We don’t have an answer for you. There are many biodynamic wine growers who make excellent wines, and some who make bad. Just like winemakers who use other methods. It is also quite difficult to get an understanding of what biodynamic farming really means, and add on the confusion between that and biological, ecological, organic, sustainable etc. Do you want to get a better understanding of biodynamic wine, then you should watch our mini video series in seven parts with an interview with wine maker Christine Saurel of Domaine Montirius in the southern Rhône valley. She explains how they came to be biodynamic and what it means. In plain language. And they also make excellent wines.
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