The latest launch from Grape-2-Wine has two of the key credentials for success in the current climate ­ it's New World and it's organic. Las Lomas Vinas Viejas is the result of a collaboration between Grape-2-Wine and winemaker Claudio Barria at the largest Chilean cooperative, CAV Cauquenes. The red wine has been made from the Pais grape variety believed to have been left by Spanish missionaries during the conquests of South America 400 years ago. These have been nurtured in the country's phylloxera free vineyards and in an organic environment. The wine is still waiting for EU organic certification but should go on the shelves at the end of the summer. The Co-op in the UK has already agreed to list it. Grape-2-Wine brands director Nicholas Ingham said: "We are actively looking at bringing in organic wines and we are working on an organic project with a winery in Bulgaria. "There is a degree of complacency in the wine industry about providing an organic option for consumers." This year he plans to bring in 5,000 cases, next year it will be 10,000. He said the volumes would grow because the Chileans are continuing to convert to organic. Vinas Viejas will retail at £5.49. {{DRINKS }}