Wine for Thought

Hi, I'm Veronique Raskin and I am the founder & CEO of The Organic Wine Company. My blog is mostly about organic wine & self-development, as well as anything else that interests and inspires me!

Organic Wine Company Mission Statement: Done!

LogoAt the Organic Wine Company, our mission is to connect with our fellow man, especially those who are involved in and living an organic life style: eating organically-produced foods, eschewing genetically-modified products, exercising regularly and caring for the Earth.

As part of that discerning lifestyle, many of our friends already enjoy a glass of wine with their meals, as recommended by medical research and experts as part of a healthy diet.

We want everyone to know that they can now enjoy critically-acclaimed organic wines, and we suggest that they look for wines made from CERTIFIED organic grapes: wines artistically crafted by the pioneers of the organic wine movement and bottled at the source by the producers. The label should proudly say, “made with certified organic grapes,” and a logo from an independent certification agency should be displayed.

This is the guarantee that the producers have adhered to strict organic standards in the production of their wines, standards which respect all members of the chain of life.

The certification guarantee also honors the courageous men and women who undertook conversion of their lands to organic practices over 50 years ago, long before it was the popular thing to do.

When our customers choose a wine made from certified organic grapes it sends a clear message: they care about bringing a quality wine to their table to share with their loved ones, and they want to contribute to an important movement that provides pleasure, health and good will to the Earth and all of its inhabitants.


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This entry was posted on January 12, 2013 by in Uncategorized.
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