You've probably tried organic vegetables—maybe even a box or two of organic mac & cheese. But have you explored the world of organic wines? Let us break it down for you.

What does organic wine mean?
"Organic Wines" have grapes grown without all the chemicals—synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides—and that all additional ingredients are also certified organic. Additionally, organic wines cannot have any added sulfites. That's mostly a good thing, except for that it slightly reduces the shelf-stability of your bottle.

Bottles labeled "made with organically grown grapes" indicate that the grapes are grown organically, but all other ingredients aren't necessarily. Sulfites are permitted up to a certain percentage.

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