The green project stands for more
than simply being Organic
Beyond Organic Wine
What is the Green Project?
The Green Project is a set of actions, behaviors, and procedures that have been put in place to contribute to the environmental sustainability of our business, respecting the existing territorial balance. “Social responsibility” has always guided our wine producer with maximum respect for the communities in which the winery operates.
Additives in Wine
The US Wine Industry
The wine industry has spent tens of millions of dollars lobbying politicians to keep content labels off of wine. Wine manufacturers are not required to list their ingredients on the label because wine is regulated by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), and not the FDA. This means that a bottle of wine (even expensive, highly-rated wines) can contain up to 72 "allowed" additives. You will find none of these in any of the SYLTBAR Wines.
Sulfites in Wine
How to Make Mass-Produced
Wine Last Forever
Those bad side effects you feel after consuming commercial wines are caused by toxins induced during farming and manufacturing. Most of the wines sold at big-box retailers contain genetically modified grapes farmed with chemicals like RoundUp and refined with additives.
Low Sulfites Guarantee
Sulfites are a natural by-product of the fermentation process that act as a preservative against certain bacteria. A short fermentation process doesn’t produce enough sulfites to preserve a wine for more than a few weeks, which is why added sulfites are necessary. Other wines ranges from about 5ppm (5 parts per million) to about 250ppm/L. The legal limit in the US is 350ppm g/L.