Wines from the Chianti region in Italy are organic and have been around for centuries. The first organic wine was produced by a group of farmers who were tired of using pesticides to grow grapes, so they decided to use organic farming methods instead. This organic Chianti wine (vino chianti biologico) is the perfect drink for those who want an earthy flavor or those new to drinking alcohol since it has a lower alcohol content than most wines at 13%.
The organic Chianti wine has a light, fruity taste and is typically dry. It’s best served chilled or at room temperature with food such as fish, chicken, Italian salad, or pasta in tomato sauce. The organic flavor makes it the perfect drink for those who want to feel less guilty about what they’re consuming because organic wine never contains ethyl alcohol.
One of the main reasons why organic wines are so healthy is that there isn’t any sugar added like some other wines on the market which can lead to high blood pressure and weight gain if consumed too often.
There is an extensive history behind this type of wine from Italy dating back centuries ago when peasants made their grape juice by crushing grapes between stones called “Pietra secca” and then fermenting them to make wine.
Drink it with cheese, enjoy it classically:
Chianti Classico is a wine for organicists and newbies alike. Most organic Chianti wine is of high quality, but some can be low in taste or made with lower alcohol content. It’s important to keep this in mind when choosing which organic wine you want to drink so that it will meet your needs and expectations.
For organic wines to maintain their organic qualities there are certain practices required by law such as using only organic grapes in the production of the wine and not adding any other substances like sugar during fermentation.
Savory and Sweet Tastes of Italy
Chianti Classico is an organic wine made from grapes grown in the Chianti region of Italy. It has a light, fruity taste and it’s typically dry as opposed to sweet like other wines on the market which can lead you into sugar highs if consumed too often.