Our quality best organic wines from across the globe consistently receive outstanding awards, including these stellar 90 Point Organic Wines. Today more than ever, consumers are seeking quality wines that are good for the planet as well as being authentic expressions of their regions and terroirs. Organic wine sales have increased exponentially over the past few months, and we are here to provide some of the cream of the crop of imported wines. Our wines are carefully crafted by family owned wineries from across the globe, produced in a thoughtful manner, with great pride instilled in every wine. These great tasting wines stand up to the best in their categories while appealing to consumers and critics alike.
90 Point Best Organic Wines from Austria – Biokult
2019 Biokult Naken Biodynamic Orange Wine – 92 Points, Wine Enthusiast July 2020
Delicate orange-rosé color with good tannic structure and creamy body style. Tart acidity and bright citrus flavors combine for an energetic glass dripping with juicy grape goodness. Dry farmed, wild yeast fermentation, unfiltered, Demeter Certified Biodynamic,
2019 Biokult Zweigelt Biodynamic Rosé – 90 Points, Wine Enthusiast July 2020
Appetizing notions of strawberry and ripe pear appear immediately in this wine. The light, dry palate follows suit with equally joyful, fruity exuberance. It’s light, easy and utterly fruit-driven. Dry farmed, wild yeast fermentation, sugar free, Demeter Certified Biodynamic.
Biokult unites a group of organic vintners with the shared goal of producing organic wines of the highest quality – wines that embody regional identity and bring pure, natural enjoyment in the glass. All biokult vintners are obliged to certified organic production, environmental protection, biodiversity, and the promotion of healthy soils in their vineyards. No artificial fertilizers and stabilizers guarantee unadulterated enjoyment.
90 Point Best Organic Wine from Spain – Tarantas
NV Tarantas Cava – 90 Points, Wine & Spirits – June 2020
“A bright, rich DO Cava from Requena, near Valencia, this is a quaffable blend of macabeo and chardonnay. It smells of yellow apples, peaches and budding flowers. The freshness lingers long enough to bridge from oysters to meaty white fish.”
Tarantas Wines – Utiel-Requena Spain
“Wine with Body and Soul from the Heart of Spain.” The Tarantas brand name and label were inspired by the free-flowing, open art form of Flamenco song and dance of the same name, celebrated in Southeast Spain. Located in the Utiel-Requena DO region near Valencia, exclusively producing Spanish organic wines since 1994.Traditional artisan organic wine making craft passed on for family generations combined with organic agriculture on lime-crusted sandy soils within a National Reserve Park = superb Spanish organic wines.
90 Point Best Organic Wines from Italy – Pizzolato
Our winery partner La Cantina Pizzolato proudly produces 90+ Point Pizzolato Fields Proseccos, in both Frizzante and Spumante styles, both made with 100% organically grown grapes, certified Vegan and Non-GMO Project Verified.
“This wine opens with alluring aromas of Jasmine, beeswax and Bosc pear. The juicy, elegant palate delivers green apple, lemon zest and hazelnut, alongside bright acidity, and refined, persistent bubbles.”
“Made with organically farmed grapes, this opens with enticing aromas of citrus blossom and Bartlett pear. The bright palate delivers white peach, lemon zest and almond alongside crisp acidity and refined bubbles.”
“Ruby color. Aromas of mixed berry fruit leather, strawberry, potters clay, rose hip jam, and roasted mushrooms with a crisp, dryish full body and a medium-long black pepper and caramelized squash finish. A tasty and balanced Chianti with great table-appeal.”
La Cantina Pizzolato – 5 Generations of Quality Winemaking
The Pizzolato family has been working in the agricultural sector for more than five generations, consistently living in harmony with nature and the environment. The winery combines five generations of farming history and tradition with a deep commitment to organic wine production. This consideration of the natural world creates Italian organic wines of the highest quality.
Cantina Pizzolato has infused sustainability into every aspect of the production process: the use of green energy, half of which is self-produced thanks to a photovoltaic system on the roof of the winery; the reduction of waste through innovative and energy-efficient machinery; the automatic on-off switches for the light systems; the localized thermostats; and the phyto-purification and reduction of water consumption in the vineyards through micro-irrigation. These are some of the many sustainable commitments that La Cantina Pizzolato has made within their ecosystem, showing how through some small gestures and cutting-edge systems it is possible to limit the energetic impact of the winery. True expressions of a promise to respect the local environment and society.
90 Point Best Organic Wines from Chile – Vina Koyle – Robert Parker Wine Advocate
We are thrilled that our entire portfolio of Demeter Certified Biodynamic Vina Koyle wines from Chile are now 90 point wines or higher as reviewed by Robert Parker Wine Advocate. From the heart of Chile’s Alto Colchagua Valley near Santiago, these special wines are some of the finest of the region. All Koyle wines are Terroir oriented, and 100% of the wines are single vineyard. The Vina Koyle estate encompasses a variety of plots, each offering a different elevation and soil type – micro-terroirs – producing several lines of wines with their own unique character.
2018 Koyle Gran Reserva Carmenere – 91 Points, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
“The 2018 Gran Reserva Carmenere was bottled with 13.5% alcohol and good acidity, showcasing the new style of fresher Carmenere with less ripeness and alcohol than in the past. In fact, this is very drinkable . It fermented with indigenous yeasts and matured in oak barrels for 14 months. It has a fresh nose of herbs and spices but it’s not green. There is also a meaty note here. It’s medium-bodied and easy to understand, with a tender texture and very fine tannins. 84,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in June 2019.”
2017 Koyle Gran Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon – 90 Points, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
“The 2017 Gran Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon was cropped from a warm and • healthy year with grapes from their lower-altitude terraces in Los Lingues. It’s not a 100% varietal wine, as it has small percentages of Malbec and Petit Verdot. It fermented with 50% uncrushed grapes to produce a semi-carbonic maceration, aiming to keep some extra freshness. It matured in oak barrels for 16 months. It’s fruit-driven and straightforward, clean and juicy. It has contained ripeness, keeping good freshness for the conditions of the year. 115,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in December 2018.”
2019 Koyle Costa La Flor Sauvignon Blanc – 91 Points, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
“The 2019 La Flor Costa Sauvignon Blanc was produced with grapes from San Antonio (of which Leyda is a sub-appellation) on the coastal mountain range 20 kilometers away from the ocean, where the soils are rich in granite. It fermented mostly in stainless steel, with 20% of the volume fermented in concrete egg. It was kept with the lees for four months. It has aromas of white flowers and citrus with the austerity of the granite, which is already noticeable on the nose as well as in the texture and the linear, clean palate. This wine is certified organic and they work biodynamically. It ends dry and with an almost salty twist. 2019 was a warmer year, more in the style of 2017. This is a new wine that started in 2018. 12,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in July 2019.”
2017 Koyle Royale Cabernet Sauvignon – 91 Points, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
“The 2017 Royale Cabernet Sauvignon was sourced from the second and third terraces of their vineyards in Los Lingues and contains 11% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot. They used 30% uncrushed grapes for the fermentation with indigenous yeasts. It matured in oak barrels for 22 months. They managed to keep the tension and freshness in a very warm year-the fruit is ripe, but there is no heat in the wine. The fruit is darker, and there is a notable absence of herbal aromas. 62,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in January 2019.”
2017 Koyle Royale Carmenere – 90 Points, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
“The 2017 Royale Carmenere, which also contains 7% Petit Verdot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 3% Malbec was produced with grapes from the second and third terrace of their estate in Los lingues. It fermented with indigenous yeasts and matured in barrique for 22 months . You can notice the ripeness of the vintage, which was extremely warm. The grapes were picked very early because they ripened early. The fruit is darker, with some notes of plums, and it’s quite ripe, displaying the 14.5% alcohol. It’s a more concentrated wine reflecting the very low yields of the year. There is a notable absence of herbal aromas to the point where it’s not easy to recognize it as a varietal Carmenere. 42,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in January 2019.”
2018 Koyle Cerro Basalto Cuartel G2 – 95 Points, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
“The 2018 Cerro Basalto Cuartel G2 comes from their basalt hill, specifically from the plot they call G2, and it’s very different from the Mediterranean blend Cerro Basalto, as this is exclusively Carmenere and Cabernet Franc (in a proportion of 82/18). They changed the vinification of this wine from 2017 when they started maturing the wine in a 3,000-liter oak foudre, and the result is a wine with a lot less influence from the oak. The vines are planted at 9,000 plants per hectare, and the plants yield no more than 500 grams of grapes, so they ripen very early while keeping very good freshness. The result is a very aromatic expression of the Carmenere, with lots of freshly cracked peppercorn and green coffee aromas, and the acidity makes it very long on the palate. It’s tasty and vibrant and extremely balanced. 4,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in November 2019.”
2016 Koyle Cerro Basalto – 95 Points, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
“2016 was a very good year, and the 2016 Cerro BasaIto shows spectacular freshness. It’s a blend of Monastrell, Garnacha, Caririena and less than 5% Syrah. They use a lot less Syrah because they feel the grape marks the blend too much. On the other hand, the percentage of Garnacha in the blend has been growing, and it makes for a juicier and longer wine with more red fruit notes. It has a very high drinkability. The varieties mature separately for one year before the wine is blended and put in a foudre, and this seems to work very well. The varieties are very integrated, and the wine is vibrant and very juicy. There are some floral notes that develop with time in the glass, and the palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannins. There is a faint earthy sensation in the texture that I associate with the volcanic soils. There are some 6,700 bottles of this. It was bottled in December 2017. It’s polished and drinkable but it should continue evolving nicely in bottle for a few more years.”
2015 Koyle Auma – 94 Points, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
“The flagship 2015 Auma is a blend of 39% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Carmenere, 13% Cabernet Franc, 8% Malbec, 6% Merlot and 1% Petit Verdot from selected plots on the second and third terraces of their vineyard in Los Lingues, where the soils are rich in basalt and the vines yield between 300 and 800 grams of grapes per plant. The destemmed but uncrushed grapes fermented in 600-liter oak barrels with native yeasts, and the wines from the varieties matured in French barriques for 24 months; the wines were then blended and kept in concrete eggs for nine months before bottling. This has a lot more of a classical profile, especially when tasted next to the Cerro Basalto bottling. This could be more in the Bordeaux style, as the zone had a great influence on the wines from Chile. Made from ripe but early-harvested grapes, this wine had a longer maceration at lower temperature and matured in small vessels, looking for the balance of the blend they want to achieve. Since 2013, the wine has been made with Cabernet Franc and Merlot instead of the Syrah used in the initial vintages, going for a full Bordeaux blend. 2015 is a very balanced year. The wine has a powerful palate and polished tannins, with clean and marked flavors and a long finish. This could very well be the finest vintage for this wine to date. 4,500 bottles produced. It was bottled in November 2017.”
Viña Koyle was born from the tradition that the family Undurraga carry in their blood; a family dedicated to winemaking for more than 6 generations, started by Francisco Undurraga Vicuña in 1885. Koyle places their greatest effort on the expression and understanding of the vineyard. It is based on 3 pillars: man, place and environment. It is through a Biodynamic approach that they have found the best way to get intimately close to the expression of nature. Through achieving balance, unique wines are obtained that express the harmony found in unifying the cosmic and terrestrial world. The deep respect of the ecosystem, natural cycles and the dedication of human work are used to achieve these wines of excellence.
All Koyle estate-grown grapes are harvested by hand and vinified with a low-intervention philosophy to preserve their natural expression, freshness and finesse. They are “wild fermented” with indigenous yeast, then aged in French oak for 14 months and bottled at the ideal moment. The wines are characterized by good structure, elegance, freshness and balance. They are concentrated wines with good acidity, that show their own notes of the distinct terroir of their origin.
90 Point Best Organic Wine from Argentina – Inkarri Winemaker’s Reserve Malbec
2016 Inkarri Winemaker’s Reserve Malbec – 90 Points Robert Parker
2017 Vintage – Tim Atkin 92 Points
“Fresher, subtler and with nicely integrated oak, the 2016 Inkarri Winemaker’s Selection Malbec was produced with grapes grown in Altamira in the Valle de Uco, where the wines tend to be lighter. 2016 was a rainy and cool year that resulted in elegant wines like this one, which is floral and fruit-driven. It was aged in 3,000- and 5,000-liter oak vats for 12 months.” Robert Parker Wine Advocate
2018 Inkarri Red Blend – 90 Points James Suckling
“Tons of blueberries and elderberries in this powerful and fleshy wine, which has a solid, tannic base, but no hint of hardness. A blend of 74 per cent tannat, 19 per cent syrah, 5 per cent cabernet franc and 2 per cent malbec. Drink or hold.”
The Inkarri brand is produced by Proviva Winery, based in the heart of Mendoza, Argentina. Proviva embodies the quest for a wine identity that is both original and authentic. Their estate-grown wines are produced exclusively from organic and Biodynamic vineyards located in the best terroirs of Mendoza. The resulting varietal wines are the purest expression of the region’s outstanding calcareous soils. Organic and Biodynamic agriculture guarantee a viticulture with no inputs, where vines authentically express the character of place.
90 Point Best Organic Wines from Spain – Granza
Renowned wine reviewer James Suckling rated our Granza Wines from Spain 90+ Points. These ratings are significant for any wine, but especially important for these wines made with 100% organically grown grapes. Granza is produced by Bodegas Familiares Matarromera deep in the heart of the Ribera de Duero region of Spain
2016 Granza Tinta de Toro – 93 Points, James Suckling
“This has an assertive, brash core of fleshy dark berries and plums. The palate has punchy, convincing blackberry flavor. Dense, fleshy and really delicious.”
2016 Granza Tempranillo, Ribera del Duero – 90 Points, James Suckling
Bodegas Familiares Matarromera facilities are partially buried in the north hillside of the Duero Valley with beautiful views of the entire valley of the municipal district of Valbuena de Duero in Valladolid.
Matarromera has achieved great international success and continues to receive prestigious awards and recognition for its wine and overall business development. Bodegas Familiares Matarromera applies superior technology for the highest quality winemaking.
Matarromera infuses tradition and innovation along with the highest quality grapes into all of its wines. Matarromera produces under four Appellations of Origin surrounded by the Duero River: Ribera del Duero, Cigales, Toro and Rueda.
GRANZA is named after a story linked to the land—the trace of the heads of wheat left by the wind on the field. That field eventually hosts the roots of the vines located in the heart of the D. O.s Ribera de Duero, Rueda and Toro.
90 Point Best Organic Wines from Bordeaux – Maison Raymond
2016 En Mémoire du Malbec – 92 Points, Wine System International Organic Wine Award
Bordeaux has always had Malbec in its vineyards although it is rare. This unusual wine shows how, in a fruity year, the grape can work well. The tannins are soft, giving a juicy black-fruited wine that is forward and delicious to drink now for its succulent fruit.
Maison Raymond – Quality Organic Wines from Bordeaux
Maison Raymond produces the highest quality AOC Bordeaux organic wines. Located in the Entre-Deux-Mers region, not far from the city of Bordeaux, their wines have grown in the villages of Saint-Laurent-du-Bois, Saint-Martial, and Saint-Felix de Conclude since medieval times. The Raymond family has a long history of growing wine, dating back to 1850.