An organic wine, often called "organic wine" in everyday language, is a wine produced according to the principles of organic farming both in the vineyard and in the cellar. The name of "organic wine" has been regulated since 2012 by European specifications.
These wines must be produced without unnatural fertilizer and without chemical treatment other than those mentioned in the European specifications (sulfur and Bordeaux mixture). These non-GMO wines are produced respecting nature.
In France, control and certification activities are delegated to independent certification bodies approved by INAO (the National Institute of Appellations of Origin). Controls are annual and approval is signified by a logo on the label.
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