It’s of no surprise we are eager to discuss Italian organic wines. During the last few years we see more and more very exciting new artisans who are making exceptional wines.
What’s so special about Italian natural wine these days?
In this short article we discuss gut health, natural fermentation, miso and bacteria in natural wine.
Sounds a bit strange, but leaves you quite curious? Read on.
If you like me are on the lookout for the healthiest possible wines to drink, natural wines are definitely what you need.
Yet the question is how to recognize one as such?
Now, we have been in a slightly more fortunate position in terms of wine knowledge and expertise, hence we decided to compose this short shopping guide to natural wine. After all, you only need natural wine certification to guarantee you the most pure wine possible. We at Organic Wine Club are with you.
Yet it is not that simple unfortunately. There is no certification body for natural wines. No such thing, nada.
So what to do?
Last summer I had an incredible reception from our article on Paleo. It was picked up by many food bloggers and specialised paleo websites. After all, there wasn’t many resources on whether wine is Paleo friendly or not.
Even knowing now that wine is not strictly speaking Paleo, natural wine that is made of fermented grape juiced naturally, without preservatives and using native wild yeasts. It is a close as nature would have intended it to be. It appears to be just common sense.
We are truly inspired by our members who are very inquisitive about the wines and want to be sure that they match their diet and lifestyle requirements. This time we've got quite a few questions about low carb diets, sugars and subsequently sugar free wine, so here is your essential guide to it.
Sugar has been named as a public health enemy number 1, so even if you are not a diabetic, you should stay away as well.
There is a common understanding that people following low carb or cleansing diets follow a rule that allows them around 20 g of carbs a day. Obviously if you check some of the usual drinks you can get, with a pint of beer being over 13 g of carbs it will pushing the limit a lot.
What about wine and carbs?
In this short read we examine what is unfiltered wine and why there is such a hype about it currently.
Let's get to grips about the whole concept of unfiltered wine. What would one call a natural wine? Suffice to say, it is all about low intervention winemaking, not manipulating much with the process and not adding nasties along the way.
Why filtration is needed in the winemaking process anyway? Are there reasons you should try unfiltered wine?
Read our short article about unfiltered wine
Since we started our journey of retailing organic wines, there is this other term 'natural wine' that I have always been very apprehensive about using.
Do you know that the actual term ‘natural wine’ does not physically have a definition?
Read my post about what we define as natural wine and let us know your thoughts!