'Isn't all wine organic?' This is one of the most common assumptions made about wine, and the answer is no, not even close. Wine grapes, like most agricultural products, are treated with chemicals to manage fungi, viruses, pests and other problems. Yet unlike many conventionally farmed products, wine grapes cannot be rinsed. Like it or not, the chemicals end up in your glass. Although many wineries in Italy practice organic farming, because of labeling regulations, identifying their products can be tricky. However, new European regulations are clearing up confusion and helping Italy continue to lead the way in the production of organic wines.