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Which Organic Wine Would The Best Experts Buy?

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Which Organic Wine Would The Best Experts Buy?

Mark Searle

We share a passion for biodynamic organic wine with many wine experts who buy organic across the world. The organic wine we have uncovered is loved by many for so many reasons. For some it is the energy in our wines that make them so good to buy. For others it is the fresh or crisp substances of our organic wines that is the utmost reason they purchase.

Here below are some of the Aubert & Mascoli choices that the leading experts from Decanter to the New York Times have made, and there’s no fooling the characteristics of our intuitive growers, who have handcrafted flavoursome and diverse organic wines without any expense for staying organic, natural or biodynamic.

If any of the below wines are now out of vintage then we will link to similar wines you can buy in stock.

What the best experts would buy?

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"… wine specialists Aubert & Mascoli, meanwhile, have uncovered a fresh-tasting grolleau rouge, Les Copains d’Abord which, with a nice, sour cherry twist from a Loire producer called Les Sablonettes - you can buy from their Saturday morning stall at the Spa Terminus in Bermondsey." Fiona Beckett for The Guardian

"Luciano Saetti Lambrusco Salamino di Santa Croce 2010 (Aubert & Mascoli). An organic and sulphur free wine, this is super-crisp, with a feral aroma. Drink cold with antipasti." Kate Spicer for The Times

"Le Jonc Blanc, Acacia 2008 Montravel (Aubert & Mascoli). Dordogne blend of ridiculously low-yielding, biodynamically grown Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc. Smoky nose and off dry palate. Very unlike most blends of these varieties. Tangy and blossomy. Very attractive and intriguing wine." Jancis Robinson for The FT

"Marco Sara Frank, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy 2009 (Aubert & Mascoli), Young winemaker Marco Sara makes wines of great originality and style from his small patch of organic vines in the northeastern corner of Italy up near the border with Slovenia, and I love this red made from the cabernet franc variety. It’s pretty, a touch floral, and there’s a wonderful energy in the wine which makes its soft berry and spice flavours fairly skip across the palate." David Williams for The Observer

"Lambrusco Salamino di Santa Croce 2010 (Aubert & Mascoli), Vigneto Saetti Savoury, earthy, chock-full of minerals and dark fruit." Zeren Wilson for Christies

"L’Agricola del Farneto, Rio Rocca Caberzmèin, Vino da Tavola, Italy 2007 (Aubert & Mascoli) Situated atop a plateau and bordered by woodland, this property follows biodynamic principles. This fabulous wine has real character and sense of place. It’s dark, tarry and ashy, with inky fruit and lashings of liquorice. Despite its brooding character, there remains a smoothness and plumpness to the fruit." Christelle Guibert for Decanter

"Domaine Guillot-Broux Mâcon-Chardonnay Les Combettes (Aubert & Mascoli). A rich and substantial wine with obvious oak flavors, but the wine should integrate well over the next year." Eric Asimov for The New York Times

'The Rosso Jeune Vigne (Aubert & Mascoli) is an entry level red, made from 97% Sangiovese and 3% Colorino grapes. The wine is fermented in cement tanks and then aged in used Slovenian tonneau for a year... The result is a simply sublime medium/full bodied red with the perfect combination of brilliant red fruit, and herbaceous minerality.' Andy Besch for The Organic Wine Journal

"I can literally drink gallons of this stuff. The ultimate picnic companion, and great for summer drinking, it is soft and juicy. Like many great growers, La Ferme des Sept Lunes (Aubert & Mascoli) is all about polyculture: the grapes rub shoulders with apricot trees, animals and grains." Isabelle Legeron, The Natural Wine Book

Photograph Credit: Main Photo: Dan Tobin Smith