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Biodynamic wines are made following the principles created by Rudolf Steiner in 1926, according to which the energy of life has to be used in production, aiming at a close relation between people and the planet.

An important characteristic of biodynamic wine is the specific method used for fertilising the vines. Generally, Demeter certifies biodynamic wine.

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It is difficult to determine whether a wine is natural or not, since every winery has its own approach. Some prioritise a holistic approach; others focus on a lifestyle or on a work philosophy.

In any case, calling a wine or sparkling wine natural implies a very low level or no added sulphites – sulphurous acid. You will find fruit and only fruit in the wine. The main work is carried out in the vineyard, not in the cellar.

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Organic wines are wines that don’t contain certain synthetic chemicals but might contain others, like sulphites.

Usually, they are certified by a local agency, the CCPAE in this case (Catalan Council of Organic Agricultural Production).

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