The Best Organic Wines to Try – Top Organic Wines from 2023

Vintage Roots

If you’re looking for new organic wines & drinks to try, then this list of some of the best organic wines out there is just for you. These are organic wines that were popular among our customers in 2023 – and for a good reason: They all taste fabulous, are good value and let’s not forget they’re organic so made with the environment in mind too!

Seven Top Organic Red Wines

First on this list is one of our best value no sulphur added reds, the black fruit forward and juicy Bohem No Added Sulphur Tempranillo from Bodegas Latue.

Second on the list is another no sulphur added Spanish red, the award-winning Carta Roja Pura Monastrell from Spain’s sunny Jumilla region.

Next we are headed to Italy for the popular Mont’albano Refosco / Merlot, an adaptable, easy-drinking red with soft, dark red fruits.

An easy-drinking red made from a blend of three grapes, our own label Organic Roots Rouge from southern France is also a firm favourite.

The Elementa Primitivo is another popular Italian red. Primitivo is the same varietal as Zinfandel, known for producing rich and flavourful full-bodied reds.

This elegant organic Malbec from Domaine Bousquet is always a popular red too. 91 Points – Tim Atkin MW (2018 Vintage).

Domaine

Domaine Bousquet Malbec

Argentina

2020/2021

75cl

14%

£12.50

Another favourite, Château Couronneau Bordeaux Supérieur is crammed full of blackberry and damson with a nuance of florality towards the finale.

Four Popular Organic Whites

best organic wines

First for organic whites is this no sulphur added white from Bodegas Latue, the Bohem Airen, made one of the most widely planted white grapes in the world (Airen).

Next is our own Wild Thing Sauvignon Blanc, a fresh and lively white from Spain made in association with the Born Free Foundation.

Next is the limited release No Added Sulphur White from Steller Organics in South Africa, a wine made only in the best vintages.

Giol’s Pinot Grigio is another top-choice white made from one of the most trendy white grapes today, Pinot Grigio.

Two Popular Rosés 

For organic rosés, made from Grenache, Merlot and Syrah, the delicate southern-French Vin de France ‘Le Bistro’ Rosé was a top organic rosé last year.

Another popular rosé is this Mallorcan blush from Can Axartell that’s made from a blend of three grapes and full of Mediterranean charm.

Three popular organic fizzies

For a much-loved organic Champagne, Champagne Fleury’s Blanc de Noirs continues to remain enduringly popular. Grand Gold Medal – Mundus Vini. 

Another popular organic sparkling wine is Albet i Noya’s Petit Albet Brut, a wonderfully rounded generous Spanish fizz made in the Cava style.

For something lightly fizzy, try Giol’s Rubino Frizzante, a delicious lightly sparkling rosé that’s incredibly versatile with food from expert organic Prosecco makers Giol.

Three top classic wines

Chablis is a famous French Chardonnay appellation, and our most popular recently has been Domaine Goulley’s Petit Chablis.

Another popular French white has been the Domaine de la Verpaille Macon-Villages Vieilles Vignes, a tremendous value white Burgundy made from 100-year-old vines.

Sancerre is yet another well-known style of French white (made from Sauvignon Blanc), and this one here from Vincent Gaudry remains consistently impressive.

Popular Organic Beers

For a popular organic beer, Sam Smith’s Organic Lager is a brilliant lager with fruity and toffee notes in the finish.

Our own Vintage Roots Organic Lager, a classic and fresh Bavarian organic lager also had a lot of fans last year.

A Popular Organic Cider 

This organic cider is a great value and flavoursome, authentic French cider made from a number of local apple varieties and with no added sulphur.

A Favourite Organic Gin

If you’re looking for an aromatic, flavourful organic Gin that’s, then look no further than Juniper Green’s Organic London Dry Gin. 

We hope you’ve enjoyed this selection of some of our most popular organic wines and drinks from 2023 … cheers to a joyous and flavourful year ahead!

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