Product Review: The Best Organic Red Wine I Have Ever Tasted, from Ettore in California

organic wine from Ettore

 

One of the best parts of being an organic food and drink enthusiast is discovering healthy and delicious new products.

While alcohol including beer, wine and liquor is widely seen as something unhealthy, the truth is that virtually all of the world’s longest living cultures enjoy some type of alcoholic beverage with some sort of consistency.

Whether it’s the wine in Ikaria, Greece or drinks made with rum in the Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica, alcohol is a well known drink in healthy cultures.

Red wine for example has been linked to a longer lifespan and better cardiovascular health in countries that drink it.

I’ve long been a fan of wine, but the organic selection hasn’t always been the best.

Recently, I discovered a type of organic wine that I can say without a shadow of a doubt is worth every penny — simply put, these are the best organic wines I have tasted.

Organic Red Wines From Ettore Review 

ettore red wine

Ignore my reflection in the bottle, the Cabernet from Ettore is the clear star of the show here.

 

As mentioned in my previous review of Ettore’s organic chardonnay and company profile, Ettore is a California-based organic winery founded by Ettore Biraghi, who has a long history of professional wine making throughout Europe.

The golden hues of Ettore’s chardonnay absolutely blew me away.

This time, I got to try two of the company’s red selections: the Ettore Red and the Cabernet Sauvignon, both of which had a similar richness and flavor to them. 

More information on the Cabernet can be found on Ettore’s website here.

This particular blend has plum notes with hints of juniper. It has a clean finish and an excellent balance according to the website.

After sampling half of a bottle, I agree wholeheartedly. I love the rich flavor of this wine.

Simply put, this is how wine was meant to taste: like a vibrant health food, without the resulting headaches or other negative effects of cheap store-bought wine.

To learn more or try this wine, click here.

‘Elegant and Silky’ The Ettore Red Wine Review

The second wine I had the privilege of trying was the Ettore Red.

This wine has a simple title, but it’s a little more complex than the Ettore Cabernet in my opinion.

The Ettore Red is “briary, jammy and plump,” with blackberry and currant flavors included. It also has licorice and smoke notes, along with medium-grain tannins.

To me, this wine tasted incredibly savory. The only non-alcoholic drink I can compare it to is perhaps an elderberry syrup, which I also love to drink.

If you like a rich, complex and flavorful red wine, you can’t go wrong with this one. 

I know I savored every sip.

Learn more or purchase this wine by clicking here.

Final Thoughts on Ettore Red Wines 

 

In my mind there is no comparison: these wines are the most delicious, flavorful and vibrant I have ever tasted.

Ettore and his team in California have done a remarkable job of bringing the old world flavor of Italy and other European wines direct to the West Coast of the United States, and to my fridge.

If you’re a fan of high quality organic wines, don’t hesitate: check this wine out as soon as you get a chance.

Special thanks to Ettore for providing me with these sample bottles of wine, and I sincerely hope you get a chance to try them.

 

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About Nick Meyer

Nick Meyer is a journalist who's been published in the Detroit Free Press, Dallas Morning News and several other outlets. He founded AltHealthWORKS in 2012 to showcase extraordinary stories of healing and the power of organic living, stories the mainstream media always seemed to miss. Check out Nick's Amazon best-seller 'Dirt Cheap Organic: 101 Tips For Going Organic on a Budget' by clicking here, as well as its sequel Dirt Cheap Weight Loss.

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