Italian organic and low-sulphite wine

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Grapes for Italian organic wines (vino biologico in Italian) are cultivated in a way which preserves the natural balance between the vineyard and the surrounding environment. Organic winemaking was introduced by European Regulation 203/2012, and differentiates European organic wines from those produced elsewhere in the world.

The regulation requires organic winemakers to promote biodiversity within the vineyard. The soil has to be managed in a sustainable way with natural fertilisers like animal manure and compost. For fertilisers, only naturally occurring minerals, like gypsum, lime, rock phosphate and potash, can be used. Synthetic chemical fertilisers, herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, pesticides, and genetically modified organisms aren't permitted. In the cellar, the rules restrict the use of additives and limit the amount of sulphur dioxide (sulphites) used in preservation.

Italy is one of the leading countries in the world for organic wine. It has over fifty thousand hectares dedicated to organic grape growing, and is only beaten by France and Spain.

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Carvinea Organic Primitivo | Salento IGP


306 Biologico Nero d’Avola 2017 | Sicilia DOC | Decanter Silver Medal


Salvatore Tamburello 204N Grillo 2019 | Unfiltered Organic | Sicilia DOC


Salvatore Tamburello | 306N Organic Unfiltered Nero d’Avola 2018 | Sicilia DOC


Francone Barbaresco Riserva 2014 | Barbaresco DOCG | Decanter Gold Medal


Gagliole Gallule 2016 Organic Chianti Classico DOCG Riserva | Decanter Silver Medal


Gagliole organic Super Tuscan 2016 | Colli Della Toscana Centrale IGT


Gagliole Pecchia 2015 | Sangiovese | Super Tuscan


Gagliole Valetta 2017 Organic | Super Tuscan


Malvirà Roero Arneis Renesio 2018 | Roero DOCG


Malvirà Saglietto Arneis 2016 | Roero DOCG


Massimago Conte Gastone 2015 | Organic | Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG


Massimago | Marchesa Maria Bella | Valpolicella Ripasso DOC 2017


Massimago Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG 2015


Massimago Profasio 2013 | Passito Valpolicella Superiore DOC


Francone Barbaresco DOCG Gallina 2017 | Nebbiolo