Biodynamic grudge match failes to ignite
5 Dec 2011 by Richard Hemming
For two ideological adversaries, they seemed to agree on an awful lot. When they didn't, the essence of their conflict emerged - but those moments were sadly infrequent, and too much of the debate remained insipid. This was the Great Grape Debate , hosted by the WSET in London last week and discussed on this thread in our forum. The motion was 'That the UK wine trade should promote organic and biodynamic wines', and it featured Monty Waldin in the green corner, arguing for, and Richard Smart (pictured) in the red corner, arguing against. The protagonist began, setting out his primary arguments for...

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