What is the difference between organic wine and non-organic wine?
To put it simply, organic wines are made exclusively with organically grown grapes without added sulfites.
What does organic wine mean in the U.S.?
The U.S. and Europe have different standards when it comes to organic wine. In the U.S., in order for a wine to be classified as organic, it cannot contain any added sulfites. In Europe and Canada, organic wine can be made from organically grown grapes that may contain added sulfites.
Is all organic wine sulfite-free?
In the U.S., all organic wine on the shelves is sulfite-free. Sulfites may include chemicals like herbicides and fungicides that winemakers use to keep pests and funguses away from their vineyards.
Does organic wine give you a hangover?
Organic wine does have fewer sulfites than regular wine, but it can still give you a hangover. This is because hangovers are caused by the alcohol content, not by the sulfite content. However, histamines and tannins in wine may contribute to headaches the next day. Whether you’re drinking organic or non-organic wine, the key to avoiding a hangover is moderation.
Can I get organic wine delivery?
You can get organic wine delivered straight to your door by ordering from Juicefly. Choose from a variety of different red, white, and rosé organic wines. We offer fast home delivery with the option to pay online.