Our primary wine makers herald from three generations of the leading, dedicated wine makers in Europe (Hungary). They now use their knowledge, expertise and wisdom of their ancestors to produce the highest quality berry and fruit wines in the world. Critical to this objective is their use of the highest quality berries and fruits available in Canada, combined with the pure glacial waters of pristine British Columbia, to produce wines of superlative quality and exceptional character and personality.
All commercial wineries around the world (including France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, California, Australia, Chile, etc.), make their wines using commercially grown and cultivated grapes and berries, which contain very high levels of cancer-causing chemicals, herbicides, pesticides and fungicides. However, Kermode Wild Berry Wines DO NOT CONTAIN ANY CHEMICALS, FERTILIZERS, HERBICIDES, PESTICIDES and FUNGICIDES, since they are made from 100% wild or organic berries. This assures our highly selective and sophisticated global wine connoisseurs and oenophiles of the healthiest, best tasting, highest quality, unadulterated berry and fruit wines in the world !
Several international studies and global wine tasting competitions have now confirmed that organic wines taste much better than non-organic wines. Recently a research team from the world famous University of California used data from the world’s three leading wine publications – Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast – to assess the quality of 74,148 wines produced in California between 1998 and 2009. The researchers used a standardized 100-point scale to control for differences between the magazines scoring system and found that, on average, wines made with certified organic grapes scored 4.1 points higher than non-organic wines.
Wine makers, unequivocally, say that it is better for the taste and quality of wine. Utilizing wild and/or organic fruits makes for a purer taste with more sense of the terroir because you replace pesticides, herbicides and fungicides with the real flavour and taste of the fruit itself.