Emiliana Natura Wine: Chile's Natural Leader
Viñedos Emiliana is the leader in organic and biodynamic wine production in Chile. In 2003 it introduced Chile’s first biodynamic wine, the pricey, top of the line Emiliana G. However, it also produces inexpensive, organic wines for all wine enthusiasts. The Natura label is made of fruit sourced from Emiliana’s two thousand acres of certified organic and biodynamic vineyards.
The organic label is still viewed with skepticism by some consumers. After all, organic wines have almost no sulfites, which makes them easily susceptible to spoilage. Natura wines are made from organically grown grapes, meaning they are grown with no synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or chemical or sewage sludge-based fertilizers. However, they do have added sulfites (albeit considerably lower than the norm) to deter spoilage.
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