A Truly Organic Experience – Profiling Pure Vision and Nature’s Step Wines

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Australia Trade Tasting Profiles Pure Vision and Nature’s Step Wines

Light’s View Wines has been helping pioneer the organic movement with their Pure Vision and Nature’s Step brands. Bursting with fruit and reflecting a distinctly pure terroir, their organic line-up is something special.

While organic wines may have appealed to a select market a decade ago, it only takes an afternoon tasting Pure Vision and Nature’s Step’s offering of dynamic varietals to taste why the category is a leading example of what innovation is bringing to the industry. As some of the few organic selections coming from Adelaide Plains, consumers and critics alike are quick to identify that these wines are far more impressive than just another boutique offering.

Light’s View Wines has been helping pioneer the organic movement with their Pure Vision and Nature’s Step brands. Bursting with fruit and reflecting a distinctly pure terroir, their organic line-up is something special. The Mediterranean like climate of Adelaide Hills and Light’s View’s forty year old, converted organic vineyards are the perfect recipe for a showcase wine and they’ve been getting their fair share of attention.

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It’s their vision to become one of South Australia’s leading wine companies in all areas of business while maintaining top quality organic standards in their vineyards. Between their diverse line-up and unique story, Light’s View’s organic wine brands really shine. We talked with Teresa Carypidis and asked her about what it means to be on the leading edge of such an exciting new category.

Light’s View is a really interesting name – how did you decide on it?
The name Light’s View originates from Lt. Colonel William Light – the first surveyor general of South Australia. In 1836, he chose Adelaide as the capital city for South Australia, designed the city centre, and created the park lands. We chose the name ‘Light’s View’ Wines because we are proud of the history behind our terroir and want people around the world to know the story behind our Adelaide based winery. The Colonel’s role in founding and designing Adelaide is remembered at Light’s Vision.

What does it mean to be and How Long have Nature’s Step and Pure Vision been ‘certified’ Organic?  
Our vineyards have been 100% certified organic since 2010. Becoming certified organic takes a lot of time and (money) and patience. In order to be certified we went through a strict 3 year conversion process with a certifying body.
We have eliminated the use of synthetic chemicals, fertilisers and pesticides, which over the years can be detrimental to the soil, planet and the wine drinker. Now, nearly five years on, the soils are clean and feed off living organisms. Being certified organic means that consumers can trust that our vineyards are grown and our wine is produced in accordance with national organic standards. We are also USDA certified which means our wines meet the strict organic criteria for USA enabling us to widen our export market.

What kind of consumers do your organic wines really resonate with?
Our organic wines are targeted to the modern day wine drinker looking for a healthier alternative to conventional wines without compromising quality. Our wines are low in sulphur, so we also reach out to those consumers who have sulphur allergies, as they find it difficult to drink and enjoy conventional wine. We want our customer’s to drink and enjoy our organic wines – without the nasty side-effects.

What are you excited about showing Industry buyers and media at
Australia Trade Tasting?
We cannot wait to show the buyers at Australia Trade Tasting our award winning organic wine range. We have created a unique range of organic wines that are affordable for the market. Come and see for yourself how fresh and fruity our wines are – customer’s will love them. We also want to share our families’ journey into the organic wine business and how excited we are to be a part of the organic movement.


An icon brand of the South Australia wine industry, Pure Vision and Nature’s Step are perfect examples of how good a truly organic offering can be. The cool coastal breezes and abundance of sunshine in the Adelaide Hills create ideal weather conditions for their vineyards to thrive under the certified organic requirements. The vineyards yield some of the country’s most unique grapes and they are taking advantage of the opportunity they present by making some remarkably unique wines with every one. The evidence is in the purity of their offering – these wines reflects the story of an extraordinary team and their commitment to their home, our country and the future of a sustainable wine industry for everyone.

Are you a wine importer, or distributor looking for organic wines for your portfolio? Get involved with Australia Trade Tasting and connect with some leading Australian wineries.

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Wine Importers In Australia

List of some of the leading Wine Importers in Australia
Wine Importers In Australia
1)
Eurocentric Wine

Eurocentric is a wine importer based in Victoria and has a portfolio of european wines. The goal of Eurocentric Wine Imports is to bring Australian drinkers great wine from Europe and European-styled wines from other regions such as New Zealand and South Africa in as good condition as if you drank them at the winery.

The company is run by Neville Yates, a former career journalist who succumbed to his passion, embracing a combination of his loves — wine, people and travel.

He meets the winemakers in the vineyards and in the cellars, tastes at the source, negotiates good deals, chooses reliable refrigerated transport and delivers to Australia great wines at a reasonable cost through the retailers, restaurants and wine bars you know and trust. Retail sales are available through this website.

2)
World Wine Estates

World Wine Estates (WWE) is a wine importer and distributor in Australia that was established in 1988 as the import and wholesale arm of the Ultimo Wine Centre, Sydney’s famous premier wine retailer. WWE specialised in imported wines, especially French. The current owner and director, James Johnston, joined WWE in 1999. In 2005 by a mutual amicable agreement, WWE became a separate company to Ultimo Wine Centre.

Since 2005, James Johnston has continued to grow World Wine Estates and has added premium Australian and New Zealand agencies to its portfolio whilst maintaining the specialist French wine focus. All our wines are carefully chosen to ensure that we offer our customers high quality wines to suit every type of business: bars, pubs, restaurants, retailers…

World Wine Estates’ sales team and distribution now extends from New South Wales into Victoria, SA, ACT, WA and Queensland.

3)
Echelon Wine Partners
Echelon proudly presents a portfolio of dynamic and innovative wines from some of the world’s finest wine producing regions. Every wine in the portfolio is modern in approach and expresses its origin.

4)
Trembath & Taylor
Established in 1994, the original principals of Trembath and Taylor, Michael Trembath and Virginia Taylor, were joined by Matt Paul in 2005. Each of the shareholders has extensive wine industry knowledge and experience.

Trembath & Taylor’s head office is in South Melbourne, Victoria, and Matt Irwin manages New South Wales from Sydney. Every year sees the group spending a combined three months in Italy enjoying local culture, visiting our wineries, tasting new releases, travelling and seeking out new wines. Trembath & Taylor has agents in Western Australia (Dave Mullen Wine Agency), South Australia (Muster Wine Co.), Northern Territory (Thomas Chin), Queensland (Cuttings) and  Tasmania (Wine Profile).

5)
Negociants Australia

Negociants Australia has been an importer of the world’s finest wines since 1984 and we are proud to represent outstanding family owned wineries from Australia and abroad. Our dedicated and knowledgeable team of wine professionals is committed to the highest levels of customer service and quality representation of the wines that we are honoured to distribute. It is this combination of portfolio and people that makes Negociants Australia one of this country’s leading fine wine merchants.

6)
Halle aux Vins
Halle aux Vins is a wine importer in Australia of botique french wines.

Halle aux Vins is committed to broadening horizons for French boutique winemakers, connecting them with Australian wine aficionados; captivating and inspiring Australian consumers, restaurateurs and sommeliers with an ever more distinctive and alluring range.  Galvanised by the dynamism and creativity of the Australian food and wine industry, Halle aux Vins makes an annual pilgrimage to France, unravelling fascinating stories about its partner vignerons, garnering fresh inspiration and uncovering original drops.

7)
Arquilla
Arquilla is one of Australia’s leading importers of Italian food and wine, representing a number of internationally renowned brands. Just click to discover some of the finest food and wine Italy has to offer.

8)
Andrew Guard Wine Imports
Andrew Guard Wine Imports is a specialist importer and merchant of fine wine and spirits. It is owned and operated by Andrew and Kirsten Guard. We are based in Sydney, Australia and have many years experience in the wine, restaurant and retail trade. The vignerons we represent are amongst the best in the world, producing very fine wines with minimal intervention that are reflective of their origins.

9)
Domaine Wine Shippers
Domaine Wine Shippers (D.W.S.) was started in 1977 by Gary and Yvonne Steel. In these early years of inception,the company, based out of Victoria, was known as the Importer of Champagne BILLECART-SALMON and of other premium quality French wine; primarily from the great Domaine’s of Burgundy. Today D.W.S. represents over 25 Australian Vineyards and many wines from France. We are responsible for distributing Champagne BILLECART- SALMON as well as being the sole Australian Importer of Domaine’s from Burgundy; such as Domaine de VOGUE, Domaine Armand ROUSSEAU, Domaine RAVENEAU, Domaine BLAIN-GAGNARD and Domaine BOUCHARD Pere et Fils.

10)
Global Fine Wines
Global Fine Wines was established in 2003 as a premium wine importer and distributor.  Today we represent the produce from acclaimed family winemakers and vignerons in Australia, New  Zealand, Italy and France.  All meticulously manage their vineyards and winemaking processes to capture the true terroir  expression in their wines

They represent wines from Australia, New Zealand, Italy, and France.  All offer individuality, rarity, and above all fine quality and character. We do hope your browsing experience proves interesting, useful and enjoyable.

11)
Nelson Wine Company
Nelson Wine company are Wholesale Distributors of Premium Australian and International Fine Wines with an enviable portfolio of quality producers from all the major wine growing regions of Australia and a small international selection of key producers from France, New-Zealand, Italy, Spain and Germany.

If you are looking to expand your distribution in Australia, get involved in ‘Australia Trade Tasting‘ and show case your brand to hundreds of Australian Importers and Distributors.

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