Organic Masters 2018: the results in full

Judge’s views: Beverly Tabbron MW

I was surprised – and relieved – about the lack of funky off aromas and flavours as I had thought that line up might contain some controversial ‘natural’ wines.  The vast majority of the wines were fresh and well made and the fact that they are organic is a bonus in terms of reduced sulphur levels and environmental issues.  I generally find organic and biodynamic wines to have more ‘soul’ expressive of their terroir when tasting at generic tables at fairs and events and I was impressed by the overall quality.

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