Finca El Renegado is ecological. And all our wines too.
In recent years, organic wine has begun to flourish in the Spanish wine industry. It is a product that is characterized by implementing sustainable actions in its different stages of production, from the cultivation of the grapes to the production in the winery. The control is carried out throughout the production chain, not only during the cultivation.
One of the objectives is to promote organic farming, which respects the environment and the environment where the wine is made.
These are some of the characteristics of making organic wine:
• The plots where the grapes are grown do not have chemical or toxic additives.
• The fields must be fertilized with natural fertilizers.
• The addition of sulphites is controlled, which cannot exceed maximum values.
• The stoppers of the bottles must be made of natural cork.
• The conservation and bottling of the wine must be done without chemical treatments
• Labelling requirements with specification of ingredients and preparation.
The so-called organic wines must have the certificate of the corresponding entities.
Only truly organic wines have the corresponding certification, which is identified by the seal that identifies organic farming products in Europe:
Dicho sello debe ir acompañado del sello del organismo certificador de su país o región de origen:
CAECV: Committee of Ecological Agriculture of the Valencian Community
The Committee for Ecological Agriculture of the Valencian Community (CAECV) is the Control Authority in charge of certifying organic food products of vegetable or animal origin, transformed or not, obtained in the Valencian Community (Spain).