Some of the organic winegrowers go beyond the organic principles and opt for biodynamic wines without any addition to the wine process. In biodynamic winegrowing, all kinds of compost, infusions and preparations based on animal, vegetable or mineral are used to balance the vineyard. The interaction with the entire atmosphere plays a major role in this. The biodynamic winegrower also invests in strengthening the immunity of the plants, so that they can defend themselves.
These winegrowers are even stricter than the organic legislation for the other permitted additives. For example, lower levels of sulphite are allowed: 70 mg / l for red wine and 90 mg / l for white wine. This results in non-standardized wines, which can appeal to wine lovers.