Cathay Pacific introduces new organic wines in business class

Organic wines in Cathay Pacific business class
Organic wines in Cathay Pacific business class, Photo: Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific today introduced its new selection of organic wines, which will be served to business class passengers on most longhaul flights from August to October.

The idea behind the organic wines is that a healthy soil is used to produce high-quality fruits and that the soil should be treated as a living entity.

The four new wines are the following:

  • Château Maucoil Côtes du Rhône Villages 2014 France
  • Explorer Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014 New Zealand
  • Viña Las Niñas  Colchagua Valley 2014 Chile
  • Gemtree Bloodstone Shiraz McLaren Vale 2014 Australia

“Over the years, our wine and beverage team has been on the lookout for widely-acclaimed wines from different corners around the world, including organic wines. In fact, organic wines are embraced by many not just because of their organic nature, but also for their environmentally-friendly production. We are delighted to offer a great selection of organic wines on our flights, which truly meet the high standards of our discerning passengers. We hope that they will appreciate this promising collection, both for their flavour profiles and the care that has gone into making them”, explains Aaron Claxton, Head of Catering at Cathay Pacific.

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