365 Days of Fun and Chillaxation – Blog 263 – What Ever Happened to Organic Aotearoa by 2020?
Well it would seem that the dream is still alive. Organic Winegrowers New Zealand are excitedly moving towards this goal.
“By 2020, even if we only achieve 20% of the vinelands in our country as being certified organic and biodynamic, it will be a giant step towards enforcing our very precious environmental image to wine connoisseurs all over the world,” says organic grower and winemaker James Millton, chairman of Organic Winegrowers New Zealand (OWNZ).”
It’s nice to be reminded of the goal, inspired by the progress and excited by the vision.
“The main outcome with organic winegrowing, and any other form of growing organic plants and animals, is that a closer relationship is established with Mother Nature,” says OWNZ Chair James Millton. “If you are good to her she always repays you.” The latest repayment for the Millton Winery: one of the highest honours in the recent Air New Zealand wine awards, a champion trophy for their 2009 Riverpoint Viognier.
Today’s rating: 8/10
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