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Over the past two decades, more French winemakers have gone organic — a trend Magali Delmas says has been led by smaller producers.

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Magali Delmas in UCLA Newsroom: Evidence mounts that eco-friendly wine tastes bette

A new study by Magali Delmas, an environmental economist at UCLA Anderson School of Management, and Olivier Gergaud, an economist at the Kedge Business School in Bordeaux, France, found that organic wines are judged to be higher quality by experts — but that the difference is not just a matter of whether the wines came from organic or conventionally grown grapes.