era, we must not forget the key role of the rithm of the heart”. From this important concept, we source the need to recover a philosophic walk who could drive us to make more focus on a way of eating and drinking more coherent with mother Nature’s teaching. Red wine Chianti DOCG comes from this priciples, respecting the local land and paying the highest attention to limit the stress of the vineyard and the soil where the grapes grow, leaving them to grow up in a very spontaneous way. A very ethical agricolture who has always characterized our winemaking, and that is also monitorized by our technicians and certified by the local specific organizations. Ruby red colour, with nice fruity bouquet, Campoluce has a good body and a fresh and smooth taste, with a good balance. We suggest to pair it with pasta, noodles, main courses with meat and vegetables and, all kind of organic dishes.
“There’s a lot of confusion over organic wines, and for good reason. Grapes can be certified organic, as can entire vineyards or the wineries themselves. But even wines made from organically grown grapes can’t always be labeled as “organic wine” – if sulfites, which can be naturally occurring or added – exceed certain concentrations. By law, 100% organic is as pure as it gets, but a wine can be labeled “organic” even if it is 90% organic – but only if those sulfite concentrations are low. And, a vineyard can’t label its grapes organic until it’s completed three growing seasons without using chemical pesticides or fertilizers.
Adding to the confusion, some winemakers fear that buyers perceive organic wines as being lower in quality, so even if they’re growing their grapes and making their wines to highest organic standards, they may not want to label their bottles as such.
Great Italy organic Chianti “In a high-teach era, we must not forget the key role of the rythm of the heart”. From this important concept, we source.
For the purposes of this feature, we’re lumping all the aforementioned together. If it meets USDA organic standards – for 100% organic, plain-old organic, or “made with organically grown grapes” – whether the winemaker trumpets the fact or not – we’re highlighting it. But only if we’ve tasted it and believe it deserving of your table.
We have all the details on what makes organic wine organic, so delve in for more details. Or continue perusing this feature for the lowdown on some of our favorite “organic” wines.
Ordinarily Chianti has a fruity scent and tastes dry and snug. Chianti from Tuscany stays the all-time favored with travelers specially and is most effectual liked with a Tuscan sunset turning the fields to gold and the cypress trees a darkish green as they outline the curves of the romantic Tuscan countryside.