If you’re someone who values sustainability and environmental responsibility, you may be interested in switching to organic wine. Unlike traditional wine, organic wine is made using grapes that are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. This not only benefits the environment, but it can also result in healthier and more flavorful wines.
One of the main benefits of organic wine is that it is produced using grapes that are grown in a more natural and sustainable way. Synthetic pesticides and fertilizers can harm the environment by polluting waterways and soil, and can also have negative impacts on the health of the people who work with them. Organic wine, on the other hand, is made using grapes that are grown using natural methods, which helps to preserve the integrity of the land and protect the health of the workers.
In addition to the environmental benefits, many people also enjoy the taste of organic wine. Because the grapes are grown without the use of synthetic chemicals, they are able to fully express their natural flavors and aromas. This can result in wines that are more complex and nuanced, with a sense of terroir (a sense of place) that is often lacking in traditional wines.
Of course, it’s important to note that not all organic wines are created equal. Just like traditional wines, some are better than others. It’s always a good idea to do your research and taste a few different options before making a decision.
Overall, switching to organic wine is a great way to support sustainable and responsible farming practices, while also enjoying the delicious flavors and aromas of natural wine.
It’s been a bit of time since we wrote on here. It was much easier during the lockdowns but since the. It’s been busy!
There been a lot going on in the world of wine, with price increases from Brexit, covid and related shipping increases and general inflation. It’s not that serious, but it’s happening.
We’re definitely happy with our service and how that fits against the economic picture. We’re not a service for absolutely everyone, but anyone that wants a bespoke personal service in picking their wine has come to the right place.
We’re going to launch our new featured product soon, it’s been too long.
We’re also working on some other great things including how to take pay,ent in crypto!
Have a great weekend everyone. We’ll get back to writing.
It’s reopen day. Some great businesses on the high street have been closed for so much of the last year.
Bars, restaurants, make up shops, tattooists, piercers.
Please go out today and spend money with them instead.
Mother’s Day 2021. Hopefully the last lockdown Mother’s Day for some time.
This year we’ve decided to put something together to help people show their mam/mom/mum/mummy or any step / in law variation you can think of some love.
Eve out a 6 bottle box together to help those mams celebrate in style. My mam is a huge fan of the cava we’ve included, and she’ll have some on Mother’s Day. There’s also some of our personal favourites in the 6 bottle box – with free shipping!
We’re pining for the day we can all be sharing drinks indoors, or at the very least in people’s gardens. Mother’s Day is a bit early for that, but we can still have a blast.
Happy Mother’s Day mams everywhere!
The chances are you do. That’s not really that much when you think about it. Probably more – way more.
£500 a year is about £9.60 a week. Even £1,000 a year is only about £19.25 a week!
It’s one of the reasons we set up in a subscription format.
It’s likely that wine is bought by “nipping in” to somewhere and grabbing a bottle. Maybe something familiar, maybe something new. But it’s often in the region of £7 a bottle we think.
It’s possible to really level up the quality of the wine with just a few £s extra spent with us, plus the convenience of your wine being at home when you want it and delivered regularly.
It’s almost a no brainer.
English Wine Week 2020 is 20th June to 28th June, and this week we’ve been celebrating some of the best wines our country has to offer.
Everyone who follows us knows that we’re huge fans of English wines. We have a phenomenal Davenport package on offer, which is one of our favourites, and during lockdown have sampled the Forty Hall Bacchaus.
Forty Hall is super interesting – according to the label it’s the only commercial scaled vineyard in London, run as a not for profit, by volunteers.
When it comes to the Davenport, our favourite is the Horsmonden which is a blend of Ortega, Faber, Siegerrebe, Bacchaus and Huxelrebe and it’s probably Steve’s favourite white wine, however the Diamond Fields, which is a Pinot Noir is a stunning red that can’t be overlooked.
But it’s not just that they’re grown in England that makes us love these wines – it’s the quality, which is something we always pride ourselves on here at One Day Wednesday.
The Davenport and the Forty Hall really are fantastic wines and compete well with anything in our opinion.
Want to know more or join in the celebration? Let’s celebrate together and have a chat about these wines today!
We hope you’re celebrating English Wine Week too.