No Sulphites Added Wine Case | 6/12 White Organic Wines

This no sulphites added wine case of 6 or 12 organic white wines, which consists of 1 or 2 bottles of each wine:
  • La Biancara Masieri Garganega, Italy - the wine tastes very fresh, with toasty almonds and stone fruit, generous citrus notes and just a little bit of crumbly biscuits on top. It is elegantly aromatic and with a subtle richness, yet it is destined to be enjoyed chilled and aid refreshment.
  • Nosso Verdejo, Castilla Y Leon, Spain - given its vinification method, when opening, it will display a most enjoyable modest spritz but this will dissipate after a couple of minutes in the glass. This is a most singular offering whose creation has involved the accumulated wisdom of six generations of family winemaking; so please dispel in advance any pre-conceptions you may have – in other words do not expect a conventional Rueda. Shellfish, creamy pastas and tarragon lamb dishes and superb with this delightful wine.
  • Pierre Frick Chasselas, Alsace, France - a buttercup yellow wine created by Jean-Pierre Frick. This white wine without added sulphites, offers enticing and altogether unusual aromas of dry sherry, medlars, greengage and fermenting cider apples; the palate, however, reveals excellent tension with slithery acidity. Enjoy with mushroom risotto, onion tart, pasta and salads.
  • Gavi 'Spinola' from Castello di Tassarolo, Italy - Gavi is a classic white with delicate stone and orchard fruits and some minerality. We personally think that it tastes like a good, but still, sparkler - you do not get bubbles, but instead rich biscuit and nutty flavour profile. Soft apple-crumble flavours, lasting quite long on the palate with its crumbly biscuits, tangy and broad not spritzy and lean, with an enveloping savouriness. Truly inspired with Pad Thai, sea bream and crunchy salads.
  • Albet i Noya Nosodos Xarel-Lo, Penedes, Spain - only perfectly healthy selected grapes and meticulous winemaking, has produced a great and authentic wine with no sulphur at all added, (Sodos in Catalan relates to sulphur, so Nosodos means 'no sulphur'!). This dry white wine is made from 90% Xarello and 10% Chardonnay, this dry and clean white has lovely melon and citrus qualities with a big thread of Penedès minerality thoughout. Chilled starters, balsamic salads and plaice are all great with this wine.
  • El Carro, Alicante, Spain - this incredibly wine with its zingy ochre colour offers a full spectrum of aromas  toffee, orange blossom and fennel with some delicate floral undertones. This medium body wine has a delicious acidity and freshness, as well as the array of aromas and flavours of white and citrus fruits, rich honey and mineral tones with a long and elegant finish. Fresh seafoods including robust fish and shellfish, rice dishes, smooth pates with mature cheeses or simply as an aperitif on its own is a great way to enjoy this wine.


We have prepared plenty of information on organic wine benefits including reviews and useful guides. Find them on Grapes Alive! our natural lifestyle blog.

Read more about no sulphites added wine labelling here (short read). Find out more about differences between organic, vegan and natural wines here (long read)

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