Biodynamics: The Ultimate Template for Terroir
Following the Moon and Stars to Quality
May 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Eighty years ago, when Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner presented a theory that combined homeopathic farming methods with natural phenomena his intent was to help recharge depleted soil quality, crops and the health of the livestock for agricultural purposes. Today, his theory has resurfaced, but this time as an alternative form of agriculture, including viticulture, called biodynamics. Biodynamics is the most extremely ideological form of farming. Instead of relying on chemical intervention,...
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