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New Organic Wines In Store

New Organic Wines in store

A note from our wine buyer about these interesting new wines just in:

Candoni wines have arrived in store. This is our first shipment of this new organic wine from Italy. They are also vegan and gluten-free, therefore they are genuinely green wines. The labels, as you will see, are screen printed directly onto the glass, so what you are really getting is great organic wine in a recyclable bottle. A deep commitment to limiting the carbon trace!

They are also really, really good wines. When Jonathan and I first tried them we had a line of Bordeaux to taste after, and it was striking that the organic Merlot blew the other wines away. As for the Pinot Grigio – it is equally good. These wines have done very well at shows picking up golds.

Its also the top-selling organic wine in the USA and is now exclusive to Bayley & Sage in the UK.

These are exceptional wines – from the packaging to the taste. We hope you enjoy them.

Some info about the family run vineyard:

The Candoni de Zan Family’s rich wine-making history began 150 years ago. Armando, Elviana and their daughters Barbara and Caterina, have been working to produce high quality wine and continue their families’ tradition with passion and commitment to quality and environmental practices.

Candoni Organic Green Wines represent the ultimate expression of the Candoni Family’s commitment to their consumer and to the planet. Candoni Organic Green wines are 100% organic certified and VeganOK certified, that is the grapes are grown without using any chemical or pesticides and that no egg’s white or animal products have been used to produce and filter the wine. Their Organic Pinot Grigio and Organi Merlot express the pure, and complex deliciousness of organically-grown grape with rich and delicate taste and flavours. The Family’s love for their territory with its cultural heritage, is celebrated with the unique outstanding painted bottle that contains the wine. Painted with a special serigraphy, the bottles reproduce the art of the Etruscans, the ancient inhabitants and among the first wine makers in Italy.


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