07 June 2012

Recently entered into force the new European Legislation, which should regulate the production of organic wines in the Member States. But if on the one hand it has filled a legislative loophole which existed for too long in our system, on the other hand, reading it carefully, I can not help but be bitter about having lost a unique opportunity to shed light on this important issue and the time same as controversial and debated.
What should be the meaning enclosed within a bottle of organic wine? Has sense a legislation that to satisfy some all fail to deliver any substantial change, if not for just some mild restrictions, compared to the European legislation regarding the so-called conventional wines? But above all, it makes sense to talk about organic, biodynamic or natural without taking into account its real sustainability?

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