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Natural Wines

From Summer Hassam

Wine Blogger

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If I were to open my fridge and take a look at the foods in my home, 50-60% would most likely be organic, free range, or fair trade products.  Just as we take care of ourselves from the inside out and try as best we can to do our part in helping make a difference in the world by purchasing smarter, we also need to think about buying smarter with our wines.  A simple read of the back label or noticing some of the certifications a winery might have on its bottle will give you an idea of how a winery gives back to our environment.   This renaissance of consumers demanding healthier natural products has created a global movement since the early 90's.  Today organic products take prime shelf space in every big chain super market.  Not only should we be thinking about what’s in our fridge but what’s also in our wine fridge.

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