More and more wine consumers are looking for wines that are considered "Natural" these days. Although there is currently no strict definition or legal definition for "Natural Wines", these wines typically include one or more of the following attributes:
- Practicing Organic
- Biodynamic Farming
- No/Low Sulfites or Preservatives Added
Often, wineries are practicing standards that qualify as Organic, however they have not been certified as Organic. This is most often because the winery is currently waiting for certification, they are still adjusting practices to meet Organic standards, or they cannot afford the many fees required to become certified. Therefore, there is a great selection of organic and biodynamic wine that you wouldn't necessarily know by viewing the label. We have researched our wines are have a working list of products that fall under the standards most consumers look for when choosing a "Natural Wine".