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A wine that only contains grapes is considered a natural wine. To speed up fermentation or enhance the taste, nothing, not even yeast, has been added to assist sugar fermentation. A natural wine vintner depends on the natural yeast present on the grapes’ skins to ferment the juice and convert the grapes into wine. There is nothing put into it, and there’s nothing taken out.

Natural wine is kept as untouched as possible, with grapes that have been grown without the use of any pesticides. To ensure the grapes are uncontaminated, a vineyard that produces natural wine will usually adhere to organic or biodynamic farming methods. Natural wines tend to be cloudy because they are not filtered or refined, unlike traditional wines. So, grab a glass, get cozy and share the experience of natural wines with friends.