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Napa, CA, United States, 2008/01/16 - The mood barometer in the organic wine industry has never been so good. Importers and traders specializing in organic wines enjoyed two-figure growth rates again in 2006.
Not only the sales figures are rising; in contrast to conventional wines, the suppliers’ turnover figures are also right. BioFach 2008, the World Organic Trade Fair, is also the biggest organic wine exhibition in the world.
An increasing number of winegrowers in the international wine market are backing organic wines. Organic agriculture has two cultivation methods: the biological-organic and biological-dynamic management methods.
Biological-dynamic is the production method named after the anthroposophical doctrines of Rudolf Steiner. This method not only takes material substances and the physical forces of nature into account, but also aspects such as moon phases. In bio-dynamic wine growing, for example, the astrological calendar is also consulted when the wine is moved from one vat to another.
ID International’s Design Director Mathew Jacobs then stated: “We’re also seeing that the growing popularity of organic wines here in California is growing across other related regional food industries as well such as olive oil, breads, cheeses, and even beer. ID is ready to assist any of these industries with our brand design and idea development capabilities.”
They both then encouraged all to visit their site to find out more. ID International is a branding agency, developing both print and web systems to build brands of high effectiveness worldwide. You can currently review ID International’s website.
Consumers are increasingly demanding organic wine – and worldwide. According to industry experts, organic wine is also gaining more and more fans among sommeliers and customers in countries like the USA and organic wines from the USA are finding a growing number of supporters in Europe.