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The thing that makes natural wine different from other types is often the low or zero use of sulphur dioxide, the use of which has become the norm in winemaking as it acts as both an antibiotic and an antioxidant.

Natural wine is not an accredited or legally defined term, but refers to a broad range of desirable practises both in the vineyard and the winery. These include the use of organic or biodynamic treatments to bring life to the soil, hand harvesting, no chapitalisation (added sugar to raise potential alcohol,) no added enzymes, natural wild yeasts, no added flavourings or adjustments (such as oak chips, tannin powder, acidification or de-aidification), low or zero use of sulphur dioxide through fermentation and elevage, no or very light filtration and fining and finally low or zero sulphur additions at bottling (understood to be less than 20ppm for white wine, 10ppm for red wine).

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    Alexandre Bain “Pierre Preciuse” 2015

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    Bera Vittoria Moscato D’Asti 2016

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    Bera, Barbera D’Asti Ronco Malo 2013

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    Bera, Barbera, Le Verrane 2016

  5. Nat / Org

    Chateau Cambon Beaujolais 2016

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    Clos du Gravillas Lo Vielh Carignan 2016

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    Clos du Gravillas Minervois L’Inattendu Blanc 2017

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    Clos du Gravillas Minervois Rendez-Vous Sur La Lune 2017

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    Clos du Gravillas Sous Les Cailloux Des Grillons 2017

  10. Nat / Lutte

    Colognole Chianti Rufina DOCG 2013

  11. Nat / Org / Bio

    Cos Frappato 2014

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    Cos Pithos Bianco 2013