Made with minimal chemical and technological intervention, both in growing grapes and making them into wine. The term is used to distinguish such wine from organic and biodynamic wine because of differences in cellar practices. All natural wines are farmed organically at a minimum and many growers are biodynamic in the vineyard as well. Strictly speaking, natural wines are wines that are produced without adding or removing anything during winemaking, although some growers add tiny quantities of sulphites at bottling. Due to the way the wine is produced, there may be more variation between wine batches. Although this does lead to more interesting flavours.