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Variety of wine bottles

Lovely Lois

A founding member of Respekt, a certifying body for biodynamic viticulture, Fred Loimer offers a Grüner Veltliner from Austria that is light and vibrant with savory aromas. $15.

Natural Sparkle

Made from biodynamically cultured grapes, this Matthias Hager pét-nat Zweigelt rosé from Austria has a refined taste. It’s great as an apéritif. $24.

Better Red

Claus Preisinger uses natural yeasts and minimal or no sulfites to make his choice organic wines. The Austrian Puszta Libre! is delicate and smooth, has a hint of crushed violets, and is best served chilled. $19.

Wondrous White

This Muscadet from Château de la Gravelle in France’s Loire Valley is a fine complement to seafood as well as salty cured meats. It’s crisp and refreshing, with citrus flavors. $14.

Perfect Pinot

Scott Paul’s farming practices promote healthy soil, and the La Paulée Pinot Noir is all the better for it. This smooth, light-bodied red from Oregon’s Willamette Valley boasts notes of rose, spice, and cherry. $30.

Photography by: John Mowers

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