Collection: Organic & Biodynamic Values

Some of the most pioneering organic and biodynamic winemakers from around the wine world have been part of our portfolio for years. This is a line-up of 7 organic and biodynamic wines that are our "go-tos" when we're looking for something different!
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  • Domaine Charvin Cotes-du-Rhone Rosé 2018
    $15.00

    Rosé wine. Rhone Valley, France. Organic. 45% Grenache, 45% Cinsault, 10% Mourvèdre. Laurent Charvin's 2018 Rosé is a forward, deliciously quaffable rosé that sports a light pink/salmon color to go with upfront notes of candied cherries, melon, lavender and Provençal herbs. Forward, supple and straight-up delicious, it's a bottle that will be quickly emptied at the dinner table. This is a great rosé to serve as an aperatif or while grilling, and could easily pair with grilled seafood.

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  • Andria Gvino Saperavi Khashmi 2017
    $24.00

    Red wine. Georgia. Biodynamic. 100% Saperavi. This Saperavi, the best known of Georgia’s red grapes, is from 45 year old ungrafted vines, hand harvested and destemmed, the fermentation is spontaneous with indigenous yeasts. The wine is bottled un-fined and unfiltered and at no point in the wine making are sulfites added. This is a rich, full-bodied red with structure and grippy tannins, with air the wine shows dark red and black fruit (plums, cherries, boysenberries), spice, and a dense structured earthiness. Give this wine some air and then pair it with rich meat dishes—braises with tomatoes in particular.

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  • Henry Fuchs Sylvaner 2017
    $18.00

    White Wine. Alsace, France. Organic. 100% Sylvaner. From very old, low-yielding vines in the late-ripening Weinbaum lieu-dit. Opens with a very clear and slightly mineral bouquet with riper pear aromas. This Sylvaner is round, fresh and pure, with remarkable precision, finesse and salinity on the palate. This is a full-bodied, intense and persistent Sylvaner with good grip and a long, complex finish.

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  • Domaine Les Aphillanthes Cotes-du-Rhone Villages Vieilles Vignes 2016
    $25.00

    Red wine. Southern Rhône, France. 80% Grenache, 20% Mourvèdre. Biodynamic. An 80/20 blend of old-vine, Grenache and Mourvèdre, this wine exhibits deep aromatics of black and blue fruit, coffee, and smoke, all set against an intense mineral background. Exquisite on the palate, with an opulent texture, lovely mid-palate concentration, sweet tannin, and serious length on the finish.

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  • Domaine L'Epicourchois Phyllade 2017
    $20.00

    White wine. Loire Valley, France. Biodynamic. 100% Chenin Blanc. Phyllade is the local name for the schist soil in which the vines for this wine grow. Purchased from a fellow winemaker, Luc Percher has turned these grapes into a terroir-expressive wine with aromas of beeswax, apple, lemon, and mineral; lovely texture on the palate; and impressive length.

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  • Clos Marie Pic Saint Loup Metairies Du Clos Vieilles Vignes 2014
    $29.00
    Red wine. Pic Saint Loup, Languedoc, France. Biodynamic. 50% Grenache, 30% Carignan, 20% Syrah. "The 2014 Pic Saint Loup Metairies du Clos Vieilles Vignes checks in 50% Grenache, 30% Carignan, and 20% Syrah brought up in demi-muids. It’s a medium to full-bodied, impeccably balanced 2014. Offering notes of black cherries, black raspberries, new leather, and distinct minerality, it’s focused and elegant on the palate, with present tannins. This beautiful, complete wine will benefit from another year in bottle and keep for upwards of a decade." — 94 Points, Jeb Dunnuck (May 2019)
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  • Weingut Hüls Riesling Steffensberg Dry 2015
    $37.00
    White wine. Mosel, Germany. Organic. 100% Riesling. "This tank-rendered bottling from a mixture of older and very recently planted vines reflects a 10-15% inclusion of hand-destemmed whole berries in the ferment. While lacking the impressively forward fruitiness found in the corresponding Steffensberg – classic lime and white peach are more subdued here – and with a hint of outright lactic character incorporated into its creaminess of texture, it features an even more vivid sense of wet stone underpinnings, a pungent hint of struck flint, and a mouthwatering infusion of mineral salts, all of which add up to seriously sustained satisfaction." — 93 Points, David Schildknecht, Vinous (June 2017)
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