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Raw Wines (also called Natural Wines): minimal chemical and technological intervention, both in growing grapes and making them into wine. They are defined by the additives they do not contain and by the processes that are not carried out regarding traditional winery making. Maximum sulfites contain 30ppm (broad criteria).

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Forbidden to use damaged or altered grapes, violent harvesting systems (machines), clarify with tannin or casein, excessive pressing and crushing, thermal processes without authorization, volatile acidity greater than 0.70 grams per liter, do not use whole natural cork stoppers.

The addition of sulfites is prohibited. Only a total content of fewer than 10 parts per million (ppm) of naturally generated sulfites is allowed. This is one of the main aspects what differentiates organic wines from “made with organic grapes” in which the sulfite content must be less than 100 ppm.

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The viticulture that is practiced to obtain biodynamic wines is basically to prioritize the health of the vineyard. Work in the vineyard and the cellar is governed by the lunar calendar. Total sulfites allowed is 100ppm.

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