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Why you should choose an organic wine in 2020


Colchagua, wines, organic, Valle de Casablanca

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With each passing year, it grows more evident that we should be choosing products that are made more consciously. Here we’ll give you three reasons why your next wine should be an organic wine.

With all of the information available in 2020, as consumers we’ve become more conscious of our decisions. We are also able to understand everything we eat and consume has an impact on our health, while at the same time understanding that the production processes may be harmful to the environment. Today it’s easier to see the consequences of the many industries that have exploited the environment irresponsibly, making products that are more synthetic than natural.

Why you should choose an organic wine in 2020

 

We hope these 3 reasons will encourage you to try one.

 

1-171.The flavors are more expressive

Just as we explained in a previous blog post, organic wines tend to better reflect their origin. Why? Because during their production fertilizers are not used, which allows the vines to really nourish themselves from the soil, with the minerals naturally found there. In the same post, we mentioned as an example hydroponic products; they often look beautiful, but are lacking in real flavor.

Although there are many who say the differences between an organic wine and a conventional wine are almost imperceptible, don’t forget another important factor: an organic wine is made from healthy grapes that have very little intervention. It is indisputably a more natural and fresher product, with a more concentrated flavor. The absence of chemicals allows the wine to maintain higher levels of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. And only natural yeasts are used, not synthetic. 

 

 

2-172. Better for the environment

Just as we mentioned before, organic wines reject all use of chemicals and help promote biodiversity. Just as the Savage Vines page explains, using these chemical products can affect the pH of the soil, and kill insects and other species that may be beneficial to the soil. They can also contaminate ground water and other local water sources. That’s why the process of organic wine is much eco-friendlier.

In the blog The Difference between organic and traditional wine, you can see some of the practices typical of organic wine. Among them is the production of compost from the waste produced during harvest. 

 

3-153.They are made while respecting their local environment

Organic wines, made in ways that respect the environment in general, and the health of the consumers, is also respectful of the area where it’s made, including, for example, the local communities found near the winery and vineyards. 

Viñedos Veramonte has a variety of initiatives that help support the local communities. One of these is a fair that helps promote the businesses and their local products. This way, we combine the experience of wine with the traditions and culture of our valley.

 

Conclusion

Choosing an organic wine does not only mean choosing a more natural product, but signifies caring for the soils where it comes from, and being conscious of everything that occurs in the area surrounding the vineyard. When we talk about sustainable products, we refer to sustainable over time, that participate in a circular economy. It’s not simply a trend, but a choice that confirms our commitment to our consumers as well.

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