Every wine in the world has sulphites, its a natural part of winemaking that simply cannot be avoided. However the level that you are exposed to can be.
Labelling laws state, that if a wine has less than 10 mg/l of sulphites only then a winemaker does not need to state this on the label, therefore making a wine 'sulphite free'. This however does not quite correlate with the scientific data which after tests have shown that individuals with a high intolerance to sulphites can withstand levels of up to 20 mg/l of sulphites.
Some of the wines in this section will contain added sulphites which is detailed on each individual page.
This weighty Pet Nat offers a fuller mouthfeel with flavours and aromas of pear and biscuit flavours with a touch of citrus and herb, with some yeast derived characters. Food...
One of the two Pinot Noirs made by Alex Craighead to express the difference in regional terroirs between Nelson and Martinborough. This comes from grapes grown in Upper Moutere and...