Wine Selections Made Easy for Special Occasions
Are you planning a special occasion? Have you found the perfect wine to go with your exceptional meal? The Organic Wine Company has an extensive wine selection such as reds, whites, Bordeaux, Sauvignon Blanc, Champagne, dessert & Port wine, vegan wine plus continual new arrivals.
The Organic Wine Company has many varieties of healthy wine like bio-dynamic and organic wine and no sulfites in wine. As well, you can enjoy your online experience and shop by region, flavor, price and wine deals.
Being one of the first pioneers in the organic wine movement, the Organic Wine Company is committed to offering wines that are pleasurable to drink and respectful of the environment. They offer staff recommendations, weekly special selections, advice on what wine goes best with a certain meal, a wine club, blogs for finding accurate information on organic wines and priority access to coupons & pairing tips when you sign up for their newsletter.
Great Wine Selections & Gift Certificates
Generally, a wine enthusiast is particular about their wine. Gift certificates are the ideal gift for the wine connoisseur. Right now you can buy a $50 gift certificate and the Organic Wine Company will toss in $10 more. That is unbeatable savings.
Now if you want to buy a bottle of wine but are reluctant because you aren’t familiar with the brand or the region, be rest assured.
The Organic Wine Company is so confident in the quality of their wine that they guarantee every bottle. If you do not like the wine for whatever reason, you will be completely refunded. Plain and simple, you cannot go wrong.
Discover a new world of organic wines!
Moulin de Peyronin Bordeaux 2011
This Bordeaux is a classic claret blend, with distinctive black currant, cherry and plum flavors. It is a well-balanced, fruity, medium-bodied wine with very smooth tannins. Eighteen months of oak aging delivers a distinctive vanilla-spice aroma.
A Must Try! 2011 Moulin de Peyronin Bordeaux
Château Bousquette Saint Chinian Prestige 2009
From the Languedoc region in Southern France, this sophisticated wine is a blend of 50% Syrah, 40% Grenache, 5% Mourvedre, and 5% Carignane grapes.
It has a fantastic garnet color and a nice rich blackberry aroma. It is also coupled with black cherry and cassis type fruit.
This very elegant wine can be enjoyed with picnic type fare such as vegan roasted vegetables with Marinera, barbeque sauce dishes or Tempeh Stew & Shiitake Mushrooms.
Old World history, order today: Sorry SOLD OUT. But here is a great sub from the same region:
Domaine des Cèdres Côtes du Rhône 2012
An sophisticated wine that is dry and rich. It has earthy fruit flavors of plum and cherry that is accented by hints of black pepper and sweet cedar. This wine goes perfect with Vegetarian Calzones or barbecue type meals like Roasted Cauliflower with Garlic.
Try it today: I am so sorry, these wine are very popular and sell quickly. Her is another Côtes du Rhône and it’s organic!
2010 Domaine Denis Tardieu, Organic Cotes du Rhone
La Marouette Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 (Vegan)
From Southern France, a vegan wine that is made from 100% Organic Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. It has a deep red color with incredible ruby reflections. This wine has a distinctive nose of pepper, blackberry and cassis. It is a full bodied wine that has the aromas of chocolate and tobacco. It goes extremely well with Minestrone stew, Tempeh, Grilled Tofu or Barbecue type meals.
Reasonably priced: SOLD OUT
Guy Chaumont Pinot Noir 2010
From Old World wine country Burgundy, France. This wine is created from 100% Pinot Noir grapes. It is very smooth, aromatic and fruity. This wine has full scents of ripe berries, leather and spice on the nose. The taste is delicate but has a nice rich fruit taste. Moreover, it has the savory scents of sage married with light fruit essence.
This wine pairs well with roasted meat like lamb and goat cheese. For vegetarian fare, serve with Mushroom Risotto or a hearty vegan casserole.
Organic wine at its finest 2010 Guy Chaumont Pinot Noir
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