was farmed conventionally (with chemical herbicides and pesticides) and one that was farmed organically often remark that the organic wine is more flavourful and balanced. Some have suggested that the conventionally farmed grapes can render wines with muted or unnatural flavours.
We often hear that “great wines are made in the vineyard”. The case for organically farmed wines epitomizes this concept. Because if the fruit is as pure and natural as it can possibly be, the result will be wines that are the purest expressions of those grapes. If consumers continue to demand organic wines, more and more grape growers and producers will commit to organic farming. The result is positive on multiple levels: it is better for the environment, it is better for our health.
“I address three key techniques of vinification; achieving a natural temperature balance in the Qvevri; wine fermentation and aging and removing tartar from Qvevri wine.” Winemaking in factory conditions that require chemical additives to render a desired stability and clarity to the wine is very different from the traditional methods using the Qvevri.
What are the benefits of MarCasar’s wines?
Most guests want to enjoy wine at a party, but it can be off-limits for people with allergies and sensitivities.
“At their finest, natural wines can truly express what’s great about the place they come from... the soil, the climate. Consumerawareness of wine being a possible gluten risk is not well known and there is a need for the glutenfree public to be educated,” explains Mark. The fermenting practices at MarCasar’s winery are suitable and up to scratch for vegans and vegetarians.