Organic Wine Club brings you expertly handpicked organic wines.
Why organic is important? Do you know that grapes accumulate more harmful pesticides and herbicides than most other fruit? It means that conventional wines are not just alcohol, they come with additional harmful additives. Why do you need to drink it?
Organic wine is made from grapes grown organically. Organic farming presumes that no harmful pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and chemical fertilisers are allowed to grow the grapes. No artificial or synthetic preservatives were used, no colours added and no agents added to alter the taste; obviously nothing genetically modified.
Common sense tells us that less toxins and less harmful substances will mean healthier you. That is how you can care for yourself better. Organic wines are richer in nutrients & antioxidants* with no harmful pesticide residue.
Here are a few of our bestselling wines from £8:
and also some fantastic examples of superb organic wines for special occasions:
We have handpicked a few of our expressive organic wines for mixed organic wine cases, vegan friendly, allergen free white wines, no sulphites added wines and low tannin red wine cases that start from £56:Why consider drinking natural wines?
Natural wines with no added sulphites are living wines, lighter & better consumed by your liver, no wine allergy reaction or sulphite intolerance. Vegan wines are produced without animal derived materials for filtration or fining.
How about a very exclusive access to your own Members Only cases full of limited edition wines and additional savings? Buy one of our wine club cases and you are one of our Members who will enjoy all these benefits. There are no fees involved just savings and extra benefits for our members. Sign up for our newsletter below and get £8 voucher to spend on your first order!
Not too sure yet how you will get on with organic and/or natural wines?
Try one of our mini cases of 2-3 bottles of organic wine and make your own opinion
*Organic wine benefits as per Department of Human Nutrition at the University of Southampton, University of Rome’s Clinical Nutrition, University of California at Davis and University of Newcastle.