Organic wines

Each year, the share of the production of wines produced by organic farming is gaining ground in France. It's a fact: with less than 17,000 hectares, or less than 1.5% of the total area of ​​the French vineyard, we will not find all our favorite wines in a "totally natural" version in a long time. But mentalities are changing....
Each year, the share of the production of wines produced by organic farming is gaining ground in France. It's a fact: with less than 17,000 hectares, or less than 1.5% of the total area of ​​the French vineyard, we will not find all our favorite wines in a "totally natural" version in a long time. But mentalities are changing. This is true for consumers who are now looking for higher quality wines but also healthier than for producers who have realized certain advantages or certain advantages of following bio-ethical standards. The precursors of this type of culture and champions of all categories are the winegrowers in the south of France (Languedoc Roussillon and Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur), which today represent more than half of the wine-growing area converted into organic farming. The wines are good, very good even if they are generally a little more expensive than their "chemical" counterparts.
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