“Natural Wine” is one of the hottest buzz concepts in the wine world today. Very simply, it is wine produced without chemicals and minimal technological intervention in the grape growing and winemaking. Although most is made organically and biodynamically, it differs in its winemaking and cellar practice. Nothing is added or removed during winemaking. Criteria include dry farming resulting in low yields; hand-harvested grapes only; no added sugars, foreign yeasts or bacteria; no acid adjustments; no additives for colour, mouth feel or minerality; minimal or no oak contact; minimal or no fining or filtration; no manipulation techniques to enhance flavour whatsoever, and minimal or no added sulfites.