Low Sugar and Organic Wines Pt. 2

Low Sugar and Organic Wines: Part 2

Since writing our last version of the Low Sugar & Organic Wines blog post, we’ve added new products to our Cellar Collection. Today, we’re looking at some of the new low sugar and low sulfite wines worth trying. We’ve also put together some food suggestions for the ultimate pairing!

Low Sugar Wines

Dry white wines are typically low in sugar (natural and added) and rely on the grapes for any sort of sweetness. French Chardonnay, Italian Pinot Grigio, and Marlborough or French Sauvignon Blanc are some of our favorites! Give one of these Cellar Collection whites a try:

Cellar Collection Suggestion

Suggested Food Pairing

Bottles of wine

Low Sulfite/Organic Wines

Sulfites are one of the most often discussed aspects of wine. There is no such thing as a 100% sulfite-free wine. Sulfur dioxide (SO2) is a natural compound that is always produced during fermentation. This helps preserve freshness and prevents oxidation, which leads to that vinegar taste spoiled wine can have. Sulfur is also a natural anti-microbial agent; it keeps your wine from spoiling too quickly. Red wines tend to be lower in sulfites, due to their ability to rest and age. White wines require more sulfites to keep them fresh and to slow down the aging process. Organic wines also have less additives, so they’re a great source if you’re looking for lower sulfite wines!

Cellar Collection Suggestion

Suggested Food Pairing

Wine bottles








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