Natural wine sounds the same as organic, but there is a difference. The grapes are farmed organically or biodynamically, but once in the winery, there is minimal intervention. What this means is that there is often no grape pressing, no filtration or fining, no additions of yeast to help speed along fermentation or sulphur to help stabilise and kill bacteria. Grapes are left alone to do their thing and the result is an incredibly natural product, though often with a lot of bottle variation. The flavour profile is quite distinct too. Natural wine is not for everyone, but it has a huge following. See more here.