Invest in Our Planet with Organic Wines for Earth Day 2022
Choose Organic Wines for Earth Day 2022, and help to invest in the long-term care of our planet. The theme of Earth Day 2022 is “Invest in Our Planet” and the celebration happens all month, with Friday, April 22 being set aside as the special day of celebration. What better way to honor the Earth than to celebrate with the best organic wines for Earth Day that are good for you and good for the planet! All of our organic winery partners use organic or Biodynamic agricultural and production processes that don’t pollute the air, the water or the soil. All wines are made with 100% organically grown grapes and many are USDA Certified organic with no sulfites added. We have 100% vegan wines in our portfolio as well.
A Few Best Organic Wines for Earth Day 2022
Pizzolato Italian Spumante Brut Rosé – Veneto, Italy – SRP $16.99
The bottle is the bling, and the juice is the real thing! Palest pink with a lively and vigorous mousse of bubbles bursting with aromas and flavors of ripe strawberry, lemon zest, crunchy apples, almond blossom, and a sprinkling of ginger.
Les Hauts de Lagarde Bordeaux Rouge – Entre du Mers, Bordeaux, France – SRP $15.99
Translucent ruby red hue with cool aromatics, green herbal notes, cedar, cypress, and red currant. Palate reveals ripe red fruit, red plums, raspberries, ripe blueberries, along with cigar box spice, pencil shavings, and a strong cypress note on the finish.
Koyle La Flor Sauvignon Blanc – San Antonio Valley, Chile – SRP $14.99
Floral aromas with notes of freesia, fresh pineapple, guava, white peaches, and green strawberries giving way to white grapefruit, honeysuckle crème brûlée, beachy grasses, and a sea breeze salinity on the palate. La Flor has defined and elevated acidity and a clean mouthfeel that leaves you wanting for more.
Biokult Naken – Burgenland, Austria – SRP $19.99
Skin-contact white with delicate golden color, good tannic structure and creamy body style. Tart acidity and bright citrus flavors combine for an energetic glass dripping with juicy grape goodness. This wine is unfiltered and may contain natural sediments.
Inkarri Estate Bottled Malbec – Lujan de Cuyo, Argentina – SRP $15.99
Nose of boysenberry compote, spiced black plums, cinnamon and vanilla. This wine is bold, fruit forward, and rich, with notes of blackberry liquor, Kirschwasser, cola, berry and custard tart, fresh tobacco, and dark chocolate covered cherries.
Spartico No Sulfites Added Tempranillo/Cabernet – Valencia, Spain – SRP $12.99
Spartico is lush, medium-bodied with bright yet moderate acidity, with good structure and finish. Nose of blueberry, red cherry, laurel and bramble. On the palate, the wine reveals notes of tangy cherries, blueberry, cool blackberry compote with mint leaves and strawberry preserves.
Chateau Beaubois Cuvée Expression Rosé – Costieres de Nimes, France – SRP $15.99
Fine nose of peach, raspberries, red currants, grapefruit and exotic fruits. Lively and full on the palate with aromas of red fruits. An expressive rose wine, refreshing and crisp.
Broletto Lambrusco – Reggio Emilia, Italy – SRP $13.99
Scented with wild strawberry, ripe rhubarb, blueberries, blackcurrants, and hibiscus along with herbal notes of oregano, thyme, and anisette. On the palate, experience blackberry crème brûlée with burnt sugar. Bright but balanced acidity and just a hint of flinty minerality.
Sofos Greek Red Blend – Korinthos, Greece – SRP $13.99
Gorgeous notes of raspberries and blackberries with bramble and fresh cherry pipe tobacco on the nose give way to lush notes of under-ripe blackberry. Boysenberry, black currant, black plum, and sour cherry on the palate. Silky mouthfeel and full body finish with spicy notes of cinnamon, anise, black pepper, and crushed graphite.
Win Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Verdejo – Pozaldez, Valladolid, Spain – SRP $14.99
The wine has a clean and bright appearance, with a pale yellow color tinged by green highlights. It has a fresh aroma with fruity touches of green apple and citrus. Light tones of fennel and thyme, combined with its perfect level of carbonation, evoke a dry sparkling wine.
History of Earth Day
In 1969, peace activist John McConnell proposed a day to honor the Earth and the concept of peace, to be celebrated March 21, 1970, the first day of spring. U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson had a similar idea just one month later, after witnessing the ravages of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. He declared April 22, 1970 as a “national teach-in on the environment” called Earth Day. In the 49 years since, Earth Day has served as a catalyst to unite the vast array of groups and individuals who care for and protect the earth. It is estimated that more than 1 billion people in 192 countries now take part in what is the largest civic-focused day of action in the world.
The Theme for Earth Day 2022: Invest in Our Planet”
“This is the moment to change it all — the business climate, the political climate, and how we take action on climate. Now is the time for the unstoppable courage to preserve and protect our health, our families, our livelihoods… together, we must Invest In Our Planet.” Says EarthDay.org
“Because a green future is a prosperous future.
We need to act (boldly), innovate (broadly), and implement (equitably). It’s going to take all of us. All in. Businesses, governments, and citizens — everyone accounted for, and everyone accountable. A partnership for the planet.
And while there is still time to solve the climate crisis, time to choose BOTH a prosperous and sustainable future, and time to restore nature and build a healthy planet for our children and their children, time is short.
The Earth Day 2022 Theme is Invest In Our Planet. What Will You Do?”
Purchasing organic and Biodynamic, Non-GMO Project Verified produce and products is one step you can make in the right direction on Earth Day and every day. Our Wines are available in fine retailers and restaurants nationwide.