Top 10 award-winning eco-friendly wines from the Organic Masters 2020

So what were the best wines of this year’s Global Organic Masters? Well, we’ve picked out the top 10 highest-scorers from 2020’s competition, which is the largest organic-only blind wine tasting in the UK.

Emiliana is the world’s largest organic winery, with over 800 hectares of certified organic vineyards across Chile

Following such a comprehensive tastings of wines that are certified as either organic or biodynamic, we were delighted to find some outstanding drops to prove that you can enjoy truly fine wine that meets the constraints of ecologically-sensitive viticultural methods.

Taking in wines from Provence to Champagne, Minervois to McLaren Vale, our 10-strong selection offers a broad choice in terms of source regions, as well as wine styles – from the delicate and sparkling to the rich and oak-laden.

All the wines that feature over the following pages were selected ‘blind’ – which means that they were tasted without any knowledge as to their source or varietal components – as part of db’s Organic Wine Masters 2020.

This annual competition is the largest organic-only wine tasting in the UK, and has been devised to single out the best samples in this growing sector, with the only stipulation for entries being that the grapes and / or wine must be certified organic and / or biodynamic.

The selection below follows our previous handful of great-value organic white wines, which you can see by clicking here, as well as a listing of five fantastic organic reds for under £10, which you can view here, and more recently, a list of seven outstanding organic wines for summer, to champion lighter styles.

Please see below for our selection of outstanding organic wines for summer sipping, and if you think you deserve a place on this list, please visit The Global Masters website for more information, or, to enter future competitions, please call: +44 (0) 20 7803 2420 or email Sophie Raichura at:

3 Responses to “Top 10 award-winning eco-friendly wines from the Organic Masters 2020”

  1. Thom Fisher says:

    Why is the abv on these wines at 14.5%. Isn’t wine traditionally 11-12%. All wines now seem to have a high abv?

    • The Australian wines are grown in warm dry areas (more suitable to Organic production). 14.5% is about right for these areas. Southern Rhone wines would be similar alc. levels. The important thing is that they are balanced.

  2. Me says:

    I don’t know about the other countries, but Australia has had an obsession with higher ABV wines for as long as I can remember.

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