The organic wine market in Australia has experienced a shift in recent times with demand increasing year on year. Discover our organic wine range today.
While organic produce is nothing new, the category is a hot topic in markets across Australia. With consumers becoming more aware of the production process and having an increased desire for natural products, the demand for organic wine has grown exponentially. Here are a few to try from two of Australia’s leading producers.
Located in South Australia’s Monash Valley, Bumblebee use organic, sustainable and vegan-friendly practices to produce an exceptional chardonnay that features fresh stone fruit and citrus flavours.
Bumblebee encapsulates all that a healthy partnership with the environment should – a harmony with nature through organic, sustainable and vegan-friendly practices. This allows their shiraz to flourish, with a dark berry and cassis palate followed by ripe fruit flavours.
Red fruits and herbal aromas open up to blackcurrant flavours created by the moderate, dry climate and fertile soils of the Monash Valley, which are perfectly suited to organic viticulture. Flavours of blackcurrant, olive and mulberry underscore this dynamic and highly enjoyable cab sauv.
Did you know…
Organic wine has been tipped to become ‘the norm’ in Australia, with sales growing at a massive 54% a year.
Angove Family Winemakers have Australia’s leading range of organic wines. With no artificial herbicides, fungicides or pesticides and using only natural fertilisers, they are certified organic and vegan-friendly. This pinot grigio has delicate floral overtones with fresh aromas of green apple, lemon and grapefruit, pairing well with something like chicken in a light cream sauce.
Aromas of raspberry, red cherries and spice give way to pepper and soft oak flavours with a hint of chocolate. Perfect for cellaring for up to three years to bring out the robust qualities of this stylish organic shiraz.
Expect Angove Organic Shiraz Cabernet to produce dark fruit aromas of blackcurrant and black cherries that blend perfectly with chocolate and subtle oak flavours on the palate, with a long yet soft, earthy finish.
Did you know…
Being organic requires a different way of thinking and farming for many vineyards as they eliminate herbicides and pesticides from their vines.