Organic Masters 2018: the results in full

Judge’s views: Sam Caporn MW

So this is a VERY hard category to comment on as we literally had no idea what the wines were when tasting and they could be from anywhere in the world!

I think what it did confirm was that organic wines are expensive though there were a couple of surprises under the £10 category that did really well but I think there will increasingly be a demand for organic wines as consumers start taking more of an interest in organic everything. Personally I thought that Spain and Australia did a great job and produced fantastic wines and presumably have the climate for it with plenty of sun and in some regions not too much rain.

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