Organic Wine: Organic wine is made from grapes grown in accordance with principles of organic farming, which typically exclude the use of artificial chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides. To be certified organic, a producer has to be approved by the USDA or a recognized third party certifier. The legal definition of organic wine varies from country to country. The primary difference in the way organic wine is defined relates to the use or non use of preservatives, specifically sulfur (sulfur dioxide, sulfites, and SO2) during the winemaking process. In the US, no additional sulfites may be added to any organic product, including wine. In the EU, added sulfites are allowed in organic wine and determined by the kind of wine. Most other wine-producing countries do not have their own standards for organic wine and observe the standards of the nation importing the wine.