t Joseph Domaine Amphores, that's the domain of vases to us 21st Century folk. In ancient Greece, Amphora were often used to tell the tales...
Some will be sceptical about the moon’s role in winemaking, “it has no opposable thumbs, how can it pick grapes?” You may ask. Yet we...

Laukote Rioja Alavesa 2021

£14.00
A young red wine from one of the smallest wineries in Rioja. Fresh, fruity, well structured, and certified organic. On the nose this Rioja Alavesa...
This wine is named after the winery cat, the Jauma Tikka Cosmic Cat offers a nose full of vibrant candied fruit. On the palate it...

Putting it simplistically, organic wine is wine made from organically farmed grapes. Which means the grape growing process generally excludes the use of artificial chemical fertilisers, pesticides, fungicides and herbicides. The standards for what constitutes “organic farming” of grapes vary from country to country. 


And then, there is the second phase of winemaking, fermentation of the grapes into wine, in order to be classed as organic, 95% of the ingredients used must come from organically produced animals, plants, or ingredients.