We invite you to try our beautifully crafted Shaw Wines that offer full fruit expression from our vineyards that boast ideal soil and climate conditions.
We at Charles Shaw Winery are determined to bring quality and value to our customers each and every day. This mission has born our passion to bring the best organic wines to consumers across the country. Our vast organically farmed vineyards, state-of-the-art winemaking techniques, and 21st century convenient twist-off and twist-on Helix closure allow us to share our passion in ways consumers have never experienced.
Our Customers have been asking for more options in the “wines made with organic grapes” category. We’ve heard you. We’ve actually been working on this for quite some time – because grapes are crops and crops take time to cultivate, bringing more of these options to our shelves doesn’t happen overnight. But when it finally does happen, it happens in a big way. Big as in Charles Shaw big.
Introducing Charles Shaw Wines made with Organic Grapes, delightfully drinkable, California wines crafted with 100% organic grapes. We’ve been working hand-in-hand with the winemakers for quite some time on these. We’ve been involved in every step of the process – from making sure we got the flavor profiles just right to the rather innovative (if we do say so ourselves) packaging twist of a resealable cork! Yes, it twists off! And of course, with the name Charles Shaw on the label, these wines must be phenomenally priced. And they are. In fact, they’re the best values on California wines made with organically grown grapes we’ve seen anywhere.
Right now, you’ll definitely find Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, and Rosé on our wine shelves. There will be other varietals on the way... All crafted with organically grown grapes, and all at an affordable price. Cheers!
Our wine is made with organic grapes. This means that the grapes used are grown organically, and production of the wine must be in accordance with standards set by the National Organic Program (NOP). No chemical pesticides or chemical herbicides are allowed, but less than 100 parts per million (ppm) sulfites may be used.
More information can be found in "Organic Wine Labeling" at CCOF