Formerly common name for a wine quality, whose must (to increase alcohol content) not with sugar could be enriched. As an alternative, instead of "naturally pure" on the label, too Cabinet appear. Such wines were as Kreszenz designated. The terms "Cabinet", "Kreszenz" and "naturally pure" or combinations of words with them, according to German and Austrian wine law are no longer permitted and have been replaced by the predicate wine names such as Beerenauslese. Trockenbeerenauslese etc. (where a enrich is also not allowed) replaced. See also on the topic below natural wine,
Is there a natural wine without any additives or aids? Hardly a question is so often answered incorrectly or is most consumers do not realize that there is no wine that can be vinified without any additives or excipients. So a wine would be at least in color or taste is affected, or at worst spoil quickly and become inedible. Of course, there are wines that attempts among those greatly reduce the use, but certain means are indispensable. See on this topic Means in winemaking, However, certain agents / substances are clearly prohibited and are considered to be wine adulteration, There are limit values for certain substances; see under ADI (Acceptable Daily Intake).