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I recently stumbled across this article: John Paull, Biodynamic agriculture: The journey from Koberwitz to the world, 1924-1938, Journal of Organic Systems, 6(1), 2011. I cannot say how accurate it is, but it certainly seems to give a good overview … Continue reading
This visit was organised as part of the 2012 Port Explorer’s Tour I introduced in an earlier post. If you are already wondering what Afros has to do with Port, congratulations for spotting that! Really the only relationship is that Vinho … Continue reading
Less than a week after wine lovers daarn saaf were enjoying RAW and The Natural Wine Fair, a few of us oop north were doing our bit to better understand what natural wines have to offer. My methodology was to ask Les Caves de … Continue reading
I have been sent a prototype wine glass for the Riedel Biodynamic range to be launched later this year. I can only presume that I was selected for this honour because I have blogged so much on biodynamic wine, but if they had … Continue reading
Just wanted to share a few links I came across recently on the UK Wine Forum. They are not new articles, but I found them interesting. If you are a regular reader of my blog, you will probably find them … Continue reading
This is intended as a short follow-up post to The roots of biodynamics, where I started off by saying that wine drinkers tend to think of biodynamic wine production as organic with bells and whistles. That may be true, but it is very much … Continue reading
Wine drinkers tend to think of biodynamic wine production as organic with bells and whistles: the bells of biodynamic preparations, and the whistles of a lunar calendar. Certainly that seems to be borne out by Demeter’s requirements for biodynamic certification, at least in the … Continue reading
But that should not be the question. It is all to easy to hang the biodynamic tag on a producer or a bottle of wine, and get into discussions about whether adoption of biodynamic winemaking has lead to improvements, or … Continue reading