By enhancing soil biodiversity and maintaining its fertility, the organic grapes can truly thrive. By keeping our estate free of harmful chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, and
chemical fertilisers, our certified organic land is not only better for the organic grapes today but also tomorrow. The only irrigation our grapes receive is what’s generously donated by the sky;
we don’t use any artesian water on our clean organic vines here.
During organic grape processing, we only add natural yeast to our organic ferments and use the lowest possible amounts of wine preservatives and additives. The native yeasts live around the property and are revived every year with a bucket of fresh grape juice.
See the wine Additive List below for the chemicals that we DO NOT use in our wine. Every certified organic wine is made with a truly organic approach and is fermented, matured, and bottled right here on our premises.
We love what we do and we’re confident you will taste the difference.
Preservative free wine do not contain any of the following organic wine additives.
Some of these additives are not written on back label of any wine bottle.
Though many wine preservatives and additives are legal and commonly used in Australian wines, we never use any of the following additives in our organic wines:
Organic Vegan wines are generally unfined and unfiltered, with no animal additives, ie no additive wine and, if filtered, are filtered using only sterile, cellulose filters or cross-flow filters.
Be sure to check with the producer about filtering techniques as several mass-produced wineries use sterile filters rather than animal products.
Some wineries use bentonite clay besides the use of isinglass and other animal products in order to fine protein from white wines. Biodynamic wines can be made in a vegan way when they are unfined, but since the farming process uses animal bones for special compost mixtures, it negates this. Vegan Organic Wine
If an organic wine is certified organic, it doesn’t guarantee it’s vegan. Please ask when visiting any cellar door or read the back label for information.