Presentation of the Eder red wine 2009 by Bodegas Escalera (Escalera Winery)
“We started focusing on our organic production because we did not like the aggressiveness with which crops were treated (herbicides, chemical products, etc.), and we thought that had to be a more natural and less environmentally aggressive way to handle agriculture. In fact, more than 400 chemical products of the 600 currently used in agriculture will be forbidden in Europe in the following five years”.
This is the beginning of the article about Bodegas Escalera (Escalera Winery) published at the Diario de Navarra back in 2005, titled “Crianzas and Reservas may also be organic”.
In 2001, Joseba Landíbar and Isidro Escalera inaugurated their winery in Beire, close to Olite (Navarre), although their families have been growing wine grapes since the XIXth century
Joseba presenting (in Spanish) the Eder Red Wine 2009 at the First International Organic Wine Fair, held in Spain.
First International Organic Wine Fair in Spain
First International Organic Wine Fair in Spain. After the event.
In Spanish: Bodegas Escalera en la primera Feria Internacional del Vino Ecológico