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The term is used primarily in medicine and refers to procedures in which devices or catheters either do not penetrate the body (non-invasively) or to a lesser extent than usual (minimally invasive). Typically, the terms are used to emphasize the minor inconveniences and risks of certain procedures. In some cases, the terms "non-invasive", "minimalistic" or "low-tech" are also used in connection with the winemaking used. This should be expressed, especially with regard to the cellar techniques, that few interventions take place. These include minimal to no use of specific ones funds or a complete abandonment of certain procedures such as beautiful or filtration, This approach is especially often (but by no means exclusively) in the production of organic wines common. The goal is the, Wine as little physical stress as possible or the typicality from vine and terroir to emphasize. However, this can also apply to vineyard management, for example a minimal one pruning,

In brochures and on websites, this is often expressed as "as much as necessary, as little as possible" or even "controlled idleness". All work and measures in the vineyard during the Vegetatioonszyklus one finds below Weingarten Care, Complete listings of the numerous cellar techniques, as well as a list of wine regulated, sparkling wine and distillate types are under winemaking contain. Comprehensive information on wine law is available under the keyword wine law,

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