It’s no secret that we love our planet; we recycle corks for our customers, use real tasting glasses to avoid plastics and reward those who bring back their Weekender boxes for a refill. Many of our wines are grown and produced using Earth-friendly methods too. Give these bottles a try, pour yourself a glass and feel good about helping our home!
Biodynamic wines are grown and made using the principles of biodynamic agriculture which are based on understanding nature’s ecology, energy and spirituality.
Domaine de Dionysos “La Deveze” Côtes-du-Rhône ($15)
Smooth cherry with a bit of spice.
Bonny Doon Vin Gris de Cigare ($20)
Tart strawberries play with notes of rock, offering a lingering finish.
All of the wineries behind these bottles have been certified organic in their growing and producing methods.
Ocone Falanghina Diana Taburno ($18)
Textured with white flowers, pear, honeydew and wet stone.
Bodegas La Cartuja Priorato Tinto ($19)
Dark, rich blackberries mix with a spicey musk; a bright patch in the midst of a dark wood.
Practicing Organic Bottles
While not certified, these wineries try to use as many organic methods as possible in their winemaking.
Fuenteseca Bobal Cabernet Sauvignon ($13)
From the nose to the taste, it’s big and juicy.
Raventos i Blanc “De Nit” Rose Cava ($26)
One of our favorite cavas with layer upon layer of red fruit.
These wines are made using practices that are ecologically sound, economically viable and socially responsible.
Tablelands Sauvignon Blanc East Coast ($16)
Mineral layers alternate with lime and stone fruit.
Teresa Raiz Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso ‘Le Marsure’ Venezie ($15)
Smooth and inviting opening, full of red fruit.