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Natural wine production massively reduces the amount of water usage traditionally found in wine-making. Traditional wine production requires vast amounts of water to irrigate the vineyards and process grapes. In contrast, natural wine production relies on dry farming techniques that allow the vines to thrive without irrigation.

Dry farming involves planting vines in soils that can hold water and nutrients, allowing them to grow deeper roots and access the water naturally present in the soil. This technique reduces water usage and improves the overall health of the vineyard.


The use of natural and organic farming techniques in natural wine production also benefits the water quality in the surrounding areas. Synthetic fertilizers and pesticides used in conventional farming can leach into groundwater and surface water, causing pollution and harm to aquatic life. Natural winemakers, on the other hand, use compost and other organic materials to nourish the soil and promote healthy vine growth. This approach reduces the risk of pollution and ensures that the water in the surrounding areas remains clean and safe.

water pouring out of a bottle
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