red, white or rosé wine

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red, white or rosé wine


The organic red wines offer a great variety of aromas and sensations.

Red wines generally have notes of red fruit, black fruit, spices, leather, pepper or violet.

Older wines are more based on so-called "animal" notes such as undergrowth, cinnamon, cocoa or coffee.

Organic red wines often have a slightly cloudy, matt to shiny colour because they are not filtered. The texture in the mouth ranges from smooth to tannic (rough), but is always digestible and balanced.



Organic white wines are more delicate and less opulent than red wines. The colour range is also thinner and more subtle.

The aromas of white wine are more based on notes of citrus fruits, white fruits, flowers, minerals, and vegetables.

Some whites have a "greasy" feeling in the mouth, are rich, ripe or very lively and exciting.



The Bio Rosé wines appear in various colours, such as pale pink, grey, salmon, orange, pink, strawberry or purple.

Everything depends on the choice of the wine and the grape variety used. Delicate notes of red fruits, citrus fruits, flowers and white fruits emerge. Rosé wine is a compromise between red and white.

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