Petition for a proper wine labelling legislation

Posted on October 09, 2017 by Dimitri Safonov | 1 comment

petition for a proper wine labelling legislation

Have you noticed that wine is almost the only food product that doesn’t have a full list of ingredients on its label?

Many of us have not even considered the question before. Wine is a fermented grape juice, what could be the problem?

We have created a petition on to get access to a wider audience and engage everyone in this discussion. We do not ask for money, just your opinion and feedback please. 

We invite you to support our petition for a proper wine labelling legislation and join our discussion about wine ingredients and additives.

See more here about wine additives and why it is important to include them on the label.

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Organic farming: what's the point? Will it feed us all?

Posted on September 09, 2017 by Dimitri Safonov | 0 comments

organic farming: organic definition and organic meaningIt has been over a year, we at Organic Wine Club have been working hard to serve customers who are very much into organic produce, healthier living and overall well-being for themselves, their families and wider environment. We have been writing about sulphites in wine, ethical and vegan wines, different health tips and diets, but we haven’t touched on the wider topic of what organic is as a term and what are the main issues and benefits of organic farming.

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P.E.T. for Wine?

Posted on August 21, 2017 by Alexander Thomson-Mclean | 1 comment

PET for wine?

Let me start with a question, do you remember not so many years ago when there were a few people who complained because their wine was not sealed with a cork? Oh yes indeed, I am talking about the life changing and extraordinary event that rocked the world of wine, the screw cap!

Well let me draw your attention to a slight pickle I had last week. I was feeling maybe just slightly under the weather and I knew that the recycling had to go out. Now my recycling is quite full most of the time, mainly empty wine bottles. But here I was complaining to myself about the weight of these boxes and I started to think, why is this so heavy? Then I realised, wine bottles are bulky.

Let's discuss an idea to bottle wine in P.E.T! Is it a viable solution?

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