DATA ON BIODYNAMIC & ORGANIC WINEGROWING WORLDWIDE is becoming easier to find but increasingly challenging to unpick. Australia for example calculates its tonnage of organic grapes, not its surface area of organic vineyard. Biodynamic certifier Demeter sees a farmer’s entire landholding as a single self-sustaining living organism, and makes a single calculation for the surface area of the whole farm rather than counting vines separately from other crops like olives, orchards, pasture and even woodland. Some wine producers prefer not to mention the fact they are organic or Biodynamic on the label. 

Wine producing countries below are listed in alphabetical order, as are their major regions and sub-regions. Data for the extent of the national vineyard area are given first, followed by data for certified organic or Biodynamic vineyards starting with the most recent vintage, and working backwards in time.

SOURCES OF DATA can be found by clicking the blue super-script citation numbers like this one here.1If you can read this footnote, you are all set.

ANIMAL TRACTION A list of my favourite wineries working with animals (animal traction) appears here.

NO ADDED SULFITE WINES A list of my favourite wineries making no added sulphite (NAS) wines appears here.

KEY

**** Certified Biodynamic by either Demeter, the SIVCBD (‘Biodyvin’) or respekt-BIODYN.

*** Certified organic but practising Biodynamics in such a way that would qualify for Biodynamic certification, above.

** Certified organic by any of the plethora of certification agencies (some privately owned, others part of a nation state’s ministry of agriculture or equivalent) that now operate worldwide.

* Bio Sans Papiers A French-language term for those who identify as ‘organic’, ‘biodynamic’ or ‘natural’ but with no independent third-party accredited certification. See Bio sans papers.

No stars Conventional winery.

 

WORLDWIDE

2017 Around 4.5% of the world’s 316,000 hectares (780,520 acres) of wine grapes vineyards is organic or biodynamic. Europe’s 281,000 hectares (538,460 acres) gives it an 80% share of the global total.2Millésime Bio 2017 Dossier de Presse p.13 90% of Europe’s organic vineyards are found in three countries: Spain, France and Italy.3Millésime Bio 2017 Dossier de Presse p.14 

 

ARGENTINA

Finding accurate statistics regarding the extent of Argentina’s wine grape vineyards in general, let alone the organic share of this, can be a challenge.

 

ARGENTINA WINERIES

MENDOZA WINERIES / Alpamanta.**** Bodegas Escorihuela Gascón.**** Bodegas Krontiras.**** Ernesto Catena Vineyards.**** Finca Dinamia.**** Luna Austral.**** Piedra Negra**(*)

RÍO NEGRO WINERIES / Bodega Noemía.***

 

AUSTRALIA

Australia calculates the tonnages of its organic wine grapes rather than the surface area of its organic vineyards.

 

AUSTRALIA WINERIES

SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINERIES / 

TASMANIA WINERIES / Parallax. Stefano Lubiana.

NEW SOUTH WALES WINERIES / Botobolar. Broombee. Krinklewood. Lowe. Macqueriedale. Pig in the House.** Restdown Wines. Wallington. Windowrie.

VICTORIA WINERIES / 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA WINERIES / Cullen. Harris Organic Wines.

 

AUSTRIA

2015 In 2015 Austria had 45,439 hectares (112,234 acres) of vineyards.4Statistik Austria Of this 4,626 hectares (11,426 acres) were organic.5Grüner Bericht 2017, Ministeruim für ein Lebenswertes Österreich, p.151 This meant 10.2 per cent of the Austrian vineyard was organic/Biodynamic.

2014 In 2014 Austria had 44,786 hectares (110,621 acres) of vineyards. Of this 4,265 hectares (10,535 acres) were organic.6Grüner Bericht 2017, Ministeruim für ein Lebenswertes Österreich, p.151 This meant 9.5 per cent of the Austrian vineyard was organic/Biodynamic.

2013 In 2013 Austria had X hectares ( acres) of vineyards. Of this 3,958 hectares (9,776 acres) were organic.7Grüner Bericht 2017, Ministeruim für ein Lebenswertes Österreich, p.151 

2012 In 2012 Austria had X hectares ( acres) of vineyards. Of this 3,828 hectares (9,455 acres) were organic.8Grüner Bericht 2017, Ministeruim für ein Lebenswertes Österreich, p.151 

2010 In 2010 Austria had X hectares ( acres) of vineyards. Of this 3,453 hectares (8,538 acres) were organic.9Grüner Bericht 2017, Ministeruim für ein Lebenswertes Österreich, p.151 

2009 In 2009 Austria had 45,533 hectares (112,466 acres) of vineyards.10Statistik Austria

2005 In 2005 Austria had X hectares ( acres) of vineyards. Of this 1,349 hectares (3,332 acres) were organic.11Grüner Bericht 2017, Ministeruim für ein Lebenswertes Österreich, p.151 

2003 In 2003 Austria had 47,572 hectares (117,500 acres) of vineyards. Of this X hectares (acres) were organic.

2001 In 2001 Austria had X hectares (X acres) of vineyards. Of this 806 hectares (1,991 acres) were organic.12Grüner Bericht 2017, Ministeruim für ein Lebenswertes Österreich, p.151 

1999 In 1999 Austria had 48,496 hectares (119,785 acres) of vineyards.13Statistik Austria Of this X hectares (X acres) were organic.

 

AUSTRIA WINERIES

KAMPTAL WINERIES / Matthias Hager.**** Weinhof Anderl.**** 

KREMSTAL WINERIES / Weingut Sepp Moser.**** 

LEITHABERG WINERIES / Weingut Schönberger.**** 

NEUSIEDLERSEE WINERIES / Gut Oggau (Weingut Tscheppe Eselböck).**** Judith Beck.****  Weingut Sepp Moser.**** 

STYRIA WINERIES / Franz Muster.**** Karl Schnabel.**** Weingut Werlitsch.**** 

WAGRAM WINERIES / Hans Wimmer-Czerny.**** 

WEINVIERTEL WINERIES / Biohof Riemel.****

WIEN Wieninger.***

 

BULGARIA WINERIES

BULGARIA WINERIES / Orbelus.** 

 

CANADA

BRITISH COLUMBIA WINERIES / Little Farm.**

ONTARIO WINERIES

 

CHILE

2014 In 2014 Chile had 128,637­ hectares (318,000 acres).14Oxford Companion to Wine 2015, p.170. Chile had 3,571 hectares (6,100 acres) of organic wine grapes: 28% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Carmenere, 9.5% Syrah.15Agricultura orgánica nacional a Junio de 2014 by Pilar Macarena Eguillor Recabarren, based on data from the Servicio Agrícola y Ganadero (SAG), Chile’s Agricultural and Livestock Service. This means 2.77% of Chile’s wine grape vineyards was organic.

CHILE WINERIES / Antiyal.**** Emiliana.**** Erasmo.** Hacienda Araucano.**** Matetic.**** Tipaume.****

 

CZECH REPUBLIC

CZECH REPUBLIC WINERIES / Vinné sklepy Kutná Hora.****

 

FRANCE

2017 In 2017 France had the world’s third largest surface area of organic vines, after Spain and Italy. A total of 70,740 hectares (174,730 acres) or 9% the French vineyard was certified organic or Biodynamic or in conversion in 2017, with 5,263 growers producing nearly 2 million hectolitres of wine, according to Agence Bio. Demeter France said it certified 5,500 hectares (12,350 acres) of Biodynamic vines from 418 wine-growers with another 50 asking for certification.16Source: Demeter France.

2015 In 2015 France had nearly 4,800 certified organic wine grape growers. Their 68,565 hectares (169,355 acres) of vines represented 8.7% of the national vineyard surface.17Millésime Bio 2017 Dossier de Presse p.9  Just over half of France’s organic wine production of 1.5 million hl was sold in France, a market worth 670 million euros.18‘Situation du marché des vins bios en France,’ by Didier Perréol, President of Agence Bio.

 

FRANCE – ALSACE

2016 In 2016 Alsace had X hectares (X acres) of productive vineyard.19Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 2,173 hectares (5,215 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 223 hectares (551 acres) were in conversion.20Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 2,396 hectares (5,918 acres) total represented % of the Alsace vineyard.

2015 In 2015 Alsace had X hectares (X acres) of productive vineyard.21Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 2,078 hectares (5,132 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 281 hectares (694 acres) were in conversion.22Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 2,359 hectares (5,918 acres) total represented X% of the Alsace vineyard.

2014 In 2014 Alsace had 15,545 hectares (38,396 acres) of productive vineyard.23Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 1,979 hectares (4,888 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 307 hectares (758 acres) were in conversion.24Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 2,286 hectares (5,646 acres) total represented 14.7% of the Alsace vineyard.

2013 In 2013 Alsace had 15,527 hectares (38,351 acres) of productive vineyard.25Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 1,759 hectares (4,334 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 447 hectares (1,104 acres) were in conversion.26Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 2,206 hectares (5,448 acres) total represented 14.2% of the Alsace vineyard.

2012 In 2012 Alsace had 15,503 hectares (38,292 acres) of productive vineyard.27Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 1,541 hectares (3,806 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 585 hectares (1,445 acres) were in conversion.28Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 2,126 hectares (5,251 acres) total represented 13.7% of the Alsace vineyard.

2011 In 2011 Alsace had 15,557 hectares (38,425 acres) of productive vineyard.29Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 1,295 hectares (3,198 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 767 hectares (1,894 acres) were in conversion.30Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 2,062 hectares (5,093 acres) total represented 13.2% of the Alsace vineyard.

2010 In 2010 Alsace had 15,548 hectares (38,403 acres) of productive vineyard.31Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 1,031 hectares (2,546 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 695 hectares (1,716 acres) were in conversion.32Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 1,726 hectares (4,263 acres) total represented 11.1% of the Alsace vineyard.

2009 In 2009 Alsace had 15,570 hectares (38,458 acres) of productive vineyard.33Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 809 hectares (1,998 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 622 hectares (1,536 acres) were in conversion.34Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 1,431 hectares (3,534 acres) total represented 9.2% of the Alsace vineyard.

2008 In 2008 Alsace had 15,535 hectares (38,371 acres) of productive vineyard.35Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 780 hectares (1,926 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 481 hectares (1,188 acres) were in conversion.36Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 1,261 hectares (3,114 acres) total represented 8.1% of the Alsace vineyard.

2007 In 2007 Alsace had 15,448 hectares (38,156 acres) of productive vineyard.37Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 665 hectares (1,642 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 353 hectares (872 acres) were in conversion.38Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 1,018 hectares (2,514 acres) total represented 6.5% of the Alsace vineyard.

2006 In 2006 Alsace had 15,298 hectares (37,786 acres) of productive vineyard.39Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace. Of this 559 hectares (1,381 acres) had full organic or Biodynamic certification and 207 hectares (511 acres) were in conversion.40Observatoire Régional de l’Agriculture Biologique en Alsace, Chiffres 2016, Edition 2017. The 829 hectares (2,047 acres) total represented 5.4% of the Alsace vineyard.

2005 In 2005 Alsace had 15,305 hectares (37,803 acres) of productive vineyard.41Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace.

2004 In 2004 Alsace had 15,230 hectares (37,618 acres) of productive vineyard.42Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace.

2003 In 2003 Alsace had 15,082 hectares (37,252 acres) of productive vineyard.43Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace.

2002 In 2002 Alsace had 14,956 hectares (36,941 acres) of productive vineyard.44Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace.

2001 In 2001 Alsace had 14,748 hectares (36,427 acres) of productive vineyard.45Source: Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace.

 

FRANCE – ALSACE WINERIES

BAS-RHIN WINERIES / André Kleinknecht.**** Clément Klur.**** Domaine Étienne Loew.**** Domaine Julien Meyer.**** Domaine Ostertag.****

HAUT-RHIN WINERIES / Domaine Albert Hertz.**** Domaine Binner. Domaine Bott-Geyl.** Domaine Buecher-Fix.**** Domaine Christian & Véronique Hebinger.**** Domaine Eric Rominger.**** Domaine Étienne Simonis.**** Domaine Eugène Meyer.**** Domaine Jean-Baptiste-Adam.**** Domaine Julien Meyer.**** Domaine Léon Boesch.**** Domaine Loberger.**** Domaine Marcel Deiss.**** Domaine Pierre Frick.**** Domaine Stentz-Buecher.*** Domaine Sylvie Spielmann.*** Domaine Valentin Zusslin.**** Hubert & Heidi Hausherr.**** Laurent Bannwarth.**** Vignoble des 2 Lunes.****

 

FRANCE – BEAUJOLAIS

BEAUJOLAIS WINERIES / Domaine Christian Ducroux.**** 

 

FRANCE – BORDEAUX

BLAYE–CÔTES DE BORDEAUX WINERIES / Château Nodot.**** Château Peybonhomme-les-Tours.**** Château Roland La Garde.**** 

BORDEAUX AOC WINERIES / Château Auguste.** Château Beau-Rivage**.

CASTILLON–CÔTES DE BORDEAUX WINERIES / Château Beynat.** Château des Rochers.**** Château Moulin de Peyronin.** Château Moulin de St Magne.** Château Peyrou.** Clos Puy Arnaud.****

CÔTES DE BORDEAUX WINERIES / Château des 4 Ecus.**

CÔTES DE BOURG WINERIES / Château Fougas.**** Château Les Graves de Viaud.**** Château Grand-Launay.**

ENTRE-DEUX-MERS WINERIES /  Château Auguste.** Château Cajus.** Château Champ du Moulin.** Château d’Esther.**** Château de Chavrignac.** Château L’Escart.**** Château Morlan-Tuilière (Simonneau).**** Château Pouchaud-Larquey.** Château Seigneurs des Pommyers.** Château Tour-Petit-Puch.** Château Val-Beylie.**

FRANCS–CÔTES DE BORDEAUX WINERIES / Château Le Puy.****

GRAVES WINERIES / Château Bichon-Cassignols.** Château Méric & Chante l’Oiseau.**

HAUT-MÉDOC WINERIES / Château La Lagune.** Clos la Bohème.**

LALANDE-DE-POMEROL WINERIES / Château des Annereaux.** Château des Biscarrats.** 

LISTRAC-MÉDOC WINERIES / Château Fourcas-Hosten.**

LUSSAC-SAINT-ÉMILION WINERIES / Château de Bellevue.**  

MARGAUX WINERIES / Château Brane-Cantenac.** Château Durfort-Vivens.**** Château des Graviers.** Clos du Jaugueyron.**** Château Ferrière.**** 

MONTAGNE-SAINT-ÉMILION WINERIES / Château Franc-Baudron.** 

PAUILLAC WINERIES / Château Haut-Bages-Libéral.**  Château Latour.  Château Pontet-Canet.**** 

PESSAC-LÉOGNAN WINERIES /

POMEROL WINERIES / Château des Jacobins.** Château Gombaude-Guillot.** Château L’Enclos.** Château La Croix Taillefer.** 

SAINT-ÉMILION WINERIES / Château Bellisle-Mondotte.** Château Beynat.** Château Croque Michotte.** Château Fonplegade.** Château Fonroque.*** Château Matignon.** Château Moulin de Lagnet.** Château Moulin du Cadet.** Clos Saint Julien.** 

SAINT-ESTÈPHE WINERIES / Château Haut-Baron.**

SAINTE-FOY-BORDEAUX WINERIES / / Château Les Mangons.**** Le Pre de la Lande.**  

SAUTERNES WINERIES / Château Climens.**** Château Dudon.** Château Gallien.** Château Guiraud.** Château La Garenne (Preignac).**

 

FRANCE – BURGUNDY

CHABLIS & THE YONNE WINERIES / Château de Béru.**** Domaine Goisot.**** Domaine Philippe Goulley.**

CÔTE DE BEAUNE WINERIES / Domaine Bonneau du Martray.**** Domaine Chandon de Briailles.**** Domaine d’Auvenay.**** Domaine Huber-Verdereau.** Domaine Leroy.**** Domaine Marquis d’Angerville.**** Domaine Michel Lafarge.**** Domaine Vincent Dancer.**

CÔTE DE NUITS WINERIES / Château Corton C.** Domaine Amiot-Servelle.**  Domaine Ballorin.**** Domaine D’Ardhuy.**  Domaine Dujac.** Domaine Jean Fournier.** Domaine Leroy.**** Domaine Sylvie Esmonin.**

MACONNAIS Domaine de Quintaine.***(*) Domaine Guillot-Broux.**** Domaine La Croix Senaillet.** Domaine La Verpaille.** Domaine Les Vignes du Mayne.**

 

FRANCE – CHAMPAGNE

CHAMPAGNE WINERIES /  Champagne Barbichon. Champagne Bruno Michel. Champagne Couche.**** Champagne David Léclapart.**** Champagne de Sousa.**** Champagne Fleury.**** Champagne Françoise Bedel. Champagne Larmandier-Bernier. Champagne Laurent Benard. Champagne Leclerc-Briant.**** Champagne Oliver Horiot. Champagne Solemmne. Horiot. Champagne Vouette et Sorbée (Bertrand Gautherot).****

 

FRANCE – CORSICA

2015 In 2015 Corsica had 737 hectares (1,820 acres) of organic vineyards, of which 182 hectares (450 acres) were in conversion.46Millésime Bio 2017 Dossier de Presse p.14 

CORSICA WINERIES / Clos Signadore. Domaine Comte Abbatucci.**** Domaine Granajolo.** Domaine Pero-Longo.****

 

FRANCE – JURA

JURA WINERIES / Champdivin.**** Christelle & Gilles Wicky.** Claude Buchot. Domaine André et Mireille Stéphane Tissot. Domaine Berthet-Bondet. Domaine de la Borde (Julien Mareschal). Domaine de la Cibellyne (Benoît Royer). Domaine de la Loue (Catherine Hannoun). Domaine de La Pinte.**** Domaine de la Renardière (Jean-Michel Petit). Domaine de La Tournelle (Pascal & Evelyne Clairet). Domaine de Saint-Pierre (Fabrice Dodane). Domaine des Bodines (Emilie and Alexis Porteret).** Domaine des Marnes Blanches. Domaine des Ronces (Michel Mazier). Domaine Ganevat.**** Domaine Gérard & Christine Villet. Domaine Hughes Béguet.**** Domaine Labet. Domaine Morel (Valentin Morel). Domaine Philippe and Tony Bornard. Domaine Pignier. Les Bottes Rouge (Jean-Baptiste Menigoz). Les Dolomies (Céline and Steve Gormally). Michel Terrier.** Peggy & Jean-Pascal Buronfosse. Philippe Châtillon. Ratapoil (Raphaël Monnier).

 

FRANCE – LANGUEDOC

LANGUEDOC WINERIES / Domaine Beauthorey.**** Domaine de Malavieille.**** Mas d’Espanet.****

CORBIÈRES WINERIES / Domaine des 2 Ânes.**

FAUGERES WINERIES /  Domaine Binet-Jacquet.**** 

MINERVOIS WINERIES / Château Maris.**** Domaine de Chamans.**** Le Petit Domaine de Gimios.****

MONTPEYROUX WINERIES / Domaine d’Aupilhac.**** 

PIC ST LOUP WINERIES / Château La Roque.**** Domaine de Foulaquier.**** 

 

FRANCE – LOIRE VALLEY

ANJOU WINERIES / Château de Passavant.**** Clau de Nell.**** Clément Baraut.**** Domaine Amirault Clos des Quarterons.**** La Ferme de la Sansonnière.**** Thomas Batardière.****

CENTRAL VINEYARDS WINERIES / Domaine de Reuilly.**** Domaine Vacheron.**** Domaine Vincent Gaudry.****

FIÉFS VENDÉENS WINERIES / Domaine Saint-Nicolas (Michon).**** 

NANTAIS WINERIES /

TOURAINE WINERIES / Domaine Amirault Clos des Quarterons.**** Domaine Bertrand Galbrun.**** Domaine de Pontcher.**** Domaine Fabrice Gasnier.**** Domaine Huet.**** Domaine La Chevalerie.**** Laurent Herlin.****

 

FRANCE – PROVENCE

PROVENCE WINERIES / Château Barbanau.** Château Romanin.**** Domaine les Fouques.****

BANDOL WINERIES / Domaine Belouve.** Domaine Moulin des Costes.** Domaine Ray-Janne.** Domaine Sainte-Anne.** Domaines Bunan.**

BELLET WINERIES / Clos Saint Vincent.****

CASSIS WINERIES / Clos Saint-Magdelene.** Clos Val Bruyère.**

CÔTES DE PROVENCE WINERIES / See Provence Wineries directly above.

 

FRANCE – RHÔNE VALLEY

RHÔNE VALLEY WINERIES / Château de Bastet.**** Château de Manissy.**** Domaine Achard-Vincent.**** Domaine de La Guicharde.**** Domaine des Amadieu.**** Domaine des Carabiniers.**** Domaine Gramenon.**** Domaine Oratoire St Martin.****

CHÂTEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE WINERIES / Château de Manissy.**** Clos du Caillou.**

CLAIRETTE DE BELLEGARDE WINERIES / Terre des Chardons.****

CROZES-HERMITAGE Aléofane.**

LIRAC WINERIES / Château de Manissy.**** Domaine des Carabiniers.****

ST-JOSEPH Aléofane.**

TAVEL WINERIES / Château de Manissy.**** Domaine des Carabiniers.****

 

FRANCE – ROUSSILLON

ROUSSILLON WINERIES / Domaine Carle-Courty.** Domaine de l’Horizon.** Domaine des Mathouans.**** Domaine du Traginer.**** Domaine Ferrer-Ribière.** Domaine Joliette.** Domaine Laguerre.** Domaine Les Enfants Sauvages.**** Domaine Matassa.***

 

FRANCE – SOUTH WEST

AGENAIS WINERIES / Domaine de Quissat.**

ARIÈGE WINERIES / Coteaux d’Engravées.** Dominik Benz.**

AVEYRON WINERIES / Eddi Bertau.****

BERGERAC WINERIES / Château La Jaubertie. Château Laroque.**** Château Le Chabrier.** Château Le Payral.** Château Les Miaudoux.** Château Richard. Château Theulet et Marselet.** Domaine Grinou. Domaine Jonc Blanc.  

BUZET WINERIES / Domaine du Pech.****

CAHORS WINERIES / Château Vent d’Autan.**** Domaine des Savarines.**** Mas del Perié.****

CÔTES DE MILLAU WINERIES / Eddi Bertau.****

FRONTON WINERIES / Domaine

GAILLAC WINERIES / Causse Marines.**** Château de Mayragues.**** Domaine de Gineste. Domaine Plageoles.

JURANÇON WINERIES / Château Lapuyade.**

MARCILLAC WINERIES / Causse Marines.****

 

GERMANY

1994 In 1994 roughly 330 German estates cultivated 1,316 hectares (3,250 acres) of organic vineyards, which represented 1.2% of Germany’s total vineyard surface area.47Source: Günther Schruft,Grower experiences in Germany’, in Organic Grape and Wine Production Symposium, 1995, ed. R. Pool, p.65-75.

 

GERMANY – AHR

AHR WINERIES /

 

GERMANY – BADEN

1994 In 1994 Baden had 105 farms and co-operatives producing organic wines from 350 hectares (865 acres), equating to 2.2% of Baden’s 16,000 hectare (39,520 acres) vineyard.48Source: Günther Schruft,Grower experiences in Germany’, in Organic Grape and Wine Production Symposium, 1995, ed. R. Pool, p.65-75.

BADEN WINERIES / Auhof Obst- und Weinbau Thomas Pfisterer.****  Hofgut Sonnenschein.****  Ökohof Ruesch.**** Weingut Baumann.**** Weingut Bertram Isele.**** Weingut Duijn.**** Weingut Gallushof.**** Weingut Harteneck.**** Weingut Klaus Vorgrimmler.**** Weingut Pix.**** Weingut Riedlin.****  Weingut Rieger.**** Weingut Trautwein.**** Weingut Zähringer.**** Winzer– und Obsthof Brenneisen.****  Winzerhof Linder.****

 

GERMANY – FRANKEN

FRANKEN WINERIES / Weingut Helmut Christ.**** Weingut Deppisch.**** Weingut Hell.****

 

GERMANY – MOSEL

MOSEL WINERIES / Kloster Ebernach.** Staffelter Hof.*** Weingut Melsheimer.**** Weingut Schömann.**** Weingut Sybille Küntz.****  Wiengut zur Römerkelter.***

 

GERMANY – NAHE

NAHE WINERIES / Hermeshof.**  Weingut Fuchs Jacobus.**** Weingut im Zwölberich.****

 

GERMANY – PFALZ

PFALZ WINERIES / Das Hirschhorner Weinkontor Frank John.**** Weingut Alter Zollberg.**** Weingut Bender.**** Weingut Christmann.** Weingut Dr Wehrheim.** Weingut Dr Bürklin-Wolf.**** Weingut Eymann.**** Weingut Janson Bernhard.**** Weingut Jürgen Leiner.**** Weingut Odinstal.**** Weingut Rebholz.** Weingut Pflüger.****

 

GERMANY – RHEINGAU

RHEINGAU WINERIES / Weingut Donnermühle.**** Weingut Hans Lang.**** Weingut Peter Jakob Kühn.****

 

GERMANY – RHEINHESSEN

RHEINHESSEN WINERIES / Gustavshof.**** Helmut Sander.**** Walfried Sander.**** Weingut Alexander Gysler.**** Weingut Brüder Dr Becker.**** Weingut Feth-Wehrhof.**** Weingut Goldschmidt.** Weingut Harald Scholl.**** Weingut Peter Schmitt & Sohn.  Weingut Stefan Sander.**** Weingut Wambalderhof.** Weingut Wittmann.*** 

 

GERMANY – SAALE-UNSTRUT

SAALE-UNSTRUT WINERIES / Hartmut Rühlmann.**** Konrad Buddrus.****

 

GERMANY – SACHSEN

SACHSEN WINERIES / 

 

GERMANY – WÜRTTEMBERG

WÜRTTEMBERG WINERIES / Schlossgut Hohenbeilstein.** Weingut Albert Häussermann.**** Weingut Beurer.**** Ökoweingut Andreas Stutz.**** Weingut Schmalzried.**** 

 

HUNGARY

BADACSONY WINERIES / Bencze.****

TOKAJI WINERIES / Pendits.****

VILLÁNY-SIKLÓS WINERIES / Wassmann.****

 

ITALY

2015 In 2015 Italy had 83,642 hectares (206,596 acres) of organic vineyards, representing over 10% of the national vineyard.49Millésime Bio 2017 Dossier de Presse p.14 

 

ITALY – ABRUZZO

ABRUZZO WINERIES / Aquaviva.**** Cantina Orsogna (co-op).**** Demetrawine–Valle Reale Popoli.** Jasci Donatello.** Torre Raone.***

 

 ITALY – ALTO ADIGE

ALTO ADIGE WINERIES / Alois Lageder.**** Manincor.**** Zollweghof.****

 

ITALY – BASILICATA

BASILICATA WINERIES / Basilisco.** Cantine del Notaio.**** Macarico.****

 

ITALY – CALABRIA

CALABRIA WINERIES / A’Vita.** Casa Comerci.** Cataldo Calabretta.** Piana di Sibari.**

 

ITALY – CAMPANIA

CAMPANIA WINERIES / Casa di Baal.*** 

 

ITALY – EMILIA ROMAGNA

ROMAGNA WINERIES / TENUTA MARA.****  

 

ITALY – FRIULI

FRIULI WINERIES / I Clivi.** Martellozzo.** Venchiarezza.** 

 

ITALY – PIEMONTE (PIEDMONT)

PIEMONTE WINERIES / Antoci Convento.**** Cà del Bric.** Cantine Volpi. Cascina Corte. Cascina degli Ulivi. Cascina Zerbetta. Castello di Tassarolo.**** Erbaluna.** Kurt Haegi.**** Iuli. La Raia.**** Lo Spaventapasseri.** Lo Zerbone.** Mario Torelli.** Matteo Correggia.** Nuova Cappelletta.**** Pernigotti.** Punset.** Rovero Fratelli.** San Fereolo. Tenuta Migliavacca.**** Tre Poggi.** Valli Unite.**

 

ITALY – PUGLIA (APULIA)

PUGLIA WINERIES / Antica Enotria.** Amastuola.** Cantine Tre Pini.** Cefalicchio.**** Colli della Murgia.** Fatalone–Petrera Pasquale.* Natalino del Prete.** Plantamura.**

 

ITALY – SARDEGNA (SARDINIA)

SARDINIA WINERIES / Tenuta Dettori.****

 

ITALY – SICILIA (SICILY)

SICILY WINERIES / Abbazia Santa Anastasia.**** Bosco Falconeria.** Canicattì Viticoltori Associati.** Di Giovanna.** Feudo Montoni.** Firriato.** Funaro.** Masseria del Feudo.** Porta del Vento.** Terra del Gattopardo.** Valdibella.** Vino di Anna.* Vino Lauria.**

 

ITALY – TOSCANA (TUSCANY)

BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO DOCG WINERIES / Bolsignano.** Camigliano.** Campi di Fonterenza.** Casa Raia.** Casato Prime Donne.** Castelgiocondo.** Cava d’Onice.** Col d’Orcia.** Col di Lamo.** Collelceto.** Collemattoni.** Cordella.** Cupano.** Fornacella.** Fornacina.** Il Cocco.** Il Paradiso di Frassina.** La Magia.** La Palazzetta.** La Rasina.** La Serena.** Le Chiuse.**  Le Macioche.** Le Ragnaie.**  Loacker Corte Pavone.** Pian dell’Orino.*** Piancornello.** Piombaia.** Podere Le Ripi.** Poggio di Sotto.** Renieri.** Salicutti.** San Giuseppe (Stella di Campalto).**** San Polino.** San Polo.** Sanlorenzo.** Santa Maria.** Sassodisole.** Tassi.** Terrealsole.** 

CHIANTI DOCG WINERIES / Fattoria La Vialla.****

CHIANTI CLASSICO WINERIES BY COMMUNE:

BARBERINO VAL D’ELSA / Le Filigare.** Le Masse.** Quercia al Poggio.**

CASTELLINA-IN-CHIANTI / Antico Podere Casanova.** Buondonno.** Casale dello Sparviero.** Castagnoli.** Castello La Leccia.** Concadoro.** Gagliole.** Il Cellese.** Pomona.** Querceto di Castellina.** San Fabiano Calcinaia.** Tenuta di Lilliano.** Villa Trasqua.** 

CASTELNUOVO BERARDENGA / Carpineta Fontalpino.** Castell’in Villa.** Dievole.** Fattoria di Corsignano.** Fattoria di Valiano.** Fèlsina.** Tenuta Cappellina.** Terra di Seta.** Villa di Geggiano.** 

GAIOLE-IN-CHIANTI / Badia a Coltibuono.** Cantalici.** Fattoria San Giusto in Rentennano.** I Sodi.** La Montanina.** Le Miccine.** Mannucci Droandi.** Maurizio Alongi.** Monterotondo.** Riecine.** Rocca di Castagnoli–Capraia.** Rocca di Montegrossi.** 

GREVE-IN CHIANTI / Antico Borgo di Sugame.** Brogioni Maurizio.** Candiale.** Casaloste.** Castell di Verrazzano.** Castellinuzza e Piuca (Cocci Giuliano).** Fattoria di Lamole.** Fontodi.** I Fabbri.** Il Molino di Grace.** Il Palagio di Panzano.** Lamole di Lamole.** Le Cinciole.** Le Fonti.** L’Orcio a Ca’ di Pesa.** Monte Bernardi.** Montecalvi.** Montefioralle.** Monteraponi.** Panzanello.** Podere Cianfanelli.** Poggiotondo.** Querciabella.** Reggine.** Renzo Marinai.** Rignana.** Santo Stefano.** Tenuta La Novella.** Terreno.** Vallone di Cecione.** Vecchie Terre di Montefili. Vignamaggio.** Villa Calcinaia.** Vitticcio.**

POGGIBONSI / Fattoria le Fonti.** 

RADDA IN CHIANTI / Caparsa.** Castello di Radda.** Castello di Volpaia.** Castello Monterinaldi.** Colle Bereto.** Fattoria di Montemaggio.**Il Barlettaio.** Istine.** L’Erta di Radda.** Poggerino.** Val delle Corti.** Vignavecchia.** 

SAN CASCIANO IN VAL DI PESA / Cigliano.** Fattoria San Michele a Torri.** La Querce Seconda.** Montesecondo.** Orsumella.** Poggio Torselli.** Principe Corsini–Villa Le Corti.** 

TAVARNELLE VAL VAL DI PESA / Poggio al Sole.**

COLLINE LUCCHESI WINERIES / Sardi Giustiniani.*** Valgiano.****

COSTA TOSCANA DOC WINERIES / See Maremma Toscana, below.

MAREMMA TOSCANA DOC WINERIES / Ampeleia.****

MORELLINO DI SCANSANO DOCG WINERIES / LaSelva.** 

ORCIA DOC WINERIES / Podere Forte.****

SAN GIMIGNANO ROSATO/ROSSO DOC WINERIES / Canneta.** Rampa di Fugnano.*

TOSCANA DOC WINERIES / Duemani.****

VALDICHIANA BIANCO DOC WINERIES / Fattoria La Vialla.****

VERNACCIA DI SAN GIMIGNANO DOCG WINERIES / Canneta.** Rampa di Fugnano.*

VIN SANTO DEL CHIANTI DOC WINERIES / Fattoria La Vialla.****

VINO NOBILE DI MONTEPULCIANO WINERIES / Avignonesi.*** Belvedere Colonna.** Croce di Febo.** Il Cavalierino.** Il Conventino.** Il Molinaccio.** Massimo Romeo.** Podere della Bruciata.** Salcheto.** Valdipiatta.**

 

UMBRIA

COLLI MARTANI WINERIES Antonelli San Marco.** Di Filippo.***

SAGRANTINO DI MONTEFALCO WINERIES Antonelli San Marco.**

 

NEW ZEALAND

2015 New Zealand had 165 certified organic or Biodynamic estates with a collective 1,900 hectares (4,693 acres) of vineyards and 69 certified organic wineries. This meant 5.4% of New Zealand’s vineyard area had certification (by Assure, Demeter or Bio-Gro). By region: 16.1% Otago. 4.9% Marlborough.50Jared White of BioGro, 10 July 2015, Organic Wine Conference, Blenheim July 2015.

2007 Bio-Gro New Zealand certified 20 organic growers with 225 hectares (555 acres) of vineyards.51Jared White of BioGro, 10 July 2015, Organic Wine Conference, Blenheim July 2015.

1989-1999 Bio-Gro New Zealand certified 6 organic growers.52Jared White of BioGro, 10 July 2015, Organic Wine Conference, Blenheim July 2015.

AUCKLAND WINERIES / Artisan. Turanga Creek.

GISBORNE WINERIES / The Millton Vineyard. Tiritiri. Wrights Winery.

HAWKES BAY WINERIES / Hawkhurst. Kingsley Estate. Mission Estate. Triple Terrace. Two Gates. Stonecroft.**

MARLBOROUGH WINERIES / Antipode. Bamfield. Belmonte. Brancott Estate. CatCreek. Churton. Clos Henri. Dog Point. Esk Valley. Fancrest. Folium, Francis Estate. Fromm. Giesen. Greywacke. Grove Mill. Herzog. Huia. Nautilus. Rock Ferry. Seresin. Spy Valley. Straw Lodge. Te Whare Ra. The Darling. The Loveblock. Tobermore. Walnut Block. Windrush. Yealands.

MARTINBOROUGH WINERIES / Schubert. Vynfields.

NELSON WINERIES / Claybank. Greenhough. Kaimira. Partington. Richmond Plains.**** Sunset Valley. Woollaston.

OTAGO WINERIES / Amisfield. Aurum. Burn Cottage. Carrick. Domaine Rewa.*** Felton Road. Kawarau. Mount Edward. Peregine. Pisa Range. Prophet’s Rock. Quartz Reef.**** Rippon. Rock Ferry. Surveyor Thomson.

WAIKATO WINERIES / Covell.

WAIPARA WINERIES / Bellbird Spring. Greystone. Muddy Water. Pyramid Valley.

WAIRARAPA WINERIES / Urlar.***

 

PORTUGAL

ALENTEJO WINERIES / Amoreira da Torre.** Herdade dos Lagos.**

DOURO WINERIES / Casal dos Jordões.** Maritavora. Quinta da Romeu.**

 

SLOVENIA

PRIMORIJE WINERIES / Aci Urbajs.**** Guerila.**** Korenika & Moskon.****

 

SOUTH AFRICA

SOUTH AFRICA WINERIES / Elgin Ridge.** Laibach.** Lazanou.** Reyneke.**** Upland.** Waterkloof.*** Wedderwill.**

 

SPAIN

2015 In 2015 Spain had 96,951 hectares (239,469 acres) of organic vineyards representing 9% of the national vineyard.53Millésime Bio 2017 Dossier de Presse p.14 

2007 In 2007 Spain had 17,189 hectares (42,456 acres) of organic vineyards.54‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

2006 In 2006 Spain had 16,832 hectares (41,575 acres) of organic vineyards.55‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

2005 In 2005 Spain had 15,991 hectares (40,000 acres) of organic vineyards.56‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010. 

2004 In 2004 Spain had 14,928 hectares (36,900 acres) of organic vineyards.57‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

2003 In 2003 Spain had 16,453 hectares (40,640 acres) of organic vineyards.58‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

2002 In 2002 Spain had 16,038 hectares (39,613 acres) of organic vineyards.59‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

2001 In 2001 Spain had 11,841 hectares (28,418 acres) of organic vineyards.60‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

2000 In 2000 Spain had 10,804 hectares (26,685 acres) of organic vineyards.61‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

1999 In 1999 Spain had 8,768 hectares (21,660 acres) of organic vineyards.62‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

1998 In 1998 Spain had 5,729 hectares (14,150 acres) of organic vineyards.63‘An analysis of the EU Organic Sector’, European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development, June 2010.

 

SPAIN WINERIES

CASTILLA WINERIES / Bodegas Camino Alto. Bodegas Pinuaga. Tinedo. 

CATALUÑA / Bodegas El Grial. Vins de Taller.

CAVA WINERIES / Vendrell Olivella.

CONCA DE BARBERÁ WINERIES / Celler Rendé Masdeu.

JUMILLA WINERIES / Bodega Cérron.

LA MANCHA WINERIES / Bodega La Tercia. Parra Jiménez.

MALLORCA WINERIES / Celler Mesquida Mora. Olivier Moragues. 

MANCHUELA WINERIES / Altolandon. Finca El Molar. Vega Tolosa.

NAVARRA WINERIES / Bodegas Aristu. Bodegas Lezaun. Quaderna Via.

PENEDES WINERIES / Can Suríol.

PLA I LLEVANT WINERIES / Can Majoral.**

RIAS BAIXAS WINERIES / Bodegas Corisca.

RIBERA DEL DUERO WINERIES / Bodegas Paramo Arroyo. Finca Torremilanos.****

RIOJA WINERIES / Biurko Gorri.** Bodegas Bagordi. Bodegas Las Cepas. Castillo de Mendoza. Domeco de Jarauta.** Navarrsotillo. Viña Ijalba.** Viña Ilusion.** 

RUEDA WINERES / Arriezu. 

SIERRA DE SALAMANCA WINERIES / Cámbrico. 

TXACOLÍ WINERIES / Bengoexte.

UTIEL-REQUENA WINERIES / Vegalfaro. 

VALENCIA WINERIES / Navarrsotillo. 

 

SWITZERLAND

SWITZERLAND WINERIES / Anne Müller.**** Domaine de Beudon.**** Domaine La Capitaine.**** Domaine la Liaudisaz.**** Litwan Wein.****

 

UNITED KINGDOM

2017 Around one million new vines were due to be planted in England and Wales in 2017, the biggest number ever, meaning the UK vineyard area would expand by 18% to around 2,650 hectares (6,545 acres).64Stephen Skelton MW, personal communication.

2009 At least 100 hectares (247 acres) of vines were planted in England and Wales in 2009, bringing the total to around 1,350 hectares (3,334 acres).65Stephen Skelton MW, personal communication.

ENGLAND WINERIES / Albury Vineyard.** Avonleigh.** Chevelswarde.** Davenport Vineyards.** Forty Hall Community Vineyard. Laverstoke ParkLimeburn Hill.**** Quoins.** Sedlescombe.**** Shire Farm.

WALES WINERIES / Ancre Hill.**** Llaethliw Vineyard.** Wernduu.** 

 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

USA – CALIFORNIA

2016 In 2016 California’s wine grape vineyards were estimated at 243,724 hectares (602,000 acres), of which 226,720 hectares (560,000 acres) bearing and 17,004 hectares (42,000 acres) non-bearing.66California Grape Acreage Report 2016 Crop, California Dept of Food & Agriculture in cooperation with USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, p.2. In 2016 CCOF certified 4,309 hectares (10,644 acres) of organic wine grapes. This means 1.77% of California’s wine grapes were certified organic by CCOF. Data from other certifiers not yet available.

2015 In 2015 California’s wine grape vineyards were estimated at 246,154 hectares (608,000 acres), of which 226,720 hectares (560,000 acres) bearing and 19,433 hectares (48,000 acres) non-bearing.67California Grape Acreage Report 2016 Crop, California Dept of Food & Agriculture in cooperation with USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, p.2. CCOF certified 4,212 hectares (10,405 acres) of organic wine grapes. This means 1.71% of California’s wine grapes were certified organic by CCOF. Data from other certifiers not yet available.

2014 In 2014 California’s wine grape vineyards were estimated at 256,250 hectares (615,000 acres), of which 226,720 hectares (565,000 acres) bearing and 20,833 hectares (50,000 acres) non-bearing.68California Grape Acreage Report 2016 Crop, California Dept of Food & Agriculture in cooperation with USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, p.2. CCOF certified 4,358 hectares (10,766 acres) of organic wine grapes. This means 1.70% of California’s wine grapes were certified organic by CCOF. Data from other certifiers not yet available.

2013 In 2013 CCOF certified 4,550 hectares (11,237 acres) of organic wine grapes. 

2012 In 2012 CCOF certified 4,661 hectares (11,514 acres) of organic wine grapes. 

2011 In 2011 California’s wine grape vineyards were estimated at 216,507 hectares (535,000 acres), of which 201,129 hectares (497,000 acres) were bearing and 5,378 hectares (38,000 acres) were non-bearing. CCOF certified 11,906 acres (4,820 hectares) of organic wine grapes. This means 2.4% of California’s wine grapes were certified organic by CCOF. Data from other certifiers not yet available.

2010 CCOF certified 4,814 hectares (11,892 acres) of organic wine grapes. 

2009 CCOF certified 4,177 hectares (10,318 acres) of organic wine grapes. 

2008 CCOF certified 3,936 hectares (9,727 acres) of organic wine grapes. 

2003 In 2003 California’s vineyards were estimated at 357,085 hectares (882,000 acres), as reported by the California Agricultural Statistics Service, and were largely composed of wine and juice grapes (529,000 acres, 60%), followed by raisin (29.5%), and table (10.5%) grapes. Of this, about 1% is organic.69Source: ‘Organic vineyard management in California’, Paper presented at a symposium entitled “IPM in Organic Systems”, XXII International Congress of Entomology, Brisbane, Australia, 16 August 2004 by Kent M. Daane, Rhonda J. Smith, Karen M. Klonsy & Walter J. Bentley, Organic-Research.com May 2005 37N-55N.

1999 In 1999 California had 190,266 hectares (470,158 acres) of wine grapes of which 151,657 hectares (374,752 acres) were bearing and 38,610 hectares (95,407 acres) were non-bearing. Of this 1,172 hectares (4,231 acres) of wine grape vineyards were certified organic by CCOF.70Source: John McKeon, Grower Certification, CCOF, perso communication. This means 1.13% of California’s wine grapes were certified organic by CCOF. Data from other certifiers not yet available.

1989 In 1989 California had 117,359 hectares (290,000 acres) of bearing wine grapes plus 17,159 hectares (42,400 acres) of non-bearing grapes giving a reported total of 134,517 hectares (332,400 acres). Of this, CCOF certified 81 hectares (200 acres) of organic wine grapes. This means 0.17% of California’s wine grapes were certified organic by CCOF. Data from other certifiers not yet available. 

ANDERSON VALLEY WINERIES / Filigreen Farm.** 

LAKE COUNTY WINERIES / Ceàgo del Lago.**** Clover Creek. Hawk & Horse.

MENDOCINO COUNTY WINERIES / Bonterra. Dark Horse. Frey Vineyards.**** Fetzer Vineyards.**** Golden Cellars.**** Jeriko. Mattern. Paul Dolan Vineyards. 

NAPA VALLEY WINERIES / Adamvs. Araujo.**** Frog’s Leap.** Grgich Hills. Robert Sinskey.

PASO ROBLES WINERIES / Ambyth.**** Tablas Creek.

POTTER VALLEY WINERIES / Vecino.**

RUSSIAN RIVER WINERIES / Deloach. Porter Bass. Porter Creek. 

SAN LUIS OBISPO WINERIES / Chequera.****

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY WINERIES / Condor’s Hope.**

SANTA CRUZ WINERIES / Bonny Doon.

SANTA RITA HILLS WINERIES / Ampelos.****

SANTA YNEZ WINERIES / Beckmen.****

SIERRA NEVADA FOOTHILLS WINERIES / La Clarine Farm.*

 

USA – OREGON

OREGON WINERIES / Bergström. Brick House.**** Celilo Falls.** Cooper Mountain.**** Cowhorn.**** Evesham Wood. Jacob Hart Vineyard. Johan Vineyards.**** Keeler Estate.**** Kelley Fox Wine.**** King Estate.**** Maysara.**** Montinore. Sokol Blosser. Upper Five Vineyard. Winderlea Wine Company.****

 

USA – WASHINGTON STATE

WASHINGTON STATE WINERIES / Celilo Falls.**