Winc Natural Wine


Do you drink wine? If so, have you tried organic wine? Lately, we’ve been into the new Wonderful Wine Co. line, which is great for so many reasons…

Winc Natural Wine

In a perfect world, all wines would be made using just water and fermented grapes. But since winemakers aren’t required to list nutrition info on the label, when it comes to a lot of bottles, you may get more than you bargained for.

Every bottle of Wonderful Wine is clean — meaning the grapes were grown without pesticides and the wine itself was bottled without added sugars. They’re also vegan and low in sulfites. Plus, all Wonderful Wines are made with sustainably farmed grapes. They’re about as good for you (and for the planet) as a wine can get.

Winc Natural Wine

Wonderful Wine come in four varieties:

The white wine, featuring a blend from the Languedoc region of France, is a dry wine that’s clean and mineral focused, with notes of green apple and lemon curd. Wonderful Wine says it’s reminscent of “running through a field of white flowers.” Sold.

For red wine lovers, the Argentinian Malbec is silky, round, and supple, with notes of red fruit and sweet spice. This sounds amazing paired with pizza or burgers off the grill.

The rosé (quite possibly the king of warm-weather wines) is a blend of 50% Grenache and 50% Syrah, both from France. It’s bright and summery, with notes of strawberry, raspberry, and rose petal.

Last but not least, their limited edition Malvasia Bianca (an orange wine) is bursting with the flavors of citrus, white peach, and honeysuckle. Doesn’t that sound refreshing on a hot, summery day?

Winc Natural Wine

The starter three-pack (or six or 12-pack) lets you try the red, white, and rosé. You can also choose the the red pack or the the white pack, if you know you have a favorite. (Personally, I can’t wait to try this one.) Like all Wonderful Wines, they’re delivered right to your door. Easy and delicious.

Great news for all readers: Wonderful Wine is offering free shipping through August 6th. Thank you so much!

Have you tried organic wine? Do you have any favorites?

(Photos by Alpha Smoot for Cup of Jo. This post is sponsored by Wonderful Wines, a company we use and love. Thanks for supporting the brands that help keep Cup of Jo running.)