Saturday, October 22, 2011

Getting Crunchy with Katie: Why Your Next Bottle of Wine Should be Organic Wine

Although I drink wine all year long, the fall is a perfect time for thinking about wine because the grapes are picked and begin their process toward becoming wine.  

My first experience with organic wine was in Napa Valley, California.  My mom and I started our wine tasting day at an organic winery.  We were not impressed at all.  For the past three years, I’d written off organic wines as being mediocre, not worth spending money on when there are so many more delicious wines to be experienced.  One trip to a local wine store completely changed my perception.

Click over to my post at Mommy Living the Life of Riley Blog to learn why your next bottle of wine should be organic wine.  I think you will also be pleasantly surprised: 
http://www.mommylivingthelifeofriley.com/eco-friendly-green-living/getting-crunchy-with-katie-top-3-reasons-why-your-next-bottle-of-wine-should-be-organic-wine/.

>> Have you ever tried organic wine?  What did you think?


6 comments:

Erin said...

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Colie's Kitchen said...

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tubbytelly at gmail dot com said...

My MIL is always telling me about the huge amounts of pesticides the french use in their wine grape growing.

All Natural Katie said...

Tubbytelly - it is so funny that we never think about all the processed produce like wine, jams, juices and that we have to buy organic ones also.

Homemade for Elle said...

Hello! I found your blog over at Meet & Greet Monday on http://www.reducefootprints.blogspot.com

I have tried organic wine before - and love it! Are there any specific brands that you like?

Love your site!

All Natural Katie said...

@Elle - There are a few brands that Whole Foods sells for around $10-$13, which I find reasonable for USDA Organic wine. Your select may depend on your local Whole Foods.

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