Natural wine is all the rage, taking over whole neighborhoods and even countries, but what exactly is it?

Find out at Brooklyn’s first Raw Wine Fair this fall. The two-day festival will host more than 100 natural-wine growers, producers and sommeliers in Brooklyn from November 6-7. London and Berlin have also played hosts for the annual summit.

The festival, organized by France’s only Master of Wine Isabelle Legeron, is dedicated to the transparency of the wine industry and providing clarity to consumers all while promoting, natural, raw, organic, biodynamic and low-intervention wine.

This won’t be New York’s first natural-wine summit, however. The Big Glou’s first ever festival swished around this March in Brooklyn’s Wythe Hotel.

Tickets to Raw Wine are now available on its site.