Who is enoVino?
enoVino was founded by me Jean-Claude (aka JC). I have dedicated my time to travelling around the world to strengthen my knowledge of organic and biodynamic wines. Through attention to detail and exceptional customer service my client list has grown over the past 5 years with solid support from long-term customers of The Grocery. Here at enoVino my colleagues and I form a comfortable, energetic, dedicated and hard working team who believe that a really good business stems from exceptional customer service, reliability, good humor and 'going the extra mile'.
Why buy from enoVino?
The business is based on fairness, friendliness and fun with a policy of openness and cooperation with clients. A huge part of the enjoyment of running enoVino is seeing the pleasure that fine wine and beer gives to our customers. enoVino's aim is to support eco-aware tradesmen and to operate environmentally friendly supply and distribution. We want to make alcohol drinking as healthy as possible.
Why buy organic wine?
- Superior quality - This doesn't mean there is always a massive difference in taste but it is the way the vineyard has grown the grapes and processed the wine.
- Healthier - The wine is healthier for the drinker than non organic and is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
- Lower hangover risk - Organic wine has a very low sulfite content.
- No chemical sprays - Conventional grapes are among the most heavily sprayed of all agricultural crops. Typically, as many as 18 different chemicals are used on non-organically grown grape crops during their growing cycle. These chemicals are absorbed through the skins of the fruit and seep into the soil around the vine's root system, and inevitably these chemical residues make it into your wine. Chemicals also contribute to soil depletion and erosion, water pollution, and loss of biodiversity in surrounding areas.
- Environmentally positive - By choosing wines made with organically grown grapes, you support the winegrower whose goals are aimed at nurturing the health of the vineyard rather than depleting it.
You do not need to sacrifice variety, complexity or longevity to have wine that is better for you all the way down to the last drop.