Did you know that over 70% of wines today contain heavy metals? Or, that over 80% contain at least one pesticide? That’s why Lifevine Wines has committed to complete transparency about their wines: a certified organic Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay from California, and Pinot Noir from Oregon. At Lifevine, they believe wine should be free of harmful pesticides and industrial and environmental contaminants. All of their wines are zero sugar, low carb, and low calorie, keto and WW friendly. Best of all, they actually taste very very good. The wines have been independently sampled and tested in an accredited analytical chemistry laboratory for 213 harmful environmental and industrial contaminants and toxins and a total of 415 pesticides. Lifevine Wines are Certified Pesticide Free and have won a Clean Label Project Purity Award for their commitment to ingredient purity. And they are zero sugar, low carb, low calorie, keto-friendly and Weight Watchers points approved.
We tasted the 2018 Lifevine Pinot. Full of polished fruit and smooth tannins, this is a dark ruby gem balanced nicely with cherry, red plum and wild strawberry. Enticing aromas of dried sage, leather and mushroom. Good minerality.
The Lifeline 2018 Cabernet is a bright and vibrant wine with fresh currant, cassis, black cherry and boysenberry on the nose. Lively acidity. A touch of chocolate and wood spice. This is a rich, supple, complex and complete wine of quality. Barrel-aged in toasted Fremch oak.
Lifevine’s 2019 Chardonnay is sourced from California’s Terra Alta vineyard and is medium gold in color with hints of subtle green. The nose sings of golden apple and honeydew melon. Honey, oak, cinnamon and vanilla flavors caress the palate. A finely structured wine, rich with fruit and minerality.
Pure and natural never tasted this good. Visit http://www.lifevinewines.com