Uploaded on Apr 7, 2009
Robert Camuto, author of Corkscrewed, says there's a lot of confusion about what organic means to wine drinkers. It doesnt automatically mean better.
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"Have you tried organic wines," people ask. There's no such thing as organic wines. It refers to the way the grapes are farmed. And, in fact, some of the best wines in the world have been grown organically for centuries. And you know some of the crappiest wines are also "organic." That said; I tend to like wines that are grown organically because I believe that, in general, people that are using this kind of agriculture that respects the environment, are careful about what goes into the wine.
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