Here you will find all our selection of Biodynamic wines, Natural wines, organic farming certified by well-known labels.
To be certified as organic wines, winegrowers cannot use chemical fertilisers, pesticides, fungicides, insecticides and GMOs.
The rules also cover winemaking:
— Restricted use of certain oenological additives
— Restriction and prohibition of certain physical processes
— Dose limitation of SO2 (Sulfre/Sulphites)
Organic wines are therefore healthy wines. But be careful some wine estates that do not have organic wine certification are more respectful than wine estates with a Label...
Organic wines should not be confused with natural wines (without the addition of So2) or biodynamic wines (Demeter or Biodyvin certification).

Biodynamics pushes the process even more, as winegrowers focus on soil life and plant rhythm, often modelled on the lunar calendar. They use herbal infusions, macerations and other natural products to energise and protect ceps from disease. In order to produce biodynamic wines, collage, filtration and chaptalisation are allowed, while the accepted sulphur and copper levels are lower than for organic wines. As with organic wines, there are different labels such as Demeter or Biodyvin, however before they can claim, winegrowers must be certified organic.

Finally, natural wines are part of a condensed nature of both practices while completely prohibiting all inputs and techniques that can modify juices. However, it is necessary to be vigilant because the term “nature” or “natural” is forbidden, so everyone can self-proclaim themselves as part of this mobility. Working with sulphur-free wines means being even more rigorous on hygiene in order to avoid possible deviations, however it is preferable to turn to winemakers whose reputation is no longer to be done in order to avoid unpleasant surprises.

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