Natural wines are those obtained with the minimum possible intervention.
The process of making the wines, both in the cultivation of the vineyard and in the obtaining of the grapes and of course in the process of elaboration in the winery must be carried out without the use of chemicals.
However, natural wines are much more, they are a philosophy of creation and the love of a centuries-old profession focused on obtaining unique special aromas and flavors.
We must distinguish natural wines from organic wine, the latter is made with grapes from organic farming but could be made using techniques and additives within legal limits.
Although there is no legal definition, the various producers of natural wines present a cohesion in their style and philosophy of creating the wine. The defense of a less interventionist production when it comes to growing and making wine.