Saturday, March 28, 2009


What is the lowest sulfate red wine that I can order from you?

We do not monitor the sulfite level in wines. It is a rather irrelevant measure since it varies from one bottling to the next and does not reflect in any predictable way the physiological response one might get from it since a number of other factors are involved. The measure is of total sulfites and never the free or active sulfites which is really the portion that creates reactions.
In any case our red wines are all within short distance from each other between 30 and 60ppm so the difference is not really significant. Bourgogne Pinot Noir is one of the consistently lowest with Domaine des Cedres, below 30ppm.

Dr Mic

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