It is often said that wine is made in the vineyard, as opposed to the winery. And many winemakers claim to let the grapes speak for themselves, to express their terroir, rather than follow a prescribed winemaking style that results in uniformity. Such a non-interventionist philosophy and practice applies above all to so-called natural wines, which are grown organically, without the use of artificial fertilizers and pesticides. While not all of the selections on GAYOT’s list of Top 10 Organic Wines are labeled as such, all are made with grapes grown organically or biodynamically. Can you taste what makes these wines special?