I agree with Andrew and Gabe that your blog post was a very enjoyable read. But I am still confused. The terms "natural" and "organic" are often thrown around to impress the prospective buyer. They are also used interchangeably, or even together. Organic growers use no chemical weed killers or chemical fungicides or pesticides. Their fertilizers are also not produced from fossil fuels and instead, they use composted manures. The main appeal to me is that of protection of the groundwater. It is, however, a very difficult system to adhere to. I won't go into the controversy as to the question of organically grown/produced being worth the extra cost or not.
Are the Harkham wines completely organic? Are they certified (if there is such a certification on the "island")? Or is the naturalness of their wines because they don't use sulfites?
Have your tried the Or HaGanuz Winery sulfite-free wine?