I wouldn't have thought a genetically modified tomato qualifies for organic production (under the various voluntary associations' codes which establish rules for these things). That said, I don't know for sure and am willing to learn more. If I'm wrong, I'm wrong.
But naive? I don't think so. I am talking about BT which unusually for a distillery gives a lot of production information to consumers. The labels on the new experimental bourbon series is an example, so is the fact BT has said it has two rye-recipe bourbon mashbills and which product falls within each, and so on. If BT suggests organic corn makes a difference I'll take it at face value unless I form my own opinion that it is just "advertising". We get Rain in our market and I'll try it soon and say.