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Conversion to Organic Farming

Many wineries practice organic farming in response to the concern for the well-being of their land and the quality of their wine. Since becoming offically certified organic is a long drawn out process, many wineries will practice key organic principles without obtaining the organic certification or while they are waiting for the certification. The actual legal certification is expensive and time consuming; it requires a minimum of three years with constant supervision by the certifying body. In certain cases, ‘organic’ is not perfect and some of the approved methods for farming are not the best for the specific environment. If a winery is ‘practicing organic’, they have adopted organic farming principles, but have more freedom to do what is needed to make good wine from good grapes grown in good soil: the ultimate goal.

Wine Spectator
90 / 100
Parker
89 / 100
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Wine Spectator
89 / 100
Parker
89+ / 100
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Wine Spectator
92 / 100
Parker
91 / 100
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Wine Spectator
92 / 100
Parker
95 / 100
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Wine Spectator
90 / 100
Parker
92 / 100
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Parker
97-99 / 100
Chateau Montrose 2016
 T.T.C.A case of 6 Bottles (750ML)
Second Growth
Pre-Arrivals
Parker
91-93 / 100
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Wine Spectator
96 / 100
Parker
96 / 100
Chateau Guiraud 2009
 T.T.C.1 Double-Magnum (3L)
Classified First Growth
Pre-Arrivals
Wine Spectator
90 / 100
Parker
90 / 100
Chateau Lafon-Rochet 2014
 T.T.C.A case of 12 Bottles (750ML)
Pre-Arrivals
Pre-Arrivals
Parker
90-92 / 100
La Dame de Montrose 2016
 T.T.C.A case of 12 Bottles (750ML)
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