Decanter article by Simon Woolf

A growing number of winemakers are cutting back on sulfites in wine. Here's five wines with no added sulfur dioxide in the cellar, chosen by Simon Woolf.

 Sulfur dioxide – or ‘sulphur’ dioxide – is added to wines to prevent oxidisation and keep out harmful bacteria – but there’s a growing movement towards low sulfite wines, with some winemakers refusing to add any sulfur in the cellar.

As Simon Woolf explains in his Decanter feature, sulfites in wine: friend or foe, some sulfur dioxide will be present naturally in the winemaking process.

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