Mindful Winemaking

Mindful Winemaking is based on the belief that great wines are made in the vineyard rather than in the winery. It’s something we’re pretty passionate about, which is why we’re focusing on our Mindful winemakers for the whole of April, May and June.

The 12 producers we're highlighting are a varied bunch. Many of them use organic, biodynamic or sustainable practices. Some are certified, some are not. But what unites them is a respect for their land, people, animals, and the environment. They are committed to putting back what they take out and to leaving the land in a healthier state for future generations.

So, why Mindful and why now?

The ‘clean eating’ movement has made people increasingly conscious about the quality of what they consume, and the threat of climate change has sparked a growing interest in the environmental impact of how it’s produced. Add to this a desire for authenticity, craft and a good story, and these wines are a selection that tick every box.

The proof's in the numbers!

Meet the winemakers

Sales of organic wines have exploded in the last few years and look set to continue. But it’s about more than just the ‘organic’ label. Consumers are increasingly interested in provenance and a good story, which these producers have buckets of!

Albourne Estate Alois Lageder Bodegas Bhilar Chateau de Saint Cosme
Domaine de la Pinte Domaine Fouassier Garage Wine Co. Huia
La Dama Las Moradas de San Martin Llopart Millton Vineyards

Contact your Account Manager to try any of the incredible wines, and make sure you're following (and posting!) #MindfulWinemaking on social @bibendumwine.

See the full range of Mindful wines and find out more about the campaign in our booklet here.


A gastronomic love affair began young, when this caviar adoring child ended up chasing Michelin stars as an adolescent. Many meals later, a wine obsession grew. Now she’s learning fast and delving into the wine world with ambition and a great passion, writing, taking pictures and tasting where she can. @lottiejlevy

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