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3. Santa Julia Chardonnay Organica

As you may already know, Chardonnay is the most famous white wine grape type, and it is used to produce some of the world’s finest wines. The most popular and appreciated planted varieties of Chardonnay can be found mainly in Australia, Argentina, the United States and France. The Santa Julia Chardonnay Organica is a delicious organic wine produced in the Mendoza area, the largest wine region in the country of Australia.

The Mendoza area is accountable for over 70% of the total wine production of the country, and the Santa Julia Chardonnay Organica is made by the renowned Familia Zuccardi, an impressive family-owned winery that is certified organic. This wine is a dry, white, fruity wine that encompasses different fruit flavors, from pineapple to apple and banana.

4. The Biokult Rose Wine

Produced by Biokult Wein in Austria, the Biokult Rose organic wine involves short maceration time for the optimal rose coloring and the aging period is of 7 months in steel tank. The wine has a 12.5% alcohol ratio and it comes with a pleasant melon/strawberry aroma with a mild lemon flavor, thus making it the perfect beverage for a variety of foods. Biokult Wein is one of the largest producers of high-quality organic wines in Austria, and this wine variety has been a bestseller in Europe over the past several years.

The Biokult wine is a light and versatile rose that has a very goog ageing potential, and it is made exclusively from grapes that have been certified by the USDA National Organic Program as well as by the Austrian Bio Garantie.

5. The Bezinger Organic Wine

Bezinger is a family-owned biodynamic and organic winery located in the Sonoma Valley, California. The wines are certified-sustainable, organic or biodynamic and the grapes used for the production of wine are collected exclusively from certified organic vineyards. The wine is moderately priced as a bottle can be purchased for around $45: it is the perfect choice for those who are looking for a robust wine that bursts with fruity flavors and earthy notes.

The Bezinger winery uses only natural methods to grow its grapes, such as composting to control pests and weeds or crop rotation rather than using synthetic chemicals or pesticides.