Organic wines in fancy restaurants

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74% of the gastronomic restaurants (which means that the bill, without wine, is at least 45 euro) in France have organic wines on their wine list. Many of them are also planning to expand its range of these wines.

The restaurants indicate two major reasons to have organic wines on the wine list:

  • These wines are appreciated by the customers, and
  • The restaurants think it is a way to stand out from the crowd.

It is almost exclusively French organic wines that are served and they mainly come from the Rhone Valley, Burgundy and Languedoc-Roussillon.

In just a few years, organic wines have taken a huge step from the cold to the fancy restaurant.


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