Green Wines

Adelsheim Willamette Valley Elizabeth's Reserve Pinot Noir 2009 Low inputs (less water, less fertilizer, fewer weed killers and pest killers) and other earth-friendly farming methods result in this thunderous raspberry stunner of a pinot noir by a family-owned Oregon winemaker that is certified for sustainability and renowned for its renditions of this varietal. It's a perfect match for duck and game meats. Back to Green Wines »
Cennatoio Chianti Classico 2009 This is a wine with remarkable depth of flavor: blackberry, a good dose of spicy black pepper, and well-structured oaky tannins and minerals. Pair this certified-organic powerhouse from the heart of Tuscany's Chianti region with your most robust and meaty Italian dishes. Back to Green Wines »
Grgich Hills Estate Napa Valley Chardonnay 2008 Racy but graceful, with flavors of orange blossom and lime along with a trace of slate minerality, this certified-organic and -biodynamic wine is not for lovers of Napa Valley's classic butterscotch chardonnay; it's for those who enjoy structure, vibrancy, and acidity all at once. It's lovely with butter-poached seafood. Back to Green Wines »
Hirsch Veltliner #1 Gruner Veltliner 2010 With nectarine, mineral, and ginger notes, this luscious, spicy Austrian white is made from that country's native gruner veltliner grape by an award-winning biodynamic producer. Served with poultry or a classic wiener schnitzel, it will please both wine drinkers who crave structure and those who like prettiness.
Mas Carlot Costieres de Nimes Les Enfants Terribles 2009 Grown organically in the southern part of France's Rhone Valley, this rustic, muscular mourvedre-syrah blend displays notes of tobacco and black cherry. It's well suited to homespun, hearty dishes like pot roast and beef stew.

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