Wine making falls into three categories: organic, biodynamic and natural. Organic wines are made of grapes that are organically farmed. This means, no artificial fertilizers, herbicides and harmful chemicals.
Biodynamic, on the other hand, is quite similar with organic, but taken to the extreme. In biodynamic farming, the farmers viewed the vineyard as a living ecosystem that can sustain on its own. Everything used to cultivate the vines are generated inside the vineyard. Still, no harmful chemicals involved.
Lastly, natural wines are made from grapes that are cultivated either organically or biodynamically. The main difference is the vinification process. Natural wines, during vinification, don’t use any artificial chemicals, nothing is added and removed from the grapes, unlike organic and biodynamic which used chemicals in their vinification process.