Biodynamic grape growing, and wine making is becoming more accepted and practised in wine regions around the world. ‘Vegan” can also be included in this group, where fining and filtering is used with bentonite clay which contains no animal by-products. The practise of biodynamics always means the wines are organic – no herbicides or pesticides used, but with the addition of biodynamics, practising certain times of year to plant, harvest, and prune. While all biodynamic wines are organic, not all organic wines are biodynamic! However, included in this list are organic wines that use “hands-off” winemaking, with no extra sulphites added, other than the minimum amount for safe transport.