I’m no stranger of Santa Julia organic wine but I’m no expert either. I have only had the Santa Julia Organic Malbec, so I was thrilled to have my little eyes spy a Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. This Cab Sav will cost you about 12 bucks and it’s worth it. Man, oh man, it’s great to have cheap wine, that’s made with organic grapes and, annndd, gives back to the environment by ways of recycling and energy conservation.
The winery is located in Argentina and not only do they do what’s mentioned above, Santa Julia also does social welfare programs and participates in wildlife preservation while still being family run. Did I mention that they make rainbows and have a field full of unicorns too? KIDDING. But you get the idea. As for the whole sulfite issue… yes, there are sulfites in this organic wine, but not in the amounts that are in non-organic wine. My girlfriend who usually has adverse reactions to sulfite infused wine doesn’t not have any with this organic wine. This may not be true for everyone, but I’m just sayin’.