Where to find natural wine
Excellent French wines with no sulfites can be found in more and more areas. As of now: Ain, Arc de Triomphe, Austria, Bastille, Belleville, British Columbia, Brooklyn, Bruxelles, Bulgaria, Canada, Chatelet, China, Colorado, Columbia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Estonia, Europe, Finland, Flandre, Florida, France, Gare Saint Lazare, Geneve, Georgia, Grand Paris, Greece, Hamburg area, Hungary, Illinois, Ireland, Isle of Man, Japan, Kentucky, Latvia, Lithuania, London, Long Island, Lorraine, Los Angeles Ca2121121121212.1, Louisiana, Luberon, Luxembourg, Madeleine, Madrid, Malta, Manhattan, Maryland, Michigan, Mountain States, Netherlands, Nevada, New England, New Jersey, New York, New York City, New York City , New York City A%253d0, New York City A%3d0, New York City A=0, New York City Ehpitm%25252525253c, New York City Ehpitm%252525253c, New York City Ehpitm%2525253c, New York City Ehpitm%25253c, New York City Ehpitm%253c, New York City Ehpitm%3c, New York City Ehpitm<, New York City \ \, Niagara, North Carolina, Northern California, Norway, Paris, Pigalle, Poland, Portugal, Quartier Latin, Quebec, Region Sud, Region de Geneve, Republique, Rhineland, Rhode Island, Romania, Rome, Ruhr, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Southern California, Southern USA, Suisse, Sweden, Sydney, Tennessee, Tour Eiffel, USA, Virginia, Wales, Wallonie, Washington DC, Washington DC suburbs, Washington metropolitan area, upstate New York.
You may also contact the vigneron and ask him/her for shipping.
An article explains how to avoid sulfites in wine.