Anytime is a great time for organic wine, but if you’re looking for the appropriate types to sip for spring, look no further: YourDailyThread’s guide to organic spring wine and food pairings will help you find the best bottles of the season:
It’s rumored that organic grapes make better wine. With no chemical pesticides, added sulfites or preservatives allowed, we heartily agree. Certified organic wines are a great choice, especially if you are sulfite sensitive. We’ve selected four of our favorites and paired them with delicious recipes from some of our favorite food bloggers!
Hailing from organic wine mecca Mendocino County, Bonterra Organic Vineyards remains at the forefront of the organic wine movement since 1987. They’ve partnered with urban farm pioneers, Growing Power, to educate others on growing organics at home. Try their always-stellar Pinot Noir, for a warm, light red that fits effortlessly with Thyme Roasted Baby Beets from kiss my spatula.
Also try: Bonterra Organic Sauvignon Blanc.
The first producer of certified Biodynamic® Wine in the U.S., Frey Vineyards also calls Mendocino County home. Back by popular demand, Organic Gewurztraminer is a dry white wine; crisp and delightful on a spring afternoon. Try it with a simple Asian fusion such as 101 Cookbooks’s gorgeous Ottolenghi soba noodles with aubergine and mango.
Also try: Frey Organic Zinfadel.
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